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One glitch in U.S. Grant’s campaign in the West during the Civil War was Vicksburg, Mississippi. After repeated attempts to take the city from the north had failed, Grant made a bold decision to attack from the south. It was very risky – in order to transport his army across the Mississippi (The groups marched over land to the south), he needed to send the armored gunboats. If Vicksburg was not taken, the gunboats would not be able to pass back, going up the current, and control of the vital Mississippi would be lost.