Sherman's March Retracing Sherman KG and Ringy are hot on the heels of Union General William Tecumseh Sherman, retracing his legendary "March to the Sea" in search of priceless 19th Century nectar, including a long-lost chest of Confederate gold. Civil War Score Our heros might just find a major Civil War score that will send them straight to the history books. Sherman's Legendary March to the Sea Archaeleogist Mike Durkin catalogues artifacts at Shaw Bridge Battle Site. Sherman's trek from Atlanta to Savannah was a pivotal event in the Civil War, and served two purposes: it allowed Sherman's troops to restock on much needed supplies and it divided the Confederate Army. Discovering New Pieces of History There's a lot of ground to cover, but the results could be legendary. Marietta Military Maven They boys' first stop is in Marietta, Georgia, an important site for both the Union and Confederate armies as it hosted two railroad lines and two large supply depots. Trading Spaces KG and Ringy are searching around the Oakton house, which was once the headquarters for Sherman's arch nemesis, Confederate General William Loring, before Sherman occupied it later on in the war. Surprise Delivery While the ultimate find would be that missing treasure chest, the boys find themselves living up to their names and digging up an artifact that they've been looking for their whole careers.