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iotism. Signaling from Fort McAllister, Georgia—the end of the march to the sea General Sherman's flag message with Hazen's soldierly answer upon their arrival at Savannah, December 13, 1864, has become historic. Sherman's message was an order for Hazen's Division of the Fifteenth Army Corps to make an assault upon the fort. Hazen's terse answer was: I am ready and will assault at once. The Fort was carried at the first rush. A flag station was immediately established on the parapet.Hazen's terse answer was: I am ready and will assault at once. The Fort was carried at the first rush. A flag station was immediately established on the parapet. It wigwagged to Dahlgren's expectant fleet the news that Sherman had completed the famous march to the sea with his army in excellent condition. Only a week later General Hardee evacuated Savannah with his troops. How Sherman was welcomed uponr, among the final messages on arrival at Savannah was one ordering, by flag, the immediate assault on Fort McAllister by Hazen, with the soldierly answer, I am ready and will assault at once, and the other announcing to the expectant fleet that She