The Siege of Vicksburg was fought in the vicinity of Vicksburg, MS.
20,000 people fought during the battle of Vicksburg
The battle of Vicksburg was fought over the Mississippi river. The river was a large area for trade.
Vicksburg, Mississippi, is the answer.
Vicksburg, Mississippi was he site of the siege.
Not to count the Battle of Gettysburg, which was fought and concluded one day before the surrendering of Vicksburg, the major battle fought after was that of Chickamauga, on Sept. 19-20, 1863.
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The Siege of Vicksburg took place around Vicksburg, Mississippi. To my knowledge, there was no Battle of Vetsburg.
It was fought over control of the Mississippi River.
No, the Battle of Shiloh was fought April 6 and 7, 1862, while the Battle of Vicksburg and battles leading to it, were fought mostly in May to July 4, 1863.
The Battle of Champion's Hill was fought before the Battle of Vicksburg, on May 16,1863. It was a decisive Union victory, that drove Pemberton's Confederate Army back toward Vicksburg.
The Siege of Vicksburg took place from late May to early July, 1863.
The Battle of Vicksburg lasted for 47 days. It was fought on May 18 - July 4, 1863.
They fought on Warren county in Mississippi
By capturing Vicksburg, Grant closed the Mississippi to Southern traffic and opened it to northern communications.
To liberate the Mississippi and destroy the Confederate army in the West.
Answer The Battle of Champion's Hill, just east of Vicksburg, was fought on 16 May 1863. This battle was fought out in the open and was a set-back for the Confederates. This forced them to return to the defenses of Vicksburg, which began the siege. The siege ended when General Pemberton surrendered Vicksburg on 3 July.
It Was fought between the noth and south. the north was ulysses.s. Grant and the south. was Robeert E. Lee
Vicksburg is in Mississippi.
The battle of Gettysburg was fought and won by the Union, the battle of Vicksburg ended on July 4th,
The Siege of Vicksburg was about six weeks long; it covered about 2.7 square miles, and it was fought about who would control the navogation of the Mississippi River.
New Orleans, Shiloh, and Vicksburg