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SC archeologists race to uncover Civil War prison

...Hymn of the Republic,' and then they'd sing 'Dixie,'" Long said with a laugh.Three days before Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's forces entered the city, the men were moved to Charlotte, and then to Wilmington, N.C. Shortly thereafter...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-02-16/sc-archeologists-race-uncover
Weapons of choice illogical

"War is cruelty ... ." Those words were in a letter from Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman to the mayor and councilmen of Atlanta during the siege of Atlanta in 1864. He also said in a speech to the 1879 graduating class...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2013-09-13/weapons-choice-illogical
Researchers map Civil War battlefield in Charleston harbor

...cracked each other's signal codes.Charleston never fell but was abandoned by the Confederates as Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman marched through inland South Carolina cutting off the city's supply lines. It was unlike Mobile, Ala...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-09-08/researchers-map-civil-war-bat
A 'compromise'? Hardly

...And what will be Azziz's legacy? If he keeps working hard, he might just become more beloved than Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman. Unfortunately for Augustans, we will all have to wait and see.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2012-10-26/compromise-hardly
Surrender of Fort Sumter re-enacted

...Confederate flag would fly over the fort nearly four years until Sumter was abandoned in early 1865 after Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman captured Columbia about 120 miles away, flanking the Confederates and forcing them to withdraw from Charleston...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2011-04-14/surrender-fort-sumter-re-enac
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Sherman came to Augusta for peace

William Tecumseh Sherman is best known as the Union general who embraced "total war" and left Georgia and South Carolina as smoldering ruins.But years...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2011-04-09/sherman-came-augusta-peace
Company's roots go way back

...for military uses during the Civil War, making the tiny community a high-value target of Union Army Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman. The company's founder was born in 1800 and became a talented silversmith before moving to Edgefield County...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2006-05-23/companys-roots-go-way-back
Sanford's little lie masks a much bigger one

...granite walls of the copper-domed State House. Each marks a scar left by the cannons of invading Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's bombardment of the capital in the final months of the Civil War. By last Thursday, Gov. Mark Sanford was...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/06/26/met_528848.shtml
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School tries new gifted program

...more challenging. "When we started studying the Civil War period, I was somewhat fascinated by (Union Gen. William Tecumseh) Sherman," Cortland said. "I wanted to know more about his Atlanta campaign." Officials say the pilot program...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/11/09/met_482775.shtml
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Across Georgia

...years ago Saturday, a delegation led by Atlanta Mayor James M. Calhoun formally surrendered the city to Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's Union Army. For more than 20 years, a 70-pound gray marker describing the events that led to the surrender...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/09/03/met_95173.shtml
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