Sherman's March was the last battle of the Civil War. Description from xtimeline.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sherman's March was the last battle of the Civil War. Description from xtimeline.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

This picture shows General Sherman and his generals together. Sherman's March to Sea began in Atlanta on November 15th, 1864 and ended in Savannah on December 21, 1864.  After leaving Atlanta on November 16th, he went on a campaign which ended with the overtaking of Savannah on December 21st. Sherman had nearly 100,000 men at the beginning of his

This picture shows General Sherman and his generals together. Sherman's March to Sea began in Atlanta on November 15th, 1864 and ended in Savannah on December 21, 1864. After leaving Atlanta on November 16th, he went on a campaign which ended with the overtaking of Savannah on December 21st. Sherman had nearly 100,000 men at the beginning of his

9/7/1864  Atlanta is evacuated http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/atlanta-is-evacuated

9/7/1864 Atlanta is evacuated http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/atlanta-is-evacuated

The Civilian War explores home front encounters between elite Confederate women and Union soldiers during Sherman's March, a campaign that put women at the center of a Union army operation for the fir

The Civilian War: Confederate Women and Union Soldiers During Sherman's March (Hardcover)

The Civilian War explores home front encounters between elite Confederate women and Union soldiers during Sherman's March, a campaign that put women at the center of a Union army operation for the fir

This is a great source of information and images, both original and digital, about Sherman's March to The Sea.  Many people, specifically from the South, have very pointed opinions about Sherman.  Only some of these ideas are based on facts however.  This article is relevant to the study of Georgia History because it accurately explains many of the reasons why Sherman conducted his ruthless march in the manner that he did.

This is a great source of information and images, both original and digital, about Sherman's March to The Sea. Many people, specifically from the South, have very pointed opinions about Sherman. Only some of these ideas are based on facts however. This article is relevant to the study of Georgia History because it accurately explains many of the reasons why Sherman conducted his ruthless march in the manner that he did.

Savannah Campaign - Sherman's March to the Sea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Savannah Campaign - Sherman's March to the Sea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sherman's March: 150 years later - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/shermans-march-150-years-later.html

Sherman's March: 150 years later - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/shermans-march-150-years-later.html

General William T. Sherman led over 60,000 soldiers on a march which extended to 285 miles long, stretching from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia. This event was held from November 15th till December 21,1864. The reason for this march was to make Georgia's population nervous and end up leaving the allied cause. They burned down houses and stole goods from people who were bold enough to fight back.

General William T. Sherman led over 60,000 soldiers on a march which extended to 285 miles long, stretching from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia. This event was held from November 15th till December 21,1864. The reason for this march was to make Georgia's population nervous and end up leaving the allied cause. They burned down houses and stole goods from people who were bold enough to fight back.

Sherman's March to the Sea is often depicted as a campaign of wanton violence and destruction.

Rethinking Sherman's March

Sherman's March to the Sea is often depicted as a campaign of wanton violence and destruction.

SHEET MUSIC.- CIVIL WAR  SHERMANS MARCH TO THE SEA

SHEET MUSIC.- CIVIL WAR SHERMANS MARCH TO THE SEA

▶ The Conquerors - Episode 8: Sherman's March to the Sea (History Documentary) - YouTube

▶ The Conquerors - Episode 8: Sherman's March to the Sea (History Documentary) - YouTube

This video depicts Sherman's march to sea and the brutality of the event that occured from November 15, 1864 to December 21, 1864

This video depicts Sherman's march to sea and the brutality of the event that occured from November 15, 1864 to December 21, 1864

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