Captain Samuel B. Heizer served in the Civil War in the Fifteenth Army Corps of the Army of the Tennessee. He enjoyed writing letters and receiving them. In the course of the war he wrote many letters home to family and friends. A number of these letters were saved and recently discovered. Sam joined the army for a second time in late summer 1862. By December he was with William T. Sherman at Vicksburg. From that time until the end of the war he was with Sherman marching to Chattanooga, Atlanta, Savannah, the Carolinas and on to the Grand Review in Washington D. C. in May 1865. Sam's Civil War will take the reader on the journey of a Civil War soldier with the help of Sam's letters and the memoirs of Major General William T. Sherman.
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