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  1. William Tecumseh Sherman - Biography, Civil War & Accomplishments - HISTORY

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    Nov 13, 2009 · William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891) was a Union general during the Civil War. He played a crucial role in the victory over the Confederate States and became one of the most famous military ...

  2. William Tecumseh Sherman - Quotes, March to the Sea & Facts - Biography

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    Aug 8, 2014 · One of 11 children, Sherman was born to a prominent family in Lancaster, Ohio, on February 8, 1820. His father, Charles, was a successful lawyer and an Ohio Supreme Court justice. When Sherman was ...

  3. William Tecumseh Sherman | Biography & Facts | Britannica

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    Dec 21, 2022 · William Tecumseh Sherman, (born February 8, 1820, Lancaster, Ohio, U.S.—died February 14, 1891, New York, New York), American Civil War general and a major architect of modern warfare. He led Union forces in crushing campaigns through the South, marching through Georgia and the Carolinas (1864–65).

  4. William Tecumseh Sherman - Wikipedia

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    Sherman is represented astride his horse Ontario and led by a winged female figure of Victory. Saint-Gaudens's Bust of William Tecumseh Sherman, which he used as the basis for the larger Memorial, is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Arlington National Cemetery features a smaller version of Saint-Gaudens's statue of Victory.

  5. Sherman tank | Description, History, & Facts | Britannica

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    Sherman tank, officially M4 General Sherman, main battle tank designed and built by the United States for the conduct of World War II. The M4 General Sherman was the most widely used tank series among the Western Allies, being employed not only by the U.S. Army and Marine Corps but also by British, Canadian, and Free French forces.

  6. M4 Sherman - Wikipedia

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    The Sherman was extensively supplied through Lend-Lease to Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and Free France. Britain received 17,181 in various models, mostly M4А2s and M4A4s (5,041 Sherman III and 7,167 V, respectively), of which over 2000 were re-equipped with a more powerful gun to become the Sherman Firefly.

  7. Sherman™ | Body Parts, Lighting, Restoration & Repair Parts - CARiD.com

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    Jan 22, 2023 · The company provides an extensive range of fenders, quarter panels, spot repair patch panels, head and tail lamp assemblies, and more. Sherman parts are housed in a 110,000 square foot warehouse in Washington, Michigan, and supplied all over the world. Manufactured by experienced automotive stampers, many of whom also supply OEM parts, Sherman auto parts …

  8. Richard Sherman arrest: Details emerge as wife speaks out - New York Post

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    Jul 14, 2021 · Richard Sherman arrested on burglary domestic violence charge. Sherman was later booked and denied bail. The 33-year-old has not yet been formally charged, according to ESPN, because he hasn’t ...

  9. Sherman, TX - Official Website | Official Website

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    For the second time in less than a year, Sherman has broken ground on a multi-billion-dollar tech manufacturing facility. GlobalWafers has broken ground on their $5 billion, 1,500-job silicon plant in south Sherman.

  10. Sherman, Texas - Wikipedia

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    Sherman is a U.S. city in and the county seat of Grayson County, Texas. The city's population in 2020 was 43,645. [6] It is one of the two principal cities in the Sherman–Denison metropolitan statistical area , and it is part of the Texoma region of North Texas and southern Oklahoma.