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Chapter 13: Atlanta untenable losses during the siege Compared with those of Sherman,
held my Army in position on the north side of Atlanta.
The two corps below Camp creek having the ave necessitated the immediate abandonment of Atlanta or have shut up our Army in the pocket, or cu ur Army.
This plan for the speedy capture of Atlanta could have been executed with an insignifican ochee river, which flows within five miles of Atlanta, along the foot of the general slope from the he day I assumed command to the evacuation of Atlanta.
As I have already asserted, the number of m o it) in the series of engagements around Atlanta, Georgia, commencing July 4th, and ending July 31s es in Army of Tennessee in engagements around Atlanta and Fonesboro, from August 1st to September 1 ck to Alabama.
Gholsen's brigade remained at Atlanta until its evacuation.
It was, however, very oupe, Brigadier General and Chief of Staff at Atlanta.
Although the number of killed and wounde [27 more...]