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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—eastern Tennessee. (search)
Burnside that Rosecrans was going to occupy at Dalton the entrance to the great notch in the Alleghane to Cleveland on the north, and the other to Dalton on the south on the direct line between Knoxvis this last line passes away from Chattanooga, Dalton is the central point which opens or closes thr of the Chattanooga gorges to come and defend Dalton. The want of a railway and the danger of exporrived at Atlanta when they were led as far as Dalton, where their presence was to be more useful. t by Buckner at Ringgold in order to cover the Dalton road on the right of Pegram's cavalry, whose o afternoon. But Forrest, calling to him, from Dalton, Dibrell's brigade, and from his left Pegram's, first the one that leads to the two fords at Dalton and Tedford, which are respectively one mile a the strongest in the army, clears the ford at Dalton's on Preston's tracks: the crossing commenced important, for, as this army no longer menaced Dalton and Cleveland, it was only on the banks of the[9 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—the siege of Chattanooga. (search)
he Federals, since they could not go as far as Ringgold or Dalton to reach his stores. Instead of persisting in maintainingtment of Chattanooga. He would have found before reaching Dalton defensive positions stronger than that of Missionary Ridge the pursuit of its adversary. It will be able to halt at Dalton, where important depots are to be found. Meanwhile, Grat for use about ten miles of this road in the direction of Dalton, and then he proceeded northward, expecting to arrive in tfore the battle were started on the road from Rossville to Dalton. This road, which, as the reader will remember, crosses tsisted the forces of Sherman. Beyond Taylor's Ridge the Dalton road crosses several times the Chickamauga, each bridge cos cannon. Howard receives orders to push on as far as the Dalton road at Cleveland, and to tear it up in the vicinity of thonly allows him a little later to despatch one brigade—namely, Grose's—on the Dalton road. The pursuit of Bragg has end
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—the Third winter. (search)
gorously if he proceeds to Cleveland, or to push as far as Dalton if he evacuate that point. The different divisions temp Bragg has, then, been able finally to halt his army at Dalton, where he finds the provisions, the rest, and the securitynounces the retreat of the Army of the Tennessee as far as Dalton and restores to him full liberty of action. However, he d in direct communication by the railway with the depots at Dalton: it was then Longstreet's base of operations against Knoxvvered by Cleburne, who occupied Tunnel Hill, and massed at Dalton, unable for a time to give the least trouble to its adversuishing his command to Polk, immediately takes the road to Dalton. He reaches this last point on the 26th of December, and eather is painfully trying upon the troops encamped around Dalton. We have arrived at the close of the year 1863. Howevemmanded by Wharton and Kelly, remained to the northward of Dalton after the battle of Missionary Ridge. Wheeler came to res
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
homas make a demonstration in the direction of Dalton, as if he wished, in spite of the season, to rrations made by the Unionists against Grenada, Dalton, and Mobile to divert the attention of the advot long in recalling Roddey to the vicinity of Dalton. It is true that scarcely has the latter arri in East Tennessee, directed him to march upon Dalton with sufficient force to dislodge Johnston andd south as far as Red Clay in the direction of Dalton. Long's cavalry is posted at Calhoun on the Had been assigned to it to cover the retreat on Dalton. The cold weather having come, the soldiers hevenson's division established itself north of Dalton across Crow Valley. On the same day the Univalry, followed the railroad from Cleveland to Dalton, and penetrated into Crow Valley to within foun the right of Cruft, and advances thus toward Dalton, preceded by Long, who pushes before him the enst Johnston. He could not contemplate taking Dalton by main force, and his demonstration had no fu[6 more...]