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Shermans Historical Raid: The Memoirs in the Light of the Record A Review Based on Compilations from the Files of the War Office Henry Van Ness Boynton

Shermans Historical Raid: The Memoirs in the Light of the Record A Review Based on Compilations from the Files of the War Office

Henry Van Ness Boynton

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*Includes a Table of Contents.*Contains ten images of the author, Sherman, and more.Henry Boynton (1835 – 1905) was a Union officer, and recipient of the Medal of Honor. After the Civil War, Boynton became a correspondent with the CincinnattiMore*Includes a Table of Contents.*Contains ten images of the author, Sherman, and more.Henry Boynton (1835 – 1905) was a Union officer, and recipient of the Medal of Honor. After the Civil War, Boynton became a correspondent with the Cincinnatti Gazette. He served in the Spanish American War, earning the title of Brigadier General, and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.Boynton’s Sherman’s Historical Raid, the Memoirs in the Light of the Record (1875) is a critique of William T. Sherman’s memoirs, Memoirs of General W.T. Sherman (1875). Sherman’s Historical Raid is broken into 20 chapters, and with Boynton citing many documents supporting the inaccuracies and injustices of Sherman’s which he claims.A table of contents is included for easier navigation.