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Here are a few lines from Admiral Porter's official dispatch concerning the U.S. Navy's efforts at Vicksburg:

"We have taken over twenty-seven thousand prisoners, besides about four thousand non-combatants, one hundred and two field pieces, thirty seige guns, fifty-thousand stand of arms, ammunition, locomotives, cars, a few stores, and fifty-seven stand of colors... Fourteen brigadier generals, one hundred and thirty colonels..."

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The Victory at Vicksburg (Harper's Weekly, 1863)

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