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Chapter XVIII Transfer of the Twenty third Corps to North Carolina Sherman's plan of marching to the rear of Lee the surrender of J. E. Johnston's army authorship of the approved terms
of 1864 in Tennessee, General Grant ordered me, with the Twenty-third Corps, to the coast of North Carolina, via Louisville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Washington, and the sea. Under the direction of the routes.
The surplus animals and wagons remaining with the army were given to the people of North Carolina in large numbers, and they were encouraged at once to resume their industrial pursuits.
In beg leave to withdraw for the present my recommendation of Schofield as military governor of North Carolina.
It is represented to me that he and General Blair were the principal advisers of Sherman i s armistice with the rebel General Johnston.
If so, he is not a proper person to command in North Carolina.
I therefore suspend my recommendation for further developments. H. W. Halleck, Major-Gen