Rising in flames: Sherman’s March and the fight for a new nation

By J.D. Dickey

Rising in flames: Sherman's March and the fight for a new nation by J.D. Dickey
Added November 7, 2018

Dickey shares new perspectives into Sherman's epic March to the Sea. He profiles profiling the heated divides of the antebellum years, and how Sherman's legendary march through Georgia and the Carolinas forced the nation to reckon with a century of injustice. This social history also reveals the roles of women and African Americans who took active roles in the military campaign as soldiers, builders, and activists. –Summary from library catalog

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