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 HQ in a Harper's Weekly picture. Henry Allen Butts, my great-grandfather was on Sherman's March to the Sea.

Sherman's March to the Sea is the name commonly given to the military Savannah Campaign in the American Civil War, conducted through Georgia from November 15 to December 21, 1864 by Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman of the Union Army. The campaign began with Sherman's troops leaving the captured city of Atlanta, Georgia, on November 15 and ended with the capture of the port of Savannah on December 21.

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General Sherman's March to the Sea

Extensive Resources on General Sherman's March to the Sea in the Civil War

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 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

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

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

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

Extensive Resources on General Sherman's March to the Sea in the Civil War

Georgia did not have many stately plantation houses like this before the war, and after General William T. Sherman’s March to the Sea, just a few were left standing. Shoulderbone Plantation is 8 miles west of the little town of Sparta (in middle Georgia ), and escaped destruction somehow. It stands today “frozen in time.”

Shoulderbone Plantation is 8 miles west of the little town of Sparta (in middle Georgia ), and escaped destruction somehow. It stands today “frozen in time.

The Civil War. A Film by Ken Burns - plans, activities, and time notations to find specific parts of the movie

The Civil War. A Film by Ken Burns - plans, activities, and time notations to find specific parts of the movie - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Columbia, SC, Main Street after Sherman’s March (1865)

Columbia, SC Main Street after Sherman’s March Photos, South Carolina SC - petty much leveled the city in that unpleasent mess called the Civil war.

Read Harpers Magazine original coverage of Sherman's conquest of Savannah, published in January 1865  #CivilWar at 150

Read Harpers Magazine original coverage of Sherman's conquest of Savannah, published in January 1865 at 150

Sherman's March to the Sea - Towards the end of the war, General Sherman marched from Savannah through the middle of South Carolina. His goal was to get into Virginia and help General Grant defeat Lee's army. This is the first time the war hit the midlands. They stripped plantations, foraged for supplies, and anything they couldn't use they destroyed, such as roads, bridges, and railroads. The goal was to destroy their will. The resentment towards the North lasted for generations.

Sherman's March to the Sea - Towards the end of the war, General Sherman marched from Savannah through the middle of South Carolina. His goal was to get into Virginia and help General Grant defeat Lee's army. This is the first time the war hit the midlands. They stripped plantations, foraged for supplies, and anything they couldn't use they destroyed, such as roads, bridges, and railroads. The goal was to destroy their will. The resentment towards the North lasted for generations.

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