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Sherman's March to the Sea
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition Civil War march by Union General William Sherman from Atlanta to Savannah and into the Carolinas in which they burned crops, killed livestock, consumed supplies, and destroyed civilian infrastructure in an effort to break the will of the south
  • Families from the country districts who had been burned out during Sherman's march and who could no longer make a living without the slaves to till the cotton had come to Atlanta to live.
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