Cover

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Title Page, Copyright Page

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Contents

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p. vii

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Introduction - Timothy B. Smith

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pp. ix-xxii

John S. Kountz was a happy man that August of 1895. He had seemingly reached the top of both his profession and avocation, he being a successful business owner in Toledo, Ohio, as well as a revered old veteran of the Civil War....

Part I: Campaign Overview

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“A Narrative of the Campaign, Siege, and Defense of Vicksburg, March 9–July 4, 1863” - John S. Kountz

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pp. 3-96

The purpose of the following pages is briefly to present, in the form of a connected narrative, the events of the campaign and siege that resulted in the capture of Vicksburg...

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Part II: Record of the Organizations

The Vicksburg campaign opened March 29, 1863, with General Grant's order for the advance of General. Osterhaus' division from Millikens Bend, and closed July 4, 1863, with the surrender of Pemberton's army and the city of Vicksburg. Its course was determined by General...

John S. Kountz

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pp. 99-170

Notes

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pp. 171-186