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by Joe McTyre,Rebecca Nash Paden

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ISBN: 0738541648
Author: Joe McTyre,Rebecca Nash Paden
Language: English
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (September 19, 2005)
Pages: 128
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.7
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James Bolan Glover V, Joe McTyre, and Rebecca Nash Paden. For 165 years, Marietta has played an important role in both the government and growth of the state of Georgia. Established as the seat of Cobb County in 1834, Marietta has grown from a celebrated resort town into a thriving, prosperous community.

Rebecca Nash Paden, a freelance writer and historian, has worked as a reporter for the Atlanta Constitution and owns Historic Marietta Tours, Inc. Their combined interest in Marietta's unique heritage makes this a captivating tribute-a must-read for all who call the city home.

Cobb County Highlights. This transparency center provides a central location to find much of the information you may need related to open government and feedback. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is January 20. Audition to help honor the life of a great American. Record Restriction and Job Expo Event.

Historic Roswell Georgia - Joe McTyre. Images were gathered from private individuals, churches, newspapers, and museums. This book provides an overview of Roswell from its establishment of a successful textile industry through its development as one of Atlanta’s most desirable suburban locations. The volume contains more than 200 pictures, maps, drawings, and documents, many previously unpublished, from the area’s beginnings to significant early 21st-century events. Contemporary photographs were made by one of Atlanta’s outstanding photographers.

a b Paden, Rebecca Nash; McTyre, Joe (2005). Images of America: Cobb County. p. 49. ISBN 0-7385-4164-8.

During this same time, and into the early 1950s J. Dennis Kemp became concerned about the lack of library resources in unincorporated areas of Cobb County and went to the county commissioner to see if library outreach could be afforded to these communities. a b Paden, Rebecca Nash; McTyre, Joe (2005).

Cobb County Public Library System. The Cobb County Public Library System (CCPLS) is a system of 16 public libraries in Cobb County, Georgia, USA - excluding its second-largest city of Smyrna, which runs its own Smyrna Public Library. org is the online database of all CCPLS holdings. The CCPLS uses an interlibrary loan system between all 16 branches, and allows for loan requests from other counties and areas through WorldCat.

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Cumberland Island is Georgia native Patricia Barefoot's third title to be featured in Arcadia's Images of America series. She has previously authored Brunswick: The City by the Sea and St. Marys and Camden County, both of which enjoyed popular support

Cumberland Island is Georgia native Patricia Barefoot's third title to be featured in Arcadia's Images of America series. Marys and Camden County, both of which enjoyed popular support. Barefoot's love of the enchanting Georgia shore is apparent in another volume that captures the area's most remarkable qualities.

Cobb County was a wilderness of virgin forests and unspoiled vistas inhabited by the Creek and Cherokee Indians when the first settlers began arriving in the early 1800s. Farms, railroads, booming trade, new houses, schools and churches, and industrial development soon marked the area. After the state land lottery in 1832, wagonloads of people poured into the new county, encroaching on American Indian lands. The federal government’s removal of the Native Americans, construction of the state-owned railroad, and the Civil War greatly affected Cobb County in the 1800s. Reconstruction and the Great Depression forced a severe economic downturn on the entire South, and the area lagged behind the rest of the nation until after World War II. Unprecedented growth in the last half of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st has boosted Cobb’s economic stance and its place as the fourth largest county in Georgia.

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