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" Thomas' left. Johnston had left Dalton and General Howard entered it and pressed his rear. Nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable nature of the country, which made the passage of troops across the valley almost impossible. "
Past and Present of DeKalb County, Illinois - Page 232
by Lewis M. Gross, H. W. Fay - 1907
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Our regiment: A history of the 102d Illinois infantry ..., Volume 102, Part 4

Stephen F. Fleharty - United States - 1865 - 192 pages
...operations of his ariny, referring to the eventful days at Resaca, says: " Nothing saved Johnston's nrmy at Resaca, but the impracticable nature of the country,...Dalton, along the comparatively good roads constructed before hand, partly from the topographical nature of the country and partly from the foresight of the...
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Sherman and his campaigns: a military biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 512 pages
...southern extremity of Snake Creek Gap had effectually concealed the flank movement of the Union army, and nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable...of troops across the valley almost impossible. This enabled him to reach Resaca from Dal OPERATlONS ANDRES AC A M lio. ton along the comparatively good...
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Sherman and his campaigns; a military biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 520 pages
...southern extremity of Snake Creek Gap had effectually concealed the flank movement of the Union army, and nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable...of troops across the valley almost impossible. This enabled him to reach Resaca from Dal ; IVe|urrd br Brvl. Krig Ccn 1 (). M Vo*. TEN LESSEE ton along...
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Sherman and his campaigns: a military biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 512 pages
...southern extremity of Snake Creek Gap had effectually concealed the flank movement of the Union army, and nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable nature of the countrv, which made the passage of troops across the valley" almost impossible. This enabled him to...
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Annual Reports ...., Part 2

United States. War Dept - 1866
...General Thomas's left. Johnston had left Dalton, and General Howard entered it and pressed his rear. Nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable...the comparatively good roads constructed beforehand, paitly from the topographical nature of the country, and partly from the foresight of the rebel chief....
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The Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. U. S. Grant, from His Boyhood to the ...

Phineas Camp Headley, Ulysses Simpson Grant - United States - 1866 - 720 pages
...Nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable naturo of the country, which made tho passage of troops across the Valley almost impossible....beforehand, partly from the topographical nature of tho country, and partly from the foresight of the rebel chief. At all events, on 14th of May we found...
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History of De Kalb county, Illinois

Henry L. Boies - 1868
...his army, referring to the eventful days at Reseca, says : "Nothing saved Johnston's army at Reseca, but the impracticable nature of the country, which...almost impossible. This fact enabled his army to reach Reseca from Dalton, along the comparatively good roads constructed beforehand, partly from the topographical...
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The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents ..., Volume 11

Frank Moore - United States - 1868
...Dalton, and General Howard entered it and pressed his roar. Nothing saved Johnston's army at Reeaca but the impracticable nature of the country, which...the valley almost impossible. This fact enabled his array to reach Resaca from Dalton along the comparatively good roads conBTucted beforehand, partly...
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The Rebellion record: a diary of American events, with documents ..., Volume 8

Frank Moore - History - 1868
...General Thomas' left. Johnston had left Dalton, and General Howard entered it and pressed his rear. Nothing saved Johnston's army at Resaca but the impracticable nature of the country, which made the paesape of troops across the valley almost impossible. This fact enabled his army to reach Resaca from...
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The life and campaigns of general U.S. Grant, from boyhood to his ...

Phineas Camp Headley - 1869
...at Resaca but the impracticable nature of tho country, which made the passage of troops across tho Valley almost impossible. This fact enabled his army to reach Resaca from Dalton, along tho comparatively good roads constructed beforehand, partly from the topographical nature of the country,...
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