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An approach General Sherman became famous for—high risks actions yielding great victories—worked on the battlefield and off. On the battlefield illustrations took him and his combined forces, the Army of the Tennessee and Georgia, through Goldsboro, Fayetteville, and Wilmington before reaching South Carolina’s capital by February 1865. It was in Columbia the battle Sherman believed hastened the end of the war took place, one that, like his march through Atlanta, culminated in a great fire.
Sherman, William T., 1820-1891
; Civil War
; Fayetteville Arsenal
; Howard, Oliver Otis
; Slocum, Henry Warner
; Kilpatrick, Hugh Judson
; Johnston, Joseph Eggleston, 1807-1891
; Hampton, Wade, III
; Civil War--battles
; Fort Fisher (N.C. : Fort)--Siege, 1864-1865