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ant marches ever made by an organized army, and culminating in the close of hostilities with the surrender of General Johnston.
After a few days the march to Washington was begun, a further distance of three hundred and fifty miles, and May 24, 1865, the troops marched down Pennsylvania Avenue in presence of applauding thousands, then to be at once disbanded and never to assemble again.
The total distance marched between Atlanta and Washington, in less than six months, was about one thousand miles. General Sherman claimed for his army, in its various marches, beginning at Vicksburg and ending at Washington, a total of twenty-eight hundred miles, inclWashington, a total of twenty-eight hundred miles, including the many detours.
With the veteran armies
The well-disciplined regulars—a scene of April 3, 1864: men who demonstrated the value of training at gaines' mill: the eleventh U. S.
in their trim Camp at Alexandria.
They stand up very straight, these regulars who formed the tiny nucleus of the vast Union armies.