General Sheridan in the Civil War

 

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Up | General Sheridan in the Civil War  The Poem, "Sheridan's Ride"

General Philip H. Sheridan was one of the Union's most celebrated commanders.  He was a cavalry officer, and perhaps more than any other Union Officer, he fought like a confederate.  He is noted for lighting like attacks, and numerous raids.  Below we present Civil War newspapers which feature General Sheridan.  Click on the Thumbnail to be taken to the complete newspaper.

General Phil Sheridan

General Phil Sheridan

Sheridan's Ride

General Sheridan's Ride to the Front

 

 

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