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With the Battle of Vicksburg, the South lost 40,000 solders which would be hard to replace. It opened up the Mississippi river to shipping by the North. That action caused the Northern Rail Roads to lower their rates. It also enabled the North to attack the South from more directions. The Battle of Gettysburg was more of a morale booster than of great military importance. True, it was both a strategic and tactical victory. Still, it did nothing to conquer the South. Yet, it was a fantastic morale booster. It showed that the great Lee was human. That he could be defeated. It showed that a small cavalry unit under Custer could defeat a larger unit under the great Jeb Stuart. With the right general, the South could be defeated. Source:
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