Ulysses S. Grant continues his relentless siege, and he also finds time to finally remove a troublesome commander.
Ulysses S. Grant resolves to send his Federals against the Confederate defenses outside Vicksburg once more.
Ulysses S. Grant’s Federals rout Confederates under John C. Pemberton and send them fleeing into the defenses outside Vicksburg.
Ulysses S. Grant’s Federals try pushing inland from the Mississippi River to gain a foothold on the ground south of Vicksburg. Confederates block their advance at Port Gibson.
Ulysses S. Grant assembles his Federal troops at Milliken’s Bend as David D. Porter prepares to pass the Vicksburg batteries with his Mississippi River Squadron.
A Federal army-navy expeditionary force struggles to get through Yazoo Pass in an effort to get at the Confederate stronghold of Vicksburg, Mississippi.