• View from Battery DeGolyer

    Vicksburg

    National Military Park Mississippi

2d Missouri Cavalry

No Marker Placed

No Marker Placed

3 February - 10 April 1863 (Yazoo Pass Expedition) - This unit was attached as an unbrigaded regiment of Maj. William Wing Loring's Confederate Forces, Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton's Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and commanded by Col. Robert McCulloch. During the rest of the Campaign and Siege of Vicksburg, it was attached to Col. Robert McCulloch's 1st Brigade, of Brig. Gen. James R. Chalmers' 5th Military District (headquartered at Panola, MS), Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's Department of the West, and commanded by Maj. R. A. McCulloch and Capt. P. M. Savery. [Refer to Edwin Bearss' The Vicksburg Campaign, Volume I, page 594; Volume II, page 250; and Volume III, page 1144.]

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Vicksburg National Military Park is one of the most heavily monumented parks in the world with over 1330 monuments, markers, tablets, and plaques. The beauty and artistry of its monumentation prompted one Civil War veteran to call Vicksburg National Military Park, "the art park of the world."