Battle of Kennesaw Mountain


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Confederate artillery on the heights of Kennesaw Mountain rains shells down on General Logan’s Union troops as they mass for their assault on the morning of June 27, 1864. Sherman’s plan called for a diversionary move against Kennesaw Mountain on the Confederate left. The main assault was to be made at the Confederate center, along the Burnt Hickory Road, and south of the Dallas Road, now called Cheatham Hill. Both attacks were brief bloody failures.

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