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Chapter 9: Kenesaw ungenerous treatment of Thomas inaccurate statements. There wa
ate on the flank, and force the evacuation of Kenesaw without a battle, exactly as was done a few d ed on a line parallel with the enemy south of Kenesaw.
I think that Allatoona and the line of the movement, and promptly abandoned Marietta and Kenesaw.
I expected as much, for by the earliest daw c close by our camp.
I directed the glass on Kenesaw, and saw some of our pickets crawling up the the bloody cost of assaulting the position at Kenesaw, General Sherman concluded to flank it by ext e promptly, and as a matter of course, let go Kenesaw and Marietta without a fight.
In answer to the enemy to withdraw part of his force from Kenesaw to strengthen the flank in front of Schofield re army from the extreme left, at the base of Kenesaw to the right, below Olley's Creek, and stretc Chattahoochee.
Of course he chose to let go Kenesaw and Marietta, and fall back on an intrenched [8 more...] [2 more...]