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(3-96) Confederate Salient Works on Hall's Ferry Road near Confederate Ave
 
Site Marker
C.S. Cumming's Brigade: Stevenson's Division; Army of Vicksburg. Two pieces of artillery, kind and caliber unknown, were served in this work from May 18 to the end of the defense, July 4, 1863. Probably by a detachment of either Guibor's, Landis, or Wade's Battery

 

(3-96) Confederate Avenue (outside Vicksburg National Military Park)
 
Site Marker:
C.S. Company C. Pointe Coupee Artillery: Stevenson's Division: Army of Vicksburg. Capt. Alexander Chust. The company was engaged in the Battle of Champion's Hill, May 16, attached to Loring's Division. At the close of that battle it fell back with the army to Vicksburg and served two 6-pounder guns and two 12-pounder howitzers in this position from May 18 to the end of the defense, July 4, 1863

     
 

(3-96) Iowa Avenue, south of Confederate Avenue

Site Marker:
C.S. Company B. 22d Louisiana: River Batteries: Army of Vicksburg. Capt. J. P. Morlot. A detachment of the company under Lieut. George H. Tardy served one 6-pounder gun in this position from May 18 to the end of the defense, July 4, 1863

 

(3-96) Iowa Avenue, south of Confederate Avenue
 
Site Marker:
C.S. Confederate Line. 41st Georgia

    

(3-97) Headquarters of Confederate Maj. General Martin L. Smith. Vicksburg Fire Department Sub-Station, north of the Old Court House Museum

(3-2011) Enlarge Castle Hill. Southeast of the main Vicksburg fire station, view looking west

     

Castle Hill, circa 1863. Note the Union soldiers camped on the lawn
 
Photo courtesy of Old Court House Museum Collections, Vicksburg, MS

 

(3-96) Looking north on Fort Hill Drive (wartime Yazoo City Road) at crossing of Glass Bayou

     
   
(3-05) Enlarge Glass Bayou Bridge    

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