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The Dalton-Atlanta operations. General Joseph E. Johnston. It is stated on page 24 of General
port and memoirs, that the Confederate army at Dalton was brought to the verge of ruin by his moveme aking of roads by which the Southern troops at Dalton could reach Resaca before their antagonists.
r result than that gained — the abandonment of Dalton by the Southern army.
Rocky Face, instead of covering Dalton, completely covered the Federal flank march to Snake Creek gap, and, therefore, was s the impression that the position in front of Dalton was very strong, and he says in his report (pa nd, therefore, few deaths by sickness south of Dalton.
These proofs show that the estimate on page offset to his numerical superiority.
Between Dalton and Atlanta, one sees but two semblances of mo e, which covered the march by which he flanked Dalton and Kenesaw, less than two miles long.
The co those attainable, indicate that it was not. At Dalton, only the southern left flank was covered by R [4 more...]