Follow Sherman through the bloody Atlanta Campaign in 1864 to his famous march to the sea, through the end of the American Follow Sherman through the bloody Atlanta Campaign in 1864 to his famous march to the sea, through the end of the American Civil War and beyond.
General Sherman’s memoirs continue in Volume 2 with additional images, the original classic type font, and a new cover design fit for display. Follow Sherman through the bloody Atlanta Campaign in 1864 to his famous march to the sea, to the Campaign of the Carolinas through the end of the American Civil War in 1865.
Sherman recounts his experiences in vivid detail and sums up military lessons learned from the war. The book posthumously continues through his death and funeral and includes a section on General Sherman’s Personal Traits by James G. Blaine.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 16: Atlanta Campaign – Nashville and Chatanooga to Kenesaw – March, April, and May 1864
Chapter 17: Atlanta Campaign – Battles About Kenesaw Mountain – June, 1864
Chapter 18: Atlanta Campaign – Battles About Atlanta – July, 1864
Chapter 19: Capture of Atlanta – August and September, 1864
Chapter 20: Atlanta and After – Pursuit of Hood – September and October, 1864
Chapter 21: The March to the Sea – From Atlanta to Savannah – November and December, 1864
Chapter 22: Savannah and Pocotaligo – December, 1864 and January, 1865
Chapter 23: Campaign of the Carolinas – February and March, 1865
Chapter 24: End of the War – From Goldsboro to Raleigh and Washington – April and May, 1865
Chapter 25: Conclusion – Military Lessons of the War
Chapter 26: After the War
Chapter 27: Last Years – Death and Funeral
Chapter 28: Appendix