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The Battle of Atlanta

by Grenville Mellen Dodge

The southwestern campaign -- Letter of General Dodge to his father [on the battle of Pea Ridge] -- The battle of Atlanta -- Letter to General Raum [correcting some statements in his description of the battle of Atlanta] -- The Indian campaigns of 1864-65 -- The Indian campaigns of 1865-66 -- Campaign up the Tennessee River valley -- The Army of the Tennessee -- The campaign in the West -- A talk to old comrades -- General Grant -- Use of block-houses during the Civil War -- An incident of the war [execution of the Confederate spy, Samuel Davis] -- Gen. G.M. Dodge on the water cure -- Misplaced sympathy.

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