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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Tecumseh_Sherman

William Tecumseh Sherman (February 8, 1820 – February 14, 1891) was an American soldier, businessman, educator, and author. He served as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War (1861–65), for which he received recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy as well as criticism for ...

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William Tecumseh Sherman, although not a career military commander before the war, would become one of "the most widely renowned of the Union's military leaders next to U. S. Grant.” Sherman, one of eleven children, was born into a distinguished family. His father had served on the Supreme Court of Ohio until his  ...

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Perhaps the greatest tribute to William T. Sherman was paid by his old Civil War opponent Joe Johnston, who had fought him in Georgia and had signed with him an armistice after the Battle of Bentonville in April 1865. The two became friends. General Johnston attended Sherman's funeral in New York in 1891, stood in the  ...

www.britannica.com/biography/William-Tecumseh-Sherman

6 days ago ... The Union war effort was not proceeding well in the east, and Sherman's capture of Atlanta was a much-needed victory that restored Northern morale and helped ensure Lincoln's reelection that November. Sherman, William T.: Sherman and his staffGeneral William Tecumseh Sherman and staff (from left to ...

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Jan 5, 2017 ... On Biography.com, find out how William T. Sherman nearly ruined his career only to find redemption at the Battle of Shiloh and become one of the Civil War's greatest generals.

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Perhaps best known for his 1864 “March to the Sea,” William Tecumseh “Cump” Sherman (1820–1891) was born in Lancaster, Ohio. He was one of eleven children born to Charles and Mary Sherman but was raised in the family of influential politician Thomas Ewing following the death of his father. Sherman graduated from ...

www.loc.gov/collections/william-t-sherman-papers/about-this-collection

The papers of General William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891) span the years 1810-1897, with the bulk of the material originating between 1848 and 1891. They consist of approximately 18000 items, most digitally scanned from 51 microfilm reels, although some correspondence and other materials in the Addition series ...

www.aboutnorthgeorgia.com/ang/William_Tecumseh_Sherman

William Tecumseh Sherman was long hated by the people of northwest Georgia for his actions during the Atlanta Campaign. This biography ... William T. Sherman. If the question was asked, "Who was and still is the most hated and despised man in the history of Georgia" the response would be William Tecumseh Sherman.

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William T. Sherman's First Campaign of Destruction. Roughly seven months after the fall of Vicksburg, Major General William Tecumseh Sherman took his army across central Mississippi, intent on undermining that region's ability to wage war. His military target was the rail center of Meridian, but Sherman's troops tore up ...