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Chapter VIII Sherman's displeasure with Hooker Growing out of the affair at Kolb's Farm
efore the hour of Hooker's signal-despatch to Sherman expressing anxiety about our extreme right.
ved the idea, as indicated by his despatch to Sherman, that Johnston had drawn his main force from y to those who are comparatively young.
When Sherman read Hooker's despatch, which he interpreted terview in the little church described by General Sherman (Sherman's Memoirs, Vol.
II, page 59). I ng generals were unwilling to attempt it. Had Sherman divided his army in such a way, and struck at r aid. This action of mine was taken with General Sherman's knowledge and approval, and was the cor memory is only that of conversations with General Sherman during the day, and he ought to be much b th Corps, as such.
Nor do I believe with General Sherman that its slowness on that occasion was du obably the gravest responsibility of war. Yet Sherman's opinion and decision would have placed this [45 more...] [58 more...] [3 more...]