The Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. U. S. Grant, from His Boyhood to the Surrender of Lee: Including an Accurate Account of Sherman's Great March from Chattanooga to Washington, and the Final Official Reports of Sheridan, Meade, Sherman, and Grant
Derby and Miller publishing Company, 1866 - Generals - 720 pages
Generals Grant and Sherman shared a deep mutual respect and worked closely together throughout the war, keeping in almost daily communication.
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