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eld to cooperate with Sherman Stoneman ordered into East Tennessee position of Sherman in January moves to Pocotaligo Grover brought from the Shenandoah to Savannah strength of Sherman's army-strength of his enemy difficulties and dangers of Sh troops, in the Department of the South, had originally been directed to protect Savannah; but Grant at this time ordered Grover's division from the Shenandoah Valley, where all fighting was at an end, to Savannah, of which it was to form the garrison. Grover took command of the city on the 18th of January, and Foster's troops were placed at Sherman's disposal. Thus by the middle of January, a lodgment had been effected in South Carolina, and Sherman had his whole army once more in hand as hey could be more effectually employed; adding reinforcements of veterans and recruits to Sherman and Terry; transferring Grover from the Shenandoah to the Savannah, so as to set Foster free; dispatching an expedition to favor Sherman from East Tenne