General Philip H. Sheridan's sword. General Philip H. Sheridan used this saber in the Civil War. The scabbard is engraved with the names of battles in which he participated.

General Philip H. Sheridan's sword. General Philip H. Sheridan used this saber in the Civil War. The scabbard is engraved with the names of battles in which he participated.

Philip Sheridan on US Grant

Philip Sheridan on US Grant

Philip H. Sheridan Civil War Print :: Ohio History

Philip H. Sheridan Civil War Print :: Ohio History

Reclaiming the Valley: Third Battle of Winchester

Reclaiming the Valley: Third Battle of Winchester

The Third Battle of Winchester (Opequon) was fought September during the American Civil War and saw Union troops win a decisive victory.

This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo on quality photography paper not cheap ink jet stock. General Philip Sheridan Union Army Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo General Philip Sheridan Uni

General Philip Sheridan Union Army Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo on quality photography paper not cheap ink jet stock. General Philip Sheridan Union Army Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo General Philip Sheridan Uni

Union Maj. General Philip Sheridan (1831-1888). Also a big "scorched earth" proponent, Sheridan burned down the Shenandoah Valley much to the dismay of the Rebels. He was also very successful, winning almost every major battle he fought. (West Point - Class of 53)

Look Into The Eyes Of 14 Notable American Civil War Generals

Union Maj. General Philip Sheridan (1831-1888). Also a big "scorched earth" proponent, Sheridan burned down the Shenandoah Valley much to the dismay of the Rebels. He was also very successful, winning almost every major battle he fought. (West Point - Class of 53)

Gen. Philip Sheridan's troops dealt a major blow to Robert E. Lee's Confederate army on April 6, capturing nearly a quarter of his men. At Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865, Sheridan blocked Lee's escape. Gen.  Ulysses S. Grant wrote of Sheridan that he "has no superior as a general, either living or dead, and perhaps not an equal."

The spirit of Appomattox Court House - CNN.com

Gen. Philip Sheridan's troops dealt a major blow to Robert E. Lee's Confederate army on April 6, capturing nearly a quarter of his men. At Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865, Sheridan blocked Lee's escape. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant wrote of Sheridan that he "has no superior as a general, either living or dead, and perhaps not an equal."

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