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    Corinth, Mississippi.  Ulysses S. Grant and the senior Union commanders were fairly convinced that Albert Sidney Johnston's Confederates would stay largely in their positions around the strategic rail hub at Corinth, MS.  Johnston, as history shows, took to the offensive, just when the Union forces were least expecting it.

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    Corinth, Mississippi.  Ulysses S. Grant and the senior Union commanders were fairly convinced that Albert Sidney Johnston's Confederates would stay largely in their positions around the strategic rail hub at Corinth, MS.  Johnston, as history shows, took to the offensive, just when the Union forces were least expecting it.

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