Brushy Mountain Line
It was built in the first days of June 1864, by the Confederate army in Cobb County early in the Atlanta Campaign to defend the city from an invasion by Union troops. Its eastern end was at Brushy Mountain (Cobb County)|Brushy Mountain north of Marietta and southeast of Big Shanty. The west-southwest end was first at Lost Mountain, then was moved east along Mud Creek.
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