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The struggle for Atlanta. by Oliver O. Howard, Major-General, U. S. A. The forces under General Grant after his appointment as general-in-chief were, the Army of the Potomac, under Meade; that of the Ohio, near Knoxville, under Schofield; General John M. Schofield succeeded General John G. Foster in the command of the Department, and Army, of the Ohio, February 9th, 1864.--editors. that of the Cumberland, under Thomas, General George H. Thomas succeeded General W. S. Rosecrans in com
n came pouring in with sufficient abundance, so that when orders arrived for the next movement, on the 3d of May, 1864, my division commanders, Stanley, Newton, and Wood, reported everything ready.
This very day Schofield's column, coming from Knoxville, made its appearance at Cleveland.
There was now the thrill of preparation, a new life everywhere.
Soldiers and civilians alike caught the inspiration.
Ringgold and Catoosa Springs, Georgia, were the points of concentration for Thomas's th