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<h1><center> William Tecumsah Sherman</center></h1>
<p class="red-text"> William Tecumsah Sherman was a revered Union General during the American Civil War.</p1>
<h2> <center> Antebellum Period (1820-1861)</center></h2>
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  <li>February 8,1820- William Tecumseh Sherman was born in Lancaster, Ohio to Charles and Mary Sherman.</li>
  <li> 1836- William Sherman enrolls at West Point Academy where for the next four years he would be private, get his military education and finished sixth in his class.</li>
  <li>1848- Sherman accompanies military governor of California Colonel Richard Barnes Mason by surveying towns including the future city of Sacramento.</li>
  <li>1850- William resigns from his commission in California, marries Eleanor Boyle Ewing, moves to St.Louis, MO where he tries to be a manager of a bank but wasn't successful.</li>
  <li>1859- Sherman accepts a position at Louisiana State University Military Academy or LSU as military  college superintendent.</li>
  <li>1861- Sherman resigns from LSU when the South started to secede from the North. Sherman moved to the North by not complying to receipt of arms by the state of Louisiana.</li></ul>
  <h3> <center>Civil War (1861-1865)
    </center> </h3>
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  <li>July 21, 1861-Sherman was Colonel during the First Battle of Bull Run where the defeat led him to start questioning his own judgements.</li>
  <li>December 1861- Sherman suffers a nervous breakdown by being pessismistic about his command and complaining frequently to Washington D.C. where he was reassigned to St.Louis under Major General Henry W. Halleck.</li>
  <li>April - May 1862- Sherman fought under General Grant during the Battle of Shiloh. HIs bravery in battle led to his promotion of major general and confidence from General Grant.</li>
  <li>November 1863- Sherman fought at the Battle of Chattanooga, where before the battle, his son died of typhoid fever. Sherman despite the loss of his son, led his troops to victory.</li>
  <li>November 15, 1864- Sherman set the city of Atlanta on fire and destroyed the entire infrastructure of the city itself. After the city was razed they left the city and began the March to Sea.</li>
  <li>December 21, 1864- Sherman captured the city of Savannah, which cut off Southern supplies and led to the ultimate downfall of the Confederacy.</li>
  <li>May 9, 1865- The Civil War ends with signing of the peace treaty at the Appomattox Court House where General Lee and General Grant met and discussed terms of the treaty and unification of US.</li></ul>
<h4> <center>Postbellum Period (1869-1891)</center></h4>
<ul class="red-text">
  <li>1869- Sherman became Commanding General of the US Army where he coordinated several campaigns against the Native Americans being put into reservations in the western U.S.</li>
  <li>1884- Sherman was proposed presidential candidate for the US but he declined saying he wouldn't represent each party.</li>
  <li>February 14,1891- Sherman died in his sleep in New York City and would leave a legacy in the military legacy of the United States forever. </li> </ul>

<blockquote><center> "War is Hell"</center></blockquote>
  <p> For more information about this Great American Figure, please check his<a href="" target="blank"> Wikipedia Page.</p>


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