The brigade remained here behind their works until the 30th. Of those 3 weeks, Lowrey wrote,
The time spent here was remarkably quiet. There was some shelling and slight skirmishing, from which I lost 2 killed and 6 wounded. On the morning of the 30th I moved to the left of East Point, went into position, and employed the day in constructing works, but late in the evening I was ordered farther to the left and halted for a short rest.
The brigade with the rest of the corps marched overnight, arriving at Jonesboro just before dawn on the 31st. Within hours, Cleburne's men will be in the midst of a 2-day battle against Sherman's army, which will take a heavy toll and ultimately result in the fall of Atlanta.