The Port Hudson Campaign, 1862--1863

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The determination with which the Confederate garrison of Port Hudson, Louisiana, held out - for seven weeks, fewer than five thousand Confederate troops fended off almost thirty thousand Yankees - makes it one of the most interesting campaigns of the Civil War. It was, in fact, the longest siege in United States military history. In The Port Hudson Campaign, 1862-1863, Edward Cunningham tells for the first time the complete story of the Union operation against this Confederate stronghold on the Lower Mississippi. The ...

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The Port Hudson Campaign, 1862--1863
1994, LSU Press, Baton Rouge

ISBN-13: 9780807119259

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