Sherman's March Through Georgia

 

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Sherman's March Across Georgia

General Sherman's March Across Georgia

 

 

 

 

Sherman's March Through Georgia

You are viewing a stunning drawing entitled "General Sherman's Grand March Through Central Georgia". The picture shows a long column of soldiers marching through a plantation in Georgia. Homes can be seen burning in the distance. The foreground shows soldiers around a campground.


 

 

  

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