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4. Just Rail.
1a. Rule 19.0 doesn't change 8.2, so no.
1b. It changes in that confederate supply can't cross a Union-controlled river (8.11) but this is independent of rule 19.0 being used or not.
2a. After the Union takes Fort St. Philip/Jackson, it will have control over the Mississipi and its tributaries up to New Madrid, MO, which includes the river passing through Little Rock, AR. So, Price wouldn't be able to move into Little Rock, AR.
Now let's suppose Union control is denied over that river location. Then, a move into Little Rock is possible and Price's corps would be able to reach Marshall, TX in one move if Union control of the river at Vicksburg is denied (the moves into Camden and Shreveport cost 1 due to the railhead at Monroe, LA, all the other moves cost 2). If the Mississipi at Vicksburg is in Union hands, then the moves to Camden and Shreveport would cost 2, and the Corps could only reach Shreveport, LA.
2b. Control of the coastal fort doesn't affect the distance a force can move, but only whether Union control over the Mississipi is denied or not. Riverine LOC by the Confederate can't happen if the river is Union controlled.
3. There are no inherent rails in the game.
4. 3 SPs at most can travel through roads in this case. As long the spaces traveled are friendly or neutral, it doesn't matter if the SPs use road, rail or both.
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