Philip Sheridan on US Grant

Philip Sheridan on US Grant

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

Philip Sheridan (1831-1888) used brutal 'scorched earth' tactics on the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia, but later became a strong supporter of Yellowstone National Park; he was made General of the Army shortly before his death

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Philip Sheridan (1831-1888) used brutal 'scorched earth' tactics on the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia, but later became a strong supporter of Yellowstone National Park; he was made General of the Army shortly before his death

Generals Wesley Merritt, Philip Sheridan, George Crook, James William Forsyth,   and George Armstrong Custer  around a table examining a document.

Generals Wesley Merritt, Philip Sheridan, George Crook, James William Forsyth, and George Armstrong Custer around a table examining a document.

Development of the M551 Sheridan began in 1959. It's program was known as the AR/AAV or Armored Reconnaissance / Airborne Assault Vehicle. First prototypes were built in 1962 and production commenced in 1966. Vehicle is named in honor to Civil War General Philip Sheridan.

Development of the M551 Sheridan began in 1959. It's program was known as the AR/AAV or Armored Reconnaissance / Airborne Assault Vehicle. First prototypes were built in 1962 and production commenced in 1966. Vehicle is named in honor to Civil War General Philip Sheridan.

Philip H. Sheridan Civil War Print :: Ohio History

Philip H. Sheridan Civil War Print :: Ohio History

1900s GEN PHILIP SHERIDAN CIVIL WAR Tobacco Premium Pin Political Pinback Button

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Maj. Gen. Phil Sheridan - Battle of Fisher's Hill, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia on Setember 22, 1864

Maj. Gen. Phil Sheridan - Battle of Fisher's Hill, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia on Setember 22, 1864

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

My great great great grandfather... civil war major general, philip sheridan

My great great great grandfather... civil war major general, philip sheridan

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1937 Three-Cent Army Stamp: William Tecumseh Sherman, Ulysses S. Grant, and Philip Sheridan

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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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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."

Candid photograph of General of the Army, Philip Sheridan, and his friend Major General James Forsyth, sitting on a back porch

Candid photograph of General of the Army, Philip Sheridan, and his friend Major General James Forsyth, sitting on a back porch

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