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ramatic scene was taken on a July day after the photographer's own heart — clear and sunny.
The Fort is at the end of Peach Tree Street, Atlanta, to the north of the city.
Sherman had just taken possession, and the man at the left is a cavalryman of his forces.
The mire-caked wheels of the guns show that they have been dragged through miles and miles of muddy roads.
The delays Sherman had met with in his advance on Atlanta resulting in constant and indecisive fighting without entrapping Johnston, had brought about a reaction at the North.
A large party wished to end the war. Election Day was approaching.
Lincoln was a presidential candidate for the second time.
He had many enemies.
But the news of Sherman's capture of Atlanta helped to restore confidence, and to insure the continuation of the administration pledged to a vigorous prosecution of the war.
A striking war photograph of 1863: artillery regulars before Chancellorsville
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