RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 191846929 LA English T1 Sherman's march in myth and memory A1 Caudill, Edward., Ashdown, Paul,, PB Rowman & Littlefield Publishers PP Lanham YR 2008 SN 9780742550278 0742550273 AB "General William Tecumseh Sherman's devastating "March to the Sea" in 1864 burned a swath through the cities and countryside of Georgia and into the history of the American Civil War. As they moved from Atlanta to Savannah - destroying homes, buildings, and crops; killing livestock; and consuming supplies - Sherman and the Union army ignited not only southern property, but also imaginations, in both the North and the South. By the time of the general's death in 1891, when one said "The March," no explanation was required. That remains true today."--Jacket.