Ulysses S. Grant about war (“Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant”, 1885) - The enemy had been much demoralized by his defeats at Champion's Hill and the Big Black, and I believed he would not make much effort to hold Vicksburg.
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The enemy had been much demoralized by his defeats at Champion's Hill and the Big Black, and I believed he would not make much effort to hold Vicksburg.
 Ulysses S. GrantPersonal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant (1885). copy citation

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