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  1. Memoirs of Gen. William T. ShermanVolume 1 by William T. ( Tecumseh) Sherman, 2004-06-01
  2. The March to the Sea and Beyond: Sherman's Troops in the Savannah and Carolinas Campaigns by Joseph T. Glatthaar, 1995-10
  3. Travel Accounts of General William T. Sherman to Spokan Falls, Washington Territory, in the Summers of 1877 and 1883 by William T. Sherman, P. H. Sheridan, 1984-06
  4. Memoirs of General William T. Sherman By Himself (Civil War Centennial Series.) by William Tecumseh Sherman, 1972-11-22
  5. The White Tecumseh: A Biography of General William T. Sherman by Stanley P. Hirshson, 1997-04-09
  6. Sherman's March: The First Full-Length Narrative of General William T. Sherman's Devastating March through Georgia and the Carolinas by Burke Davis, 1988-05-12
  7. Memoirs of General William T Sherman: Shiloh, Vicksburg, and the March to the Sea by William T Sherman, 2009-05-22
  8. The Triangle Histories of the Civil War: Leaders - William T. Sherman by David C. King, 2002-05-08
  9. William T. Sherman (Great American Generals) by Marsha Landreth, 1990-11
  10. War Is Hell! Sherman in Georgia by William T. Sherman, 1974-06
  11. Sherman: Merchant of Terror, Advocate of Peace by Charles Vetter Ph.D., 1992-01-31
  12. Atlanta Will Fall: Sherman, Joe Johnston, and the Yankee Heavy Battalions (American Crisis Series) by Stephen Davis, 2001-04-01
  13. Citizen Sherman:: A Life of William Tecumseh Sherman (Modern War Studies) by Michael Fellman, 1995-07-10
  14. General Sherman's Christmas: Savannah, 1864 by Stanley Weintraub, 2009-11-01

21. Sherman, William T
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22. William Tecumseh Sherman | LibraryThing
Author of Memoirs of General W.T. Sherman (Library of America) Also known as W.T. Sherman, W. T. Sherman, William T. Sherman, William Tecumseh Sherman

23. Project Gutenberg Titles By William T. Sherman (Sherman, William T. (William Tec
Project Gutenberg Titles by William T. Sherman (Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 18201891), William

24. Sherman, William T. - Ohio History Central
Image Details. This image shows General Sherman and his staff circa 1860 1865. Seated from left to right are Generals Logan, Sherman, and Slocum.

25. Ohio History Central - Sherman, William T. (6)
Image Title Sherman, William T. (6) Source National Archives and Records Administration Number NAIL Control Number NWDNS111-B-5249

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29. Bibliography Of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman
Author Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 18201891. Title General W.T. Sherman as college president; a collection of letters, documents, and other material, chiefly from
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From the California State Library System Author: Athearn, Robert G.
Title: William Tecumseh Sherman and the settlement of the West. [1st ed.] Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1956]
Description: xix, 371 p. illus., ports., maps. 25 cm.
Author: Barrett, John Gilchrist.
Title: Sherman's march through the Carolinas. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1956.
Description: viii, 325 p. maps (on lining papers) 24 cm.
Author: Bass, Cynthia.
Title: Sherman's march / Cynthia Bass. 1st ed. New York : Villard Books, 1994.
Description: 228 p. : map ; 22 cm.

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31. William Tecumseh Sherman Biography (Military Leader/Civil War Figure) — Infopl
Biography of William Tecumseh Sherman, Union general who said, War is hell.
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    Military Leader / Civil War Figure Born: 8 February 1820 Died: 14 February 1891 Birthplace: Lancaster, Ohio Best known as: Union general who said, "War is hell." William Tecumseh Sherman is the U.S. Civil War general who famously said, "war is hell" and proved it with a destructive campaign through the South that burned the cities of Atlanta, Georgia and Columbia, South Carolina. A graduate of the military academy at West Point (1840), Sherman served without distinction during the Mexican War and, as a young lieutenant, was sent by President James Polk to report on California's gold rush (1847). Sherman left the military in 1853 and tried unsuccessfully to build a career in banking in California and law in Kansas before becoming the superintendent of the Louisiana Military Seminary (the forerunner of Louisiana State University). After the South seceded, he returned to the army in 1861 as a colonel and went on to participate in some of the Civil War's biggest campaigns, including Bull Run, Shiloh, Vicksburg and Chattanooga. In the spring of 1864 Sherman, who commanded the Union armies of the Cumberland, the Tennessee and the Ohio, began a spectacular drive against the armies of General Joseph E. Johnston that ended with the Union occupation of Atlanta. Sherman ordered the city evacuated and razed, part of his strategy to economically cripple and psychologically intimidate the rebels. After the Atlanta campaign he began his "March to the Sea," a property-destroying drive that began in November and ended with the occupation of Savannah on 21 December (his "Christmas present" to President

32. William T. Sherman And The Gold Rush - 1848
Sherman, as an Army lieutenant, tours the gold fields and describes the early discovery of gold
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33. (CIVIL WAR.) SHERMAN, WILLIAM T. Signature, "W
Lot(CIVIL WAR.) SHERMAN, WILLIAM T. Signature, W, Lot Number2077040, Starting Bid$150, AuctioneerSwann Galleries, Inc., AuctionSwann Auction Galleries 2077, Date930 AM

34. Notre Dame Archives Inventory: SHR
Origination Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 18201891. Extent 20 linear feet. 15 reels of microfilm. 2 linear feet of photographs. 11 linear feet of printed material.
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35. Sherman, William T. Quote - I Would Define True Courage To Be A Perfect Sensibil
Famous quote by Sherman, William T. I would define true courage to be a perfect sensibility of the measure of danger, and a mental willingness to endure it. on Quotations Book

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Home page of the Museum of the City of San Francisco, with exhibits about the 1906 earthquake, California Gold Rush, internment of the Japanese during World War II
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This Site: Civil War Harper's Weekly Civil War Battles Confederate Generals ... General Sherman's Memoirs Sherman, William Tecumseh , military officer ; born in Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 8, 1820; graduated at West Point in 1840. His father died in 1829, when he was adopted by Thomas Ewing, whose daughter Ellen he married in 1850. He served in the Seminole War , and in September, 1850, was made commissary, with the rank of captain. In 1853 he resigned, became a broker in California , and, practicing law for a while in Kansas, was made superintendent of a new military academy established by the State of Louisiana . When the convention of that State passed the ordinance of secession, Captain Sherman resigned; was made colonel of United States infantry in May, 1861;
General William T. Sherman
and commanded a brigade at the battle of Bull Run , having been made brigadier-general of volunteers in May. In October, 1861,he succeeded General Anderson in the command of the Department of Kentucky. The Secretary of War asked him how many men he should require. He answered, " Sixty thousand to drive the enemy from Kentucky, and 200,000 to finish the war in this section." This estimate seemed so wild that he was reputed to be insane, and was relieved of his command; General William T. Sherman on Horseback

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History, travel and adventure in the mountains of North Georgia. Biographies, interesting places, state parks. We are what north Georgia's about!
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Little more than a skirmish, the Battle of Davis Crossroads gave William S. Rosecrans his first inkling of what lay ahead in the northwest corner of Georgia and the coming battle with Braxton Bragg
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W. T. Sherman Biography and Reader's Poll William Tecumseh Sherman AKA That Sherman fellow, spit William Tecumseh Sherman was born on a cold day, February 8th, 1820, in
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William Tecumseh Sherman was born on a cold day, February 8th, 1820, in Lancaster Ohio. His middle name comes from the name of an Indian chief who had led a battle against a nearby village, and burned it down. He graduated from West Point, head of his class. He went on to become the superintendant of Luisiana Millitary Acadamy, which became LSU. In 1861, he was given charge of the Ohio brigade of the US army. He stated that 200,000 men would be needed to fight in that region. Several newspapers said that he was crazy, and he was thereby fired from that position. Later, he was proven right, but he did not recieve any apologies. He later rejoined the army and was given the rank of private. He was put in the front line at the battle of Shiloh, and after surviving and helping Grant win the battle, he was given the position of Major General. In the Vikisburg campaign, Sherman helped Grant out in a major way. He covered up the fact that Grant was an alcoholic, and a womanizer. At the end, he credited all his doings to Grant. When, as a result of this campaign, Grant was given position of Major Commander of the entire United States, he gave his former job, commander of the west, to Sherman.

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