Sherman's March to the Sea
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William T. Sherman, one of many leaders of the Union troops, believes that it is time to teach the Confederate a lesson. He begins a march to Savannah, Georgia.
Sherman begins his march on November 15th in Atlanta. He gathers troops and begins to lead them on their journey.
They marched through many towns and cities, stealing food and livestock and burning the barns of those who try to fight back.
Sherman reaches Savannah and burns all sorts of buildings, often government buildings.
After the attack, Sherman leads the Union troops through to Charleston, South Carolina. They use the same forces to get there.
William T. Sherman scared the people of Georgia and had them consider to secede.
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