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Battle of Vicksburg

When was the Battle of Vicksburg?


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The Battle of Vicksburg took place in May and June of 1863; until the Confederate army surrendered Vicksburg on July 4.


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The Battle of Vicksburg began in May 1863

The Battle of Vicksburg started on May 18th 1863. The Battle of Vicksburg ended on July 4th 1863.

The Battle of Vicksburg is also called the Siege of Vicksburg

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The winner of the Battle of Vicksburg was Union General Ulysses Grant.

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The Battle of Vicksburg took place in mississippi.

Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi.

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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.

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