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The struggle for Atlanta. by Oliver O. Howard, Major-General, U. S. A. The forces under Genera
as, on the pivot, taking the shortest line to Atlanta; McPherson, on the outer flank, coming by Ros McPherson's left, had gone diagonally toward Atlanta, sweeping the hostile cavalry of Wheeler befo ets and well secured by infantry supports.
Atlanta appeared to us like a well-fortified citadel n as Hood, from a prominent point in front of Atlanta, beheld Hardee's lines emerging from the thic n to attack Logan all along the east front of Atlanta.
At the time, I sat beside Schofield and She rps, in the Foreground.
From the Panorama of Atlanta.
till night, when Hood again yielded the as, in order to throw itself forward close to Atlanta on the south-west side, near Ezra Church.
Sk and thoroughly repulsed.
Hood now abandoned Atlanta, and united with Hardee in the vicinity of Jo Etowah.
Now, leaving one corps, Slocum's, at Atlanta, he followed Hood with the remainder of his f [6 more...]