Marching Through Georgia, November 22, 1864: Milledgeville and Griswoldville

If there was a Weather Channel around, for November 22, 1864, the prediction offered would have been “cold with continued rain mixed with snow, clearing in the afternoon.”  The overnight temperatures froze General Mud, which was a small consolation for those marching on a cold day.  Major-General William T. Sherman wanted to close the firstContinue reading “Marching Through Georgia, November 22, 1864: Milledgeville and Griswoldville”