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Memoirs of William T. Sherman - Volume 1 By William T Sherman
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William Tecumseh Sherman (February 8, 1820 – February 14, 1891) was an American soldier, businessman, educator, and author. He served as a general in the United States Army during the American... More > Civil War (1861–65), receiving both recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy, and criticism for the harshness of the "scorched earth" policies he implemented in conducting total war against the enemy. Military historian Basil Liddell Hart famously declared that Sherman was "the first modern general." After the Civil War, Sherman became commanding general of the army (1869–83). As such, he was responsible for the conduct of the Indian Wars in the western United States. He steadfastly refused to be drawn into politics and in 1875 published his Memoirs, one of the best known first-hand accounts of the Civil War.< Less
Memoirs of William T. Sherman - Volume 2 By William T Sherman
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William Tecumseh Sherman (February 8, 1820 – February 14, 1891) was an American soldier, businessman, educator, and author. He served as a general in the United States Army during the American... More > Civil War (1861–65), receiving both recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy, and criticism for the harshness of the "scorched earth" policies he implemented in conducting total war against the enemy. Military historian Basil Liddell Hart famously declared that Sherman was "the first modern general." After the Civil War, Sherman became commanding general of the army (1869–83). As such, he was responsible for the conduct of the Indian Wars in the western United States. He steadfastly refused to be drawn into politics and in 1875 published his Memoirs, one of the best known first-hand accounts of the Civil War.< Less
The Sherman Letter By Leonard Palmer
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Highlighted by the original, unpublished Civil War letters of William T. Shepherd, The Sherman Letter travels between the Gulf War era and the Spring, 1865 odyssey of Standford Short and the... More > notorious SHERMAN LETTER.< Less
Exposure of SHERMAN By MICHAEL HOUSE
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William Tecumseh Sherman. Exposure of SHERMAN is full of informative enlightenment. It's about things you need to know. Educational explanations cover topics you never thought about asking.... More > Revealing illumination clears your head. Edifying clarification brings you down to earth. You’ll feel like you know Sherman. Enlightening amplification makes it a magic moment as you read. Useful explaining reveals happiness. Instructive clearing up polishes your insight. Helpful elucidation freshens your hope. Exposure of SHERMAN.< Less
Exposure of SHERMAN By MICHAEL HOUSE
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William Tecumseh Sherman. Exposure of SHERMAN is full of informative enlightenment. It's about things you need to know. Educational explanations cover topics you never thought about asking.... More > Revealing illumination clears your head. Edifying clarification brings you down to earth. You’ll feel like you know Sherman. Enlightening amplification makes it a magic moment as you read. Useful explaining reveals happiness. Instructive clearing up polishes your insight. Helpful elucidation freshens your hope. Exposure of SHERMAN.< Less
Sherman Oak and the Magic Potato By S. William Shaw
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On the last day of school, Sherman Oak is given an atomic wedgie in front of hundreds of cheering students. Upon returning home, Sherman wishes for courage. A plain baked potato in an aluminum foil... More > wrapper explodes with green light, and grants Sherman his wish. Sherman Oak is taken away against his will to a strange land. There, he must complete a journey filled with mosquito skeletons, snakes that wind from the sky, a haunted cottage, cactus outlaws, and a one hundred foot pus-oozing behemoth. If Sherman fails, his family and school mates will remain trapped in the land forever.< Less
Sherman Oak and the Magic Potato By S. William Shaw
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On the last day of school, Sherman Oak is given an atomic wedgie in front of hundreds of cheering students. Upon returning home, Sherman wishes for courage. A plain baked potato in an aluminum foil... More > wrapper explodes with green light, and grants Sherman his wish. Sherman Oak is taken away against his will to a strange land. There, he must complete a journey filled with mosquito skeletons, snakes that wind from the sky, a haunted cottage, cactus outlaws, and a one hundred foot pus-oozing behemoth. If Sherman fails, his family and school mates will remain trapped in the land forever.< Less
Orage Meeting Notes - Study Book 01 By Sherman Manchester
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"Sherm’s Orage Notes: 1923—1929." typescript carbon copy, 163 pages. Sherman Manchester was — along with C. Daly King, Gorham Munson and William Nyland — a key... More > member of Orage’s New York inner circle and Gurdjieff group during the late 1920s while he was editing the English edition of Gurdjieff s typescript of "Beelzebub’s Tales to his Grandson". These notes are not in apparent chronological sequence but consistently focus on discussion and interpretation of "Beelzebub’s Tales to his Grandson", led by A.R. Orage.< Less
The Kingdom Of Inwood By William Dyer
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“America, it’s America. There, there, I see it. I see it. I see it. America.” People began to cheer, even those who could not yet see it. The ship moved closer and closer and it... More > entered New York Harbor.The cheering and singing continued. Now, suddenly, there was silence. People were mesmerized. People were staring. People were looking at the Statue of Liberty and they weren’t cheering any longer, many were crying. Some knelt down on the deck and began to say their Rosary. Ten Hail Marys and an Our Father, were repeated over and over again. Many children, not understanding the moment, seemed confused by the tears of their fathers. Many had never seen their fathers cry. Hugs were in large supply. A Rabbi stood rocking to and fro with his hands clasped on his chest, tears dripped from his eyes onto his cheeks, and then trailed down into his beard. Some people waved at Miss Liberty, as if they expected her to wave back, but she didn’t. She did what she was supposed to do. She beckoned.< Less
CIVIL WAR GEORGIA The Hendon Family By William S Hendon
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The book follows the war time careers of fifteen members of the Hendon family who served their home state of Georgia in the Confederate service during the Civil War. The narrative follows the men... More > from their enlistments until the end of their service, detailing their roles in the battles they were in and what happened to them in these battles. The work traces them across the entire landscape of the service of those in the Georgia Brigade of the Army of Northern Virginia andthoe who faced Sherman in the battle for Atlanta.< Less