Sherman's March to Sea

by: Vanessa Martinez

In my honest opinion I can say I'm against it because that wasn't the right way to just steal Savannah and just leave like nothing but at the same time. Sherman believed he own and control everything, and could just go and take control over Atlanta and Savannah. Also because he risked a lot of his men from his army, also because he just took food from farmers. Farmers who could have had families that had to fed and worked hard to keep their crops growing. Also it was rude in a way to just take over Savannah and leave a letter to the President.

Sherman's March and Carpetbaggers & Scalawags

The Sherman's March is all about General Sherman deciding to march to Savannah and Georgia and take over there sea port. It was one risky march, he did not have supply lines back to the North. He decided to take over the farmers and livestocks along the way to feed his army. The Carpetbaggers & Scalawags was after the civil war when people from the north moved to the south in order to find work on behalf of the newly emancipated slaves or a combination of both. This were two special that happen during the early and late 80's.

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