Sherman’s March, March 8, 1865: “marched twenty miles through piney woods” as the Fourteenth Corps catches up

The weather always seemed to dog Major-General William T. Sherman’s march through the Carolinas harder than the Confederates.  From the first days of January all the way through March, rains and floods periodically threatened to strand Sherman’s campaign.  On March 8, 1865, the rains came again. While some columns reported an impact, others posted significantContinue reading “Sherman’s March, March 8, 1865: “marched twenty miles through piney woods” as the Fourteenth Corps catches up”