Sherman's March to the Sea is the name commonly given to the military
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Sherman's March to the Sea Map. Sherman wanted to keep his movements as
secret as possible; he cut telegraph lines to prevent intelligence reports from ...
Relief shown by hachures. Title from cover. Gift; Ransom Post no. 131, Grand
Army of the Republic, St. Louis, Mo.; September 1933. Pen and ink and colored
The purpose of this “March to the Sea” was to frighten Georgia's civilian
population into abandoning the Confederate cause. Sherman's soldiers did not
March. After capturing Atlanta Sept. 2, 1864, Union Gen. William T. Sherman
lobbied his superiors for permission to cut across Georgia to deep water ... The
small action was the only real fighting done during the March to the Sea. ... Road
After the fall of Atlanta, Gen. William T. Sherman set his sights on Savannah. After
months of planning, he wrote to his superior and mentor Gen. Ulysses S.
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You Found It! Extensive Resources on General Sherman's March to the Sea in
the Civil War. ... MAP SHOWING SHERMAN'S MARCH TO SEA. "Remove your ...
A Southern woman's account of Sherman's March to the Sea. ... Atlanta fell to
Sherman's Army in early September 1864. He devoted the next few weeks to ...
Sherman's March to the Sea The destruction spanned more than sixty miles in
width and virtually cut the South in two, disabling the flow of supplies to the ...