Where can you locate the 1975 recording of 'The March of Atlanta' by John Chagy?
A search for recordings by John Chagy was unsuccessful. According to the Blog Something Shiny (http://www.andyard.com/2004/08/john-chagy-march-of-atlanta.html) the song The March of Atlanta was distributed by The Atlanta Constitution in the mid-1970s, most probably as a floppy vinyl or flexi-disc, a phonograph record made of a thin vinyl sheet with a molded-in spiral stylus groove, and is designed to be playable on a normal phonograph turntable (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flexi_disc). The chances of one surviving are fairly poor, however someone, somewhere may have a copy. You may wish to try contacting The Atlanta Constitution, now The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, at these numbers or e-mail: Research, Stacks Information Services - 404-526-5668 or 1-800-756-4197, stacks.com
What Union general led the March to the Sea that devastated much of Georgia from Atlanta to Savannah?
You're probably thinking of Atlanta, though this battle was not actually the start of the March. The fall of Atlanta gave him a chance to rest his troops, and re-think his strategy. He noted that Georgia had enjoyed a good harvest and there was plenty of food they could live on, if they chose to abandon their vulnerable supply-line and march for Savannah. The March actually began about ten weeks after the Battle of Atlanta.