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Chapter 28: Atlanta campaign; battle of Dalton; Resaca begun Of the respective commanders of the armies which were to operate in advance of Chattanooga, namely,
faced toward Chattanooga.
The bulk of his force was behind, at the village of Dalton, covered by artificial works northward and eastward, and by the mountain range ic) Railroad, which passes through Tunnel Hill, Buzzard's Roost, and then on to Dalton, where it meets another branch coming from the north, through Red Clay, constit eld should make a strong demonstration directly against the enemy's position at Dalton, while he himself with the Army of the Cumberland should pass through the Snake and Schofield constantly pressing his heavy skirmish lines from Red Clay toward Dalton, to unveil from that northern side Johnston's half-concealed intrenchments.
er hand, our forces approaching Resaca through the gap on the one side and from Dalton on the other, had to work slowly and carefully to feel for the enemy's pickets