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Facing Sherman in South Carolina

Christopher G. Crabb

Facing Sherman in South Carolina

march through the swamps

by Christopher G. Crabb

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Published by History Press in Charleston, SC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Campaigns,
  • Sherman"s March through the Carolinas,
  • Swamps,
  • Personal narratives,
  • History,
  • Rivers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementChristopher G. Crabb
    SeriesThe History Press Civil War sesquicentennial series, History Press Civil War sesquicentennial series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE477.7 .C73 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination190 p. :
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25016394M
    ISBN 101609490150
    ISBN 109781609490157
    LC Control Number2010043168
    OCLC/WorldCa670238287

    Facing Sherman in South Carolina: march through the swamps by Christopher G. Crabb. Call Number: Crabb ISBN: Though the book overviews Sherman's entire life, Coburn focuses on one critical year - May to May During that tumultuous year, Sherman fought his way down to Atlanta (keeping his huge army.   Sherman’s utter destruction of South Carolina and less complete, but still brutal punishment of southern and coastal Georgia was due to his desire to punish the inhabitants of the Deep South for being the principal supporters of secession. After .

    For the Carolinas campaign, see John Gilchrist Barrett, Sherman’s March through the Carolinas and John M. Gibson, Those Days: A Southern Account of Sherman’s March from Atlanta to Raleigh. 45 More recent accounts like Facing Sherman in South Carolina take a much more partisan approach, still seeing the campaign as a contest between. A LEGION OF DEVILS: SHERMAN IN SOUTH CAROLINA adds more very interesting original sources to the published record of U.S. War Crimes. The book also features a timeline documenting most of the significant incidents of January through March , when South Carolina’s home front became a war front for thousands of civilians.

    General Sherman set out to “make Georgia howl,” and preferred, as he said, to “march through that State smashing things to the sea.” He wrote to Grant after his march through South Carolina, saying: “The people of South Carolina, instead of feeding Lee’s army, will now call on Lee to . - Facing Sherman in South Carolina: March Through the Swamps.


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In a 24 Dec conversation with David Boyd, one of his professors at the Louisiana Seminary [which would later become LSU] regarding South Carolina's secession, Sherman is reported to have said: "You, you the people of the South, believe there can be such a thing as peaceable secession.

You don't know what you are doing. e-book excerpt In retrospect, General William Tecumseh Sherman considered his march through the Carolinas the greatest of his military feats, greater even than the Georgia campaign.

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Major General William T. Sherman's march from Savannah. During the fateful winter and spring ofthousands of civilians in South Carolina, young and old, black and white, felt the impact of what General William T. Sherman called "the hard hand of war." This book tells their stories, many of which were corroborated by the testimony of Sherman's own soldiers and officers, and other eyewitnesses.

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Crabb is the author of Facing Sherman in South Carolina ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published )/5(4). Sherman was particularly interested in targeting South Carolina, as the first state to secede from the Union, for the effect it would have on Southern morale.

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