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Chapter 7: Battles of Resaca and Dallas General Logan wounded again Kenesaw Mountain death of McPherson Logan in command Wins the battle of Atlanta passed over by Sherman for continuance in command of Army of the Tennessee General Howard succeeds subsequent reconciliation of Sherman and Logan the Corkhill bann was correct in his military judgment, and that his proposition could have been successfully executed. From Adairsville the Union forces marched to Kingston and Dallas, where, in a severe engagement against Hardee's veteran corps, General Logan was shot through the arm about half-way between the elbow and the shoulder. They seeon. He paid little attention to the wound received at Dallas, feeling that there was no time to be off duty for a single hour. General Logan always claimed that Dallas, for the length of time and number of troops engaged, was one of the most hotly contested battles of the war. The attack of the Fifteenth Corps on Kenesaw Mountai