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Chapter 32: battle of Kolb's Farm and Kenesaw The weather continued stormy, and it was not until June 22, 1864, that any positive advan
al A. S. Williams.
This battle of Kolb's Farm was wholly on the Kenesaw line extended southward.
Sherman, on account of guerrilla and cav impregnable part was in the natural fortress of the south slope of Kenesaw.
The intrenchments or breastworks everywhere, whatever ypu call d as to give against us both direct and cross fires.
To my eye, Kenesaw there, at the middle bend of Johnston's long line, was more diffic his losses were hardly ever as great as ours; so that, I think, at Kenesaw he had as many men as at Resaca.
My judgment is confirmed by the determined attacks and repulses at different points all along the Kenesaw line during June 27th.
General Sherman's field orders notified 27th.
I recall, in general, the character of the country near to Kenesaw, mostly wild, hilly, and rugged, and thickly covered with virgin t