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James D. Porter, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, Tennessee (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 22 0 Browse Search
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le pressed steadily forward. Again at Murfreesboro Cheatham's was one of the four divisions which enter had been broken, Hardee threw a part of Cheatham's division directly across the path of the ade movements of the army of Tennessee in 1864, Cheatham and his men had their full share of peril andt the battle of Kenesaw Mountain (June 27th), Cheatham's and Cleburne's divisions probably inflictedof the field. In the battles around Atlanta, Cheatham had command of a corps, and in the battle of est of every fight. At the close of the war, Cheatham returned to the pursuits of peace, blessed wily family and cheered by his noble wife. General Cheatham's personal appearance was thus described the war by the historian, E. A. Pollard: General Cheatham is squarely and firmly built, and is noteurfreesboro he commanded the First brigade of Cheatham's division and was in the celebrated charge wing fresh laurels on these famous fields. In Cheatham's division during the arduous Dalton-Atlanta [1 more...]