When the Civil War began, control of the Mississippi River was the Confederacy's most important asset. For more than two years, 200, 000 soldiers fought over a 500-mile stretch of the waterway--the longest battlefield in American history. Here is the first comprehensive account of the campaign for the entire Mississippi River. Illustrated.A History and Tour Guide to the Campaign for the Mississippi River Jim Miles ... bayou routes, 297-314; Williamsa#39;s Canal, 298-302; Lake Providence Canal, 302- 04; Yazoo Pass expedition, 300-07; ... 344-45; 343, 344, 346 Griffith, Joseph, 419 Grimes, James W., 102 Grindstone Ford, 354, 356, 378 Groome, Fannie, 442anbsp;...
|Title||:||A River Unvexed|
|Publisher||:||Cumberland House - 1994|