Citations with the tag: GEORGIA -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns
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- FROM ATLANTA TO THE SEA.
Ladd, James Royal // American Heritage; Dec1978, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p4
Discusses the author's experience of marching through Atlanta, Georgia in November 1864. Pleasure felt in witnessing the burning of the main portion of the city; Encounter with enemies in Sandersville; Estimated number of troops in Savannah.
- Book reviews: Social sciences.
Poremba, David Lee // Library Journal; 11/1/1992, Vol. 117 Issue 18, p100
Reviews the book `Decision in the West: The Atlanta Campaign of 1864,' by Albert Castel.
- Kennesaw Mountain.
Howard, Blair // Battlefields of the Civil War: A Guide for Travellers, Vol 2; 1995, p167
Describes Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park in Georgia. Prominence of the battlefield during the United States Civil War; Sights of interest, including Little Kennesaw and Pigeon Hill; Touring the battlefield; Attractions and accommodations in the area.
- Sherman's feuding generals.
Forster, Greg // Civil War Times Illustrated; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p40
Recounts the internal rivalries of the Union Army commanders under General William T. Sherman during the American Civil War. Personality sketches of Sherman's subordinates; Campaign of Sherman to capture Georgia from the Confederacy.
- Betrayal at Ebenezer Creek.
Churchill, Edward M. // Civil War Times Illustrated; Oct98, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p52
No abstract available.
- 'I Can Make This March And Make Georgia Howl!'
Price, Sean // Junior Scholastic; 12/14/98, Vol. 101 Issue 9, p16
Focuses on the history of the United States Civil War. Prediction of US Army officer William Tecumseh Sherman on the war; Battle fought by the Southerners to preserve slavery and the Confederate States of America.
- The Day Dixie Died: The Battle of Atlanta.
DAVIS, STEPHEN // Georgia Historical Quarterly; Spring2012, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p174
The article reviews the book "The Day Dixie Died: The Battle of Atlanta," by Gary Ecelbarger.
- The common man's story of destruction in Georgia.
Grimsley, Mark // Civil War Times Illustrated; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p18
Reviews the book `Marching Through Georgia: The Story of Soldiers and Civilians During Sherman's Campaign,' by Lee Kennett.
- Place-and-time map skills: From Atlanta to the sea.
Grimsley, Mark // Junior Scholastic; 1/26/96, Vol. 98 Issue 11, pT-6
Presents a quiz on the campaign by William Tecumseh Sherman to capture Atlanta, Georgia during the United States Civil War on September 2, 1864. Details of the routes taken by the troops; Map of the areas under Union control.
- Tangling with `Kilcavalry.
Lee, Angela // Civil War Times Illustrated; Jun98, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p62
Recounts the events that led to the Union Army's 1864 invasion of Waynesborough, Georgia under the leadership of Brigadier General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick. Importance of Waynesborough to the Confederates; Strategies used by Kilpatrick; Reasons for the success of the Unionists.
- Guide to the Atlanta Campaign: Rocky Face Ridge to Kennesaw Mountain.
McMurry, Richard M. // Journal of Military History; Jul2009, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p960
The article reviews the book "Guide to the Atlanta Campaign: Rocky Face Ridge to Kennesaw Mountain," edited by Jay Luvaas and Harold W. Nelson.
- Gateway to the Atlantic.
Mosser, Jeffrey // Civil War Times Illustrated; Nov/Dec94, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p62
Recounts the defense of Fort McAllister in Georgia by the Confederate army under Major George W. Anderson during the United States Civil War of 1861-1865. Location and description; Attack by Union soldiers under Major General William Tecumseh Sherman; Reasons for the capture of the fort. INSET:...
- The city that survived Sherman.
Lenz, Richard J. // Civil War Times Illustrated; Jun96, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p24
Focuses on the comparison of hosting the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, with Union Major General William T. Sherman's march during the Civil War. What the selection of Atlanta provided a catalyst for; Information on the buildings and roadways built to accommodate the spectators of...
- THE LAST BATTLE OF THE CIVIL WAR.
Misulia, Charles A. // North & South: The Official Magazine of the Civil War Society; Oct2010, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p50
The article discusses the Battle of Columbus, Georgia and the last military campaign of the U.S. Civil War. Emphasis is given to the assault of forces under the command of U.S. Major General James H. Wilson and Major General Emory Upton against those commanded by Confederate Major General Howell...
- Sherman reveals something about his strategy.
Weller, A. // Civil War Times Illustrated; Jul/Aug94, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p28
Gives Union Major General William T. Sherman's reason for sparing Augusta, Georgia during the Civil War in the United States. Information from the 19th century letters between General Sherman and a Georgian friend.
- Book reviews.
Dixon, David D. // Civil War History; Mar1998, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p65
Reviews the book `Sherman's Horsemen: Union Cavalry Operations in the Atlanta Campaign,' by David Evans.