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" The evacuation of Vicksburg! It meant the loss of the valuable stores and munitions of war collected for its defence; the fall of Port Hudson; the surrender of the Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy. "
General Johnston - Page 189
by Robert Morton Hughes - 1893 - 353 pages
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Southern History of the War: The Third Year of the War

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1865 - 391 pages
...northeast." It was a grave order. It commanded the surrender of valuable stores and munitions of war ; the surrender of the Mississippi river ; and the severance of the Confederacy. But Johnston had presented to his mind a given alternative: that of the loss of Vicksburg, and that...
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History of the American Civil War: Containing the events from the ...

John William Draper - United States - 1870
...orders of his superior. He saw clearly what the evacuation meant. "The evacuation ofVicksburg means the loss of the valuable stores and munitions of war collected for its defense ; ma reluctance to the fall of Port Hudson ; the surrender of the .,,, ., ™>urg. Mississippi River....
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Narrative of Military Operations, Directed, During the Late War Between the ...

Joseph Eggleston Johnston - United States - 1874 - 602 pages
...been defeated. Lieutenant-General Pemberton comments thus on my order to him to evacuate Vicksburg : " The evacuation of Vicksburg ! It meant the loss of...Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy." ' Before the 18th of May, when General Pemberton received the order referred to — indeed, before...
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Narrative of Military Operations, Directed, During the Late War Between the ...

Joseph Eggleston Johnston - United States - 1874 - 602 pages
...been defeated. Lieutenant-General Pemberton comments thus on my order to him to evacuate Vicksburg : " The evacuation of Vicksburg ! It meant the loss of...Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy." ' Before the 18th of May, when General Pemberton received the order referred to — indeed, before...
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NARRATIVE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS, DESCRIBED, DURING THE LATE WAR BETWEEN THE ...

JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON - 1874
...been defeated. Lieutenant-General Pemberton comments thus on my order to him to evacuate Vicksburg : " The evacuation of Vicksburg ! It meant the loss of...Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy." * Before the 18th of May, when General Pemberton received the order referred to- — indeed, before...
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The Mississippi

Francis Vinton Greene - Mississippi River - 1881 - 276 pages
...received by Pemberton at noon of the 18th. On reading it he was fairly aghast. He says in his report : " The evacuation of Vicksburg ! It meant the loss of...valuable stores and munitions of war collected for its defence, the fall of Port Hudson, the surrender of the Mississippi River, and the severance of the...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - Confederate States of America - 1881
...and its dependencies, and march to the northeast." Pemberton, in his report, remarks : "This meant the fall of Port Hudson, the surrender of the Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy." He recurs to a former correspondence with myself in which he had suggested the possibility of the investment...
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The rise and fall of the Confederate government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - Confederate States of America - 1881
...and its dependencies, and inarch to the northeast." Pemberton, in his report, remarks : "This meant the fall of Port Hudson, the surrender of the Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy." He recurs to a former correspondence with myself in which he had suggested the possibility of the investment...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - Confederate States of America - 1881
...and its dependencies, and march to the northeast." Pemberton, in his report, remarks : "This meant the fall of Port Hudson, the surrender of the Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy." He recurs to a former correspondence with myself in which he had suggested the possibility of the investment...
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THE VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN

SAM. ROCKWELL REED - 1882
...en$ mv was reported to be advancing by the Jackson road. But of the propriety of this order he says: The evacuation of Vicksburg! It meant the loss of...Mississippi River, and the severance of the Confederacy. POLLARD says that PEMBERTON had confidential instructions from President DAVIS, upon which he disobeyed...
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