June 27, 1864. At 8 A.M., five brigades assaulted the Confederates of Hardee's Corps, posted on the wooded ridge across the valley eastward. From left to right there were: Kimball's, Wagner's & Harker's brigades, Newton's div. 4th A. C.; McCook's & Mitchell's brigades, Davis' div., 14th A. C. — all Army of the Cumberland troops [US].
Kimball & Wagner struck Cleburne's left; Harker, McCook & Mitchell centered on the salient angle at the right of Cheatham's div. The assaults were in parallel regimental columns. These & similar ones, at the same time, by 3 brigades at Kennesaw Mtn. 2.5 mi. N., failed to break Johnston's line [CS].