Warren County

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City of Vicksburg

Vicksburg National Military Park
National Park Service

Original Surrender Marker
ca. 1910-1920

Surrender Marker

Miscellaneous Statues around the Park

Photos courtesy Library of Congress

Related Links
Vicksburg National Military Park Home Page

Founded in 1820 and named
for the Reverand Newitt Vick.
Was originally site of
Spanish Ft. Nogales.  Later
was U.S. Ft. McHenry.  On
July 4, 1863 the city
surrendered to Gen. Grant."

"This Memorial Decicated
In Honor Of
All Who Served In
The 31st Infantry "Dixie" Division
By The James C. Davis Chapter
31st Infantry "Dixie" Division Association
Vicksburg, Mississippi
Organized 1917       Deactivated 1968
Erected May 2000 AD"


Korea and
Viet Nam

"Lest We Forget"

World War II
Downtown Vicksburg

Monument located on the esplanade on Monroe St. in Vicksburg.

Photos by Submitted by Kenneth and Jackie Rhodes

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