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Vicksburg Campaign


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Michael B. Ballard. Vicksburg: The Campaign that Opened the Mississippi. UNC Press. 2004. 490pp.

Samuel Carter. The Final Fortress: The Campaign for Vicksburg, 1862-1863. St. Martin's Press. 1980. 354pp.

Shelby Foote. The Beleaguered City: The Vicksburg Campaign, December 1862 -- July 1863. Random House. 1995. 347pp.

Leonard Fullenkamp; Stephen Bowman; Jay Luvaas (editor). Guide to the Vicksburg Campaign. University Press of Kansas. 1998. 482pp.

Warren Grabau. Ninety-Eight Days: A Geographer's View of the Vicksburg Campaign. University of Tennessee Press. 2000. 687pp. In conjuction with the United States Civil War Center.

A. A. Hoehling. Vicksburg: 47 Days of Siege. Stackpole Books. 1996. 386pp.

David Martin. Vicksburg Campaign: April 1862 -- July 1863. Da Capo Press. 2002. 240pp.

Allan C. Richard, Jr.; Mary Margaret Higginbotham Richard. The Defense of Vicksburg: A Louisiana Chronicle. Texas A&M University Press. 2004. 325pp.

Duane P. Schultz. The Most Glorious Fourth: Vicksburg and Gettysburg, July 4, 1863. W. W. Norton & Company. 2002. 447pp.

William L. Shea; Terrence J. Winschel. Vicksburg Is the Key: The Struggle for the Mississippi River. University of Nebraska Press. 2005. 233pp.

Timothy B. Smith. Champion Hill: Decisive Battle for Vicksburg. Savas-Beatie. 2004. 502pp.

Phillip M. Thienel. Seven Story Mountain: The Union Campaign at Vicksburg. McFarland. 1998. 277pp.

Christopher Waldrep. Vicksburg's Long Shadow: The Civil War Legacy of Race and Remembrance. Rowman & Littlefield. 2005. 344pp.

Terrence J Winschel. Triumph & Defeat: The Vicksburg Campaign. Savas. 1999. 219pp.

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