siege of Atlanta raised, 391.
battles at Jonesboroa, 392.
Hood's flight from Atlanta, 393.
Shek at Fairborn Station, and the other at near Jonesboroa, some twenty miles south of Atlanta.
When d, crossing the Flint River half a mile from Jonesboroa, approached it at that point.
He encounteredivided his army, and sent one half of it to Jonesboroa, under Hardee, and with the remainder he helrried the Confederate line of works covering Jonesboroa on the north, and captured General Govan and
Hardee had fled, and so ended the battle of Jonesboroa.
At two o'clock in the morning
Sept. 1. pursuit of Hardee.
Battle-ground near Jonesboroa.
this is a view of the portion of the battle-ground near Jonesboroa, where the Confederate works crossed the railway and the common highway, tlanta, Hood, who was joined by Hardee, near Jonesboroa, and was otherwise re-enforced, flanked Sheray to Richmond, in Virginia, by way of Knoxville.
See page 284.
Tail-piece — Tank at Jonesboroa