How long did the Battle of Vicksburg last?


The Battle of Vicksburg or the Siege of Vicksburg only lasted for a couple of months. It started on May 18. 1863 and ended on July 4th, 1863. The commanders of this battle were Major General Ulysses S. Grant and Lieutenant General John C. Pemberton. The estimated causalities were 19,233.
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It lasted from May 18-July 4, 1863. The generals were Ulysses S. Grant for the Union, and he fought against troops from the Confederacy, led by Lt. Gen. John Pemberton.
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