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His father, Charles Robert Shermana successful lawyer who sat on the Ohio Supreme Courtdied unexpectedly in He left his widow, Mary Hoyt Sherman, with eleven children and no inheritance. After his father's death, the nine-year-old Sherman was raised by a Lancaster neighbor and family friend, attorney Thomas Ewing, Sr.

Sherman was distantly related to American founding father Roger Sherman and grew to admire him. One of his younger brothers, John Shermanserved as a U.

Another younger brother, Hoyt Shermanwas a successful banker. Two of his foster brothers served as major generals in the Union Army during the Civil War: Sherman would marry his foster sister, Ellen Boyle Ewingat age 30 and have eight children with her.

According to these accounts, Sherman only acquired the name "William" at age nine or ten, after being taken into the Ewing household. Sherman was raised in a Roman Catholic household, although he later left the church, citing the effect of the Civil War on his religious views.

According to a story that may be myth, Sherman was baptized in the Ewing home by a Dominican priest, who named him William for the saint's day: Sherman wrote in his Memoirs that his father named him William Tecumseh; Sherman was baptized by a Presbyterian minister as an infant and given the name William at that time.

While there Sherman excelled academically, but he treated the demerit system with indifference. Fellow cadet William Rosecrans would later remember Sherman at West Point as "one of the brightest and most popular fellows" and "a bright-eyed, red-headed fellow, who was always prepared for a lark of any kind.

At the Academy I was not considered a good soldier, for at no time was I selected for any office, but remained a private throughout the whole four years. Then, as now, neatness in dress and form, with a strict conformity to the rules, were the qualifications required for office, and I suppose I was found not to excel in any of these.

In studies I always held a respectable reputation with the professors, and generally ranked among the best, especially in drawing, chemistry, mathematics, and natural philosophy. My average demerits, per annum, were about one hundred and fifty, which reduced my final class standing from number four to six.

He was later stationed in Georgia and South Carolina. As the foster son of a prominent Whig politician, in Charlestonthe popular Lt. Sherman moved within the upper circles of Old South society.

Due to the confined spaces aboard-ship, Sherman grew close to Halleck and Ord, and in his Memoirs references a hike with Halleck to the summit of Corcovado overlooking Rio de Janeiro in Brazilnotable as the future spot of the Cristo Redentor statue. Sherman and Ord reached the town of Yerba Buena, in California, two days before its name was changed to San Francisco.

InSherman accompanied the military governor of California, Col. Richard Barnes Masonin the inspection that officially confirmed that gold had been discovered in the region, thus inaugurating the California Gold Rush. Sherman earned a brevet promotion to captain for his "meritorious service", but his lack of a combat assignment discouraged him and may have contributed to his decision to resign his commission.

He would eventually become one of the few high-ranking officers during the Civil War who had not fought in Mexico. Healy InSherman was promoted to the substantive rank of Captain and married his foster sister, Ellen Boyle Ewingfour years younger, in a Washington ceremony attended by President Zachary Taylor and other political luminaries.

Thomas Ewing was serving as the Secretary of the Interior at the time. Grant and commemorated by a generous gift from the Khedive of Egypt. Eventually, one of Minnie's daughters married a grandson of Confederate general Lewis Addison Armistead.

To Sherman's great displeasure and sorrow, his oldest surviving son, Thomas Ewing Shermanjoined the religious order of the Jesuits in and was ordained as a priest in William Attaway was most well-known for the novel, Blood on the Forge, a story of three brothers who escape sharecropping life in the south to migrate north and find a new life [ ].

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Blood on the forge by william

William Tecumseh Sherman (February 8, – February 14, ) was an American soldier, businessman, educator, and author. He served as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War (–65), for which he received recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy as well as criticism for the harshness of the scorched earth policies he implemented in conducting.

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