In Washington D.C., the second day of the Grand Review sees General Sherman's army parade through the city
On the first day of the Grand Review,the Army of the Potomac marched through the capital city in bright and sunny weather. On an equally fine day, it was the turn of General William Sherman's army to parade. His 60,000 men took six hours to pass the reviewing stand, watched there by President Johnson, General Grant and a host of dignitaries. (By John Osborne)
Chronicles of the Great Rebellion Against the United States of America (Philadelphia, PA: A. Winch, 1867), 107.