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What was the fate of Atlanta during Civil War?

It was burned to the ground during Union Generals Tecumseh Sherman Total War.


What city was burned to the ground during the civil war?

Atlanta, Georgia and Lawrence, Missouri are two very notable examples.


What general was given the responsability of taking atlanta during the civil war?

Sherman believed in total war and burned the city to the ground. As he moved through the south he left a path of destruction and burned ruins.


Who was credited with the destruction of Atlanta during the Civil War?

Union General William T. Sherman was credited with the destruction of Atlanta during the Civil War.


Who was William Tecumseh?

William Tecumseh Sherman was a Union General who during the civil war occupied Atlanta, Georgia then burned the city and a swath of territory from Atlanta to Savannah on his famous "March to the Sea".


What two major Confederate cities were nearly burned to the ground late in the Civil War?

Atlanta and Richmond were the two major confederate cities which were nearly burned to the ground late in the Civil War.


Did Atlanta burn during the Civil war?

what year


Was Savannah Georgia burned during the Civil War?

No, Savannah Georgia was burned during the American Revolution.


What cities were destroyed during the civil war?

Many towns and cities were destroyed during the American Civil War, in addition to countless homes and farms. The two largest and most famous example of cities that were destroyed are Atlanta, Georgia and Columbia, South Carolina.


What year was Atlanta GA burned to the ground?

During the Civil War, General Sherman ordered Atlanta to be burned down. He made the official order in November of 1864. Sherman was responsible for the March to the Sea that burned much of Georgia.


What cities fell during the civil war?

atlanta Georgia


What was the capitol of southern states during civil war?

Atlanta