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Reference to the Official Records and to the map clearly indicates that the IV
Corps was proceeding toward Kingston along the ... Hooker's XX Corps followed
and formed opposite Polk's Corps in the Confederate center, facing the village of
NEW HOPE CHURCH By May 24, the three Federal armies were closing in on
Dallas in accordance with Sherman's plan, Hooker's XX Corps leading Thomas'
Army of the Cumberland through Stilesboro and Burnt Hickory, while Schofield ...
Johnson then followed Baird across Peachtree Creek and Palmer's XIV Corps
realigned itself south of the creek, with Davis on the right, Baird in the center, and
Johnson on the left, next to Hooker's XX Corps to the east. Palmer's movements ...
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The Campaign for Atlanta by William Scaife and William Erquitt is an excellent work written by local historians covering the Civil War Campaign. This work is extensive and covers all of the battles including local maps far superior to those produced at West Point.
The Coverage of the battle of Utoy Creek is the most important of the overlooked engagements of the Campaign.
This work is a must to add to your library on the Siege and campaign for Atlanta.
Leonard P. Bennett, Jr.
Lieutenant Colonel, Logistics Corps