June 19, 1864. McPherson's army of the Tenn., left wing of Sherman's army, moved into this sector - the rugged terrain of Brushy mtn. - on the Kennesaw Mountain front.The 17th A.C. & Garrard's Cav. Were N.E. of this point; 15th & 16th, S.W Hood's A.C. & Wheeler's Cav. (E. of Kennesaw Mtn.) were opp. the 17th A.C.; Polk's A.C. (Loring), on the mtn.; Hardee's A.C. on Loring's left, S. of the mtn. June 21, Hood was shifted to Hardee's left - prolonging the line S. to the Powder Springs road, leaving Wheeler's Cav. To hold the Confederate right. For two weeks, Kennesaw mountain was the strategic point of the Confederate position.