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" Lee, but by that time he had learned to fear Grant, and he dreaded to run the risk of taking any considerable portion of his own army to send to Johnston. Thus he let slip the only possible chance of saving the Confederate cause. On this point General... "
Reunion - Page 130
by Society of the Army of the Cumberland - 1904
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Report of the Proceedings of the Society of the Army of the ..., Volumes 34-35

Society of the Army of the Tennessee - United States - 1906
...the march to the sea was the sole conception of General SHERMAN. The President asked, "What next?" SHERMAN lost no time in answering. As soon as he could...the North, and he did it like a valiant knight as he was. He stood at the front porch battling with the flames whilst the kitchen and house were burning,...
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The North American Review, Volume 144

North American review - 1887
...did command the Army of Northern Virginia under the Confederate Government till the end at Appomator. His sphere of action was, however, local. He never...Though familiar with the geography of the interior of this great continent, he stood like a stone wall to defend Virginia against the " Huns and Goths "...
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Life and Reminiscences of General Wm. T. Sherman

Thomas Clement Fletcher - History - 1891 - 479 pages
...command the Army of Northern Virginia under the Confederate Government till the end at Appoinattox. His sphere of action was, however, local. He never...familiar •with the geography of the interior of this great continent, he stood like a stone wall to defend Virginia against the "Huns and Goths" of...
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Life and Reminiscences of General Wm. T. Sherman

Thomas Clement Fletcher - Generals - 1891 - 479 pages
...command the Army of Northern Virginia under the Confederate Government till the end at Apponiattox. His sphere of action was, however, local. He never...Though familiar with the geography of the interior of this great continent, he stood like a stone wall to defend Virginia against the "Huns and Goths" of...
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Sherman: A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the ...

De Benneville Randolph Keim - Generals - 1904 - 410 pages
...march to the sea was the sole conception of General SHERMAN. The President asked, ' ' What next? ' ' SHERMAN lost no time in answering. As soon as he could...the North, and he did it like a valiant knight as he was. He stood at the front porch battling with the flames whilst the kitchen and house were burning,...
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Sherman: A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the ...

De Benneville Randolph Keim - Generals - 1904 - 410 pages
...march to the sea was the sole conception of General SHERMAN. The President asked, ' ' What next ? ' ' SHERMAN lost no time in answering. As soon as he could...the North, and he did it like a valiant knight as he was. He stood at the front porch battling with the flames whilst the kitchen and house were burning,...
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Sherman: A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the ...

De Benneville Randolph Keim - Generals - 1904 - 410 pages
...march to the sea was the sole conception of General SHERMAN. The President asked, ' ' What next? ' ' SHERMAN lost no time in answering. As soon as he could...the North, and he did it like a valiant knight as he was. He stood at the front porch battling with the flames whilst the kitchen and house were burning,...
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Sherman: Fighting Prophet

Lloyd Lewis - History - 1993 - 690 pages
...Lee, he said, had fought "like a gallant knight, as he was," but was lacking in military greatness: He never rose to the grand problem which involved...Though familiar with the geography of the interior of this great continent, he stood like a Stone wall to defend Virginia . . . stood at the front porch...
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The North American Review, Volume 144

North American review - 1887
...did command the Army of Northern Virginia under the Confederate Government till the end at Appomatox. His sphere of action was, however, local. He never...Though familiar with the geography of the interior of this great continent, he stood like a stone wall to defend Virginia against the " Huns and Goths "...
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