VICKSBURG: Grant's Campaign That Broke the Confederacy
In this fascinating history, Miller argues that the Vicksburg campaign ignited a social revolution in Mississippi and eastern Louisiana that culminated in the violent overthrow of plantation slavery. Drawing on original sources, he has created a richly revealing portrait of Ulysses S. Grant while narrating an enthralling story of the most significant military campaign of the Civil War. 16 pages of illus.
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