Vicksburg is a city in and county seat of Warren County in the state of Mississippi,
in the United States. It is located 234 miles (377 km) northwest of New Orleans on
the Mississippi and Yazoo rive...
Jackson, MS, the state capital, is about 40 miles due east of Vicksburg. The
smaller city of .... In the context of the American Civil War, the important city 40
miles east of Vicksburg, Mississippi, is Jackson. Capital of Mississippi and an
The city of Clinton MS is about 30 miles east. The capital, Jackson MS, is about
40 miles east. .... In the context of the American Civil War, the important city 40
miles east of Vicksburg, Mississippi, is Jackson. Capital of Mississippi and an ...
Facts about Battle Of Vicksburg (aka Siege Of Vicksburg), a major Civil War Battle
during .... The city of Vicksburg would not celebrate the Fourth of July as a holiday
... John Pemberton's troops at Champion's Hill, 25 miles east of Vicksburg, Grant
..... At 5:30, with a shrill Rebel yell, about 40 Texans (with several late Ala...
The May 16, 1863, fighting took place just 20 miles east of the river city, where
the ... He sent Major General William T. Sherman down river from Memphis, but
the ... forces in Mississippi at Jackson, the state capital, 40 miles east of
Vicksburg  is a city in Warren County, Mississippi, United States. ... on the
Mississippi and Yazoo rivers, and 40 miles (65 km) due west of Jackson, the state
capital. ... Vicksburg is most famous as the location of a 47 day siege during the ...
 in Jackson, about 50 miles east on I-20 (or a little more than 85 kilometers).
He intended to approach Vicksburg from the east to avoid the strong ... Johnston
was mustering troops in Jackson, 40 miles east of Vicksburg. ... With the threat
from the east neutralized, Grant sealed Vicksburg shut and laid siege to the city.
.... the light bulb and other important technologies by 1887, when he moved his.
May 1, 2006 ... The Mississippi had been the most important transport link in the United ... of the
free population lived in New Orleans, the biggest city in the Confederacy. ... After
Shiloh, Memphis was threatened by a Union army to the east and by .... at
Vicksburg and Johnston at Jackson, the state capitol, 40 miles inland.
Take Interstate 20 west to Vicksburg (approximately 40 miles). ... From the west
— Take Interstate 20 east to Vicksburg, Mississippi. ... Raised in 1964, the
restored city class gunboat offers visitors a unique opportunity to view the original
20 Cultural Landscape Report: Vicksburg National Military Park settlement .... city
and would become important in the campaign and siege. ... circa 1837–1838
about two and one-half miles east ... is 40 by 60 feet, containing nine rooms,