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The Rev. Caleb Sherman, of Dover. (N. H.) A lecture and a song, to the Rev. Caleb Sherman, concerning the necessity of fleeing youthful lusts, by Jonathan Plummer, a lay bishop, travelling preacher, physician, poet and trader ... Printed for the

Thomas Jefferson to Roger Sherman Baldwin, March 9, 1822

[John Sherman, head-and-shoulders portrait, full face]

Sherman's worm lozenges

John Sherman

Sherman & Smith's railroad, steam boat & stage route map of New England, New-York and Canada.

[Maj. Gen Willam T. Sherman, officer of the federal army]

Hon. John Sherman of Ohio

Gen. Wm. T. Sherman

Hon. John Sherman of Ohio

Majr. Genl. William T. Sherman: U.S. Army

[John Sherman, Representative from Ohio, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Judson W. Sherman, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Sherman

Sherman

Sherman

Sherman

[William T. Sherman]

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

Sherman & staff

Gen. Wm. Tecumseh Sherman, U.S.A.

Sherman & staff

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Our Peace Commissioners for 1865: Sheridan, Grant, Sherman, Porter, Lincoln, Farragut, and Thomas

Our Peace Commissioners for 1865: Sheridan, Grant, Sherman, Porter, Lincoln, Farragut, and Thomas

[General William T. Sherman, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / engd. by J.C. Buttre ; photo by Anthony.

Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman

Gen. Wm. Tecumseh Sherman

[Grant, Sherman, Thomas, and McPherson]

Sherman

[William T. Sherman]

Sherman

General Wm. T. Sherman U.S.A.

Gen. U. S. T. Sherman and staff

General William T. Sherman, U.S.A.

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Edward O. C. Ord to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 28, 1860 (Warns Lincoln not to appoint Fremont Secretary of War and recommends Capt. William Sherman instead)

Hon. John Sherman of Ohio

Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman

Gen. T.W. Sherman

Sherman

Sherman & staff

[William T. Sherman]

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

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Our Peace Commissioners for 1865: Sheridan, Grant, Sherman, Porter, Lincoln, Farragut, and Thomas

Sherman

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Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

Gen. Sherman

Gen. W.T. Sherman

Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

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[Grant, Sherman, Thomas, and McPherson]

John Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, November 12, 1860 (Recommendation)

William T. Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 14, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Robert C. Schenck and John Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 21, 1861 (Telegram regarding Ohio patronage)

John Sherman to William H Seward, Thursday, March 21, 1861 (Telegram regarding Chilian appointment)

Battery Sherman, Vicksburg, Miss.

William T. Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 09, 1861 (Telegram recommending promotions)

Parade march of the great Potomac Army, respectfully dedicated to Major Genl. McClellan by Gen. L. Blenker. Composed by Chas. Fradel / lith. of Sherman & Hart.

George D. Prentice to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 05, 1861 (Telegram requesting reinforcements for Gen. Sherman)

Gen. Sherman's headquarters, Chattanooga, Tenn.

[General William Tecumseh Sherman]

Thomas W. Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 17, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

William T. Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 10, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

William T. Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 10, 1861 (Military affairs)

[Composite of scenes of] Our cotton campaign in South Carolina - gathering, ginning, packing and shipping the cotton crops of the Sea Island Royal, by the Federal Army, under General Sherman

W.T. Sherman, Maj. Genl., U.S.A.

T.W. Sherman

Map of Mission [sic] Ridge showing the position attacked by the forces under command of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, Nov. 24th & 25th 1863 /

John Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 19, 1864 (Telegram recommending Chase for Chief Justice)

Map illustrating the operations of the army under command of General W.T. Sherman, in Georgia, from May the 5th to September the 4th, 1864 /

Atlanta, Georgia. Sherman's men in Confederate fort east of Atlanta

Map illustrating the operations of the army under com'd of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman, in Georgia, from May 5th to September 4th, 1864 /

Sherman's campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta [1864]

John Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 02, 1864 (Introduction)

General Sherman's advance - Buzzard's Roost Pass, Georgia

Sherman's campaign--provost marshal's office, Atlanta--citizens getting passes to go north and south, in consequence of Gen. Sherman's order for the departure of all citizens

How Sherman's veterans took Atlanta. Air- Lanigan's ball. ... No. 300 North 20th Street, Philadelphia. [c. 1864]

Map showing the investment and siege of Savannah, Georgia by Genl Sherman's army Decr 1864.

Sherman's march from Atlanta to the sea. Drawn from official map of Brig. Genl. O. M. Poe, Chief Engineer.

General Sherman's advance - view of Kenesaw Mountain, from Little Kenesaw

Revolutionary document. To the soldiers of the army of Tennessee Comrades: the following letter, which has recently been published, shews what you and your families have to expect from the tender mercies of the infamous Sherman, now leading Linc

Sherman's department - engagement at Snake Creek Gap, Georgia / from a sketch by Theodore R. Davis.

Map illustrating the siege of Atlanta, Ga. by the U.S. forces, under command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman : from the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th, 1864 to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication south of Atlanta, August 26, 1864 /

Genl. Sherman's campaign war map.

General Sherman's advance / sketched by Theodore R. Davis.

General Sherman's campaign / from sketches by Theodore R. Davis.

Atlanta, Georgia. Ruins of depot, blown up on Sherman's departure

Map showing the operations of the national forces under the command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman during the campaign resulting in the capture of Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 1, 1864 /