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General William Tecumseh Sherman (1820 - 1891), U.S. Army, found himself in hot water at war's end when he accepted the surrender of Confederate General Joseph Johnston (1807 1891) after having provided far more lenient terms than President Lincoln preferred.

"General Sherman could not have surprised his country more if he had surrendered his army to Johnston..."

     


General Sherman and the Surrender in the West (Harper's Weekly, 1865)

General Sherman and the Surrender in the West (Harper's Weekly, 1865)

General Sherman and the Surrender in the West (Harper's Weekly, 1865)

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