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    Fredericksburg and Chickasaw Bayou.  The Union strategic combination during the final months of 1862 met with defeat in Virginia and Mississippi.  The hard-won Union victory at Stones River was an invaluable boost to Northern morale.  It was not until 1864 that the Northern armies were able to execute another coordinated offensive.  Under Ulysses S. Grant's overall leadership, the 1864 movement spelled the beginning of the end for the Confederacy. 

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    Fredericksburg and Chickasaw Bayou.  The Union strategic combination during the final months of 1862 met with defeat in Virginia and Mississippi.  The hard-won Union victory at Stones River was an invaluable boost to Northern morale.  It was not until 1864 that the Northern armies were able to execute another coordinated offensive.  Under Ulysses S. Grant's overall leadership, the 1864 movement spelled the beginning of the end for the Confederacy. 

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