By the 11th week of Sherman's march, his total war campaign becomes apparent. Sherman intends to take Atlanta by the Fourth of July, despite delays at Kennesaw Mountain. On July 2, he bypasses Johnston, who withdraws toward the Chattahoochee. Atlantans panic; streets swarm. Union armies decimate fences and crops, stealing food and livestock. Sherman's men burn two textile mills and send 600 workers north as prisoners. Soon, eighty percent of Atlanta's residents are refugees.