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Sherman's March Through the Carolinas

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Author John G. Barrett
Isbn 9780807845660
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Year 1996-02
Pages 335
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In retrospect, General William Tecumseh Sherman considered his march through the Carolinas the greatest of his military feats, greater even than the Georgia campaign. When he set out northward from Savannah with 60,000 veteran soldiers in January 1865, he

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Year 1986
Pages 175
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Year 1978
Pages 241
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Genre Fiction
Year 1995
Pages 288
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Genre Sherman's March to the Sea
Year 1987
Pages 31
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Genre Fiction
Year 1994
Pages 228
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Isbn 9780842028509
Genre History
Year 2003
Pages 152
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Isbn 0199832072
Genre History
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