The March of Fire to the Water
By: A Son of a Confederate Soldier (Garrison FItzgerald)
Shermans March to the Sea
Sherman fighting off the Confederacy through Georgia on his way to the coast
While on his way to the coast he used total war not caring about any civilians
Prancing through the ashes
Thisimage shows how the Union walked through these towns they had burned down and took pride in it
- Was the most destructive campaign against a civilian population during the Civil War
- Began in Atlanta, Georgia on November 15, 1864
- The march was led by General William Tecumseh Sherman of the Union Army
- It ended in Savannah, Georgia on Dedcember 21, 1864
- Sherman marched across Georgia to the Atlantic to prove to the population of the Confederate States of America that it's government could not protect them from invaders
"Sherman's March to the Sea." New Georgia Encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Dec. 2014.
Sorces of Pictures
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