Category Archives: Atlanta

Allatoona Pass Civil War Battlefield

 There is so much history in our country! It doesn’t matter where you live because you can find something about how our nation was born and shaped throughout the years anywhere.  Allatoona Pass is a civil war battlefield in Cartersville, … Continue reading

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Allatoona Pass

Allatoona Pass is a small battlefield in Cartersville Georgia that took place on October 5, 1864.   This house was used as a hospital during the battle and is still owned by the same family! There’s bullet holes and blood … Continue reading

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Atlanta GA

Atlanta has so much history that it’s hard to put it all in one post!   Atlanta is the home of the Martin Luther King Center. This is where you can see the history of the civil war movement and … Continue reading

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Oak Hill Cemetery

Last Saturday Nathan and I went to Oak Hill cemetery because he read there was a civil war genreal buried there.   There are some famous Cartersville residents also buried there.  One resident was Sam Jones.  He was one of the … Continue reading

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Cooper’s Furnace

Nathan and I went to Cooper’s Furnace yesterday.  It was an iron works during the civil war. It was built by Jacob Stroup in the 1830’s and then purchased by Mark Cooper, a politician, after losing the election for governor … Continue reading

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