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Adam Badeau, Military history of Ulysses S. Grant from April 1861 to April 1865. Volume 2 130 0 Browse Search
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e morning of November 15th, the march began. Sherman's first object was to place his army in the ht such acts were exceptional and incidental. Sherman's bummers, as they were called, committed neied for more forces to meet the advance of General Sherman's army. It would be wise as well as patrcolors were fairly planted on the rebel wall, Sherman proceeded to the fort, and, finding a skiff is this, great numbers of horses were shot, by Sherman's order, because of the disorganizing effect upon a force of thirty thousand men to oppose Sherman; In October last, when passing throughle, occurring almost on the same day on which Sherman reached the sea, made a completeness of succely a year, and had not yet succeeded. It was Sherman and Thomas whose names were in all men's moutth the exterior. The surrender was refused. Sherman therefore made his preparations to assault. ntoon bridge across the river to this point. Sherman therefore determined to order Foster to move [55 more...]
Sherman moves from Atlanta object of Sherman's march character of march foraging alarm bstruct Sherman arrival at Millen policy of Sherman turns his columns towards Savannah charactee morning of November 15th, the march began. Sherman's first object was to place his army in the honal movements closely, and attack and harass Sherman at all favorable points. On the 17th, Cobb. May move either on Augusta or Savannah. Sherman, however, as we have seen, had no intention ohe 26th, he was at Augusta, and reported that Sherman had interposed between him and Macon, so thated for more forces to meet the advance of General Sherman's army. It would be wise as well as patrpoint, nothing to give warning of danger, and Sherman immediately ordered a squad of rebel prisoneate of Georgia, and ensure the destruction of Sherman's army. Beauregard to Davis, December 6, 1864st as highly as the unobstructed movements of Sherman, yet to the popular apprehension the march wa[55 more...]