Compliments of W. T. Sherman By Sarah Beth Brazytis Illustrated By Ruth Anne Brazytis
by Sarah Beth Brazytis
The war has been raging for almost four years; an army is slashing its way across the South. When the Confederate cavalry retreats out of Columbia ahead of the advancing Union troops, Mary Lucas knows what is coming: the invaders are not known for being gentle to homes and businesses. But Mary has a plan... In this true story from the memoirs of William Tecumseh Sherman, the bonds of friendship cross enemy lines, and the memories of gentler times bring the sanity of yesterday into the madness of war. As General Sherman returns through the South from his victorious March to the Sea, his army will invade Columbia...and one woman's home.
Sarah is a home educated graduate, historian, and small business owner. She has published several works, all with a historical background. She resides at home with her parents, her two sisters, and three of her four brothers. She and her mother, Cecile, co-own and operate Gathering of Goods, a custom clothing shop.
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my mother - my teacher Published April 24, 2014
The Homegrown Historian Published March 25, 2014