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9 edition of History of Marietta found in the catalog.

History of Marietta

by Summers, Thomas Jefferson, 1876-1952.

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Published by Leader Publishing Co., Printers in Marietta, Ohio .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Marietta (Ohio)
    • Subjects:
    • Marietta (Ohio) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Thos. J. Summers ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF499.M3 S9
      The Physical Object
      Pagination5 p. l., 328 p.
      Number of Pages328
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6924696M
      LC Control Number03004989
      OCLC/WorldCa819517

      With Union troops closing in on the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia, in early April , President Jefferson Davis and the rest of his government fled southward, allegedly carrying with Author: Sarah Pruitt. Historic Harmar Village is across the river from downtown Marietta. We chose to walk across the old railroad bridge that evening, and was very nice. The village is quaint, some shops and restaurants, and well worth the stop if in Marietta. Several old railway cars and old /5(17).

        Nearly a century later, in a book on the history of Marietta and Washington County published in by Seymour J. Hathaway, Hildreth is introduced thusly: “No preface is necessary in an outline of the life of Dr. Samuel P. Hildreth. The reader already knows him.”Author: David C. Dewitt.   Lynne Sturtevant is the owner of Hidden Marietta, a tour company focusing on the town's fascinating past. A dynamic and popular speaker, Ms. Sturtevant offers presentations and special programs throughout the year. She is also the author of Haunted Marietta: History and Mystery in Ohio's Oldest City, available at fine shops and : TheHistoryPress.

      Location. Fifth Street Marietta, OH Map and Directions. Phone: Service Desk - x Youth Services Desk - x Fax: Marietta, GA - Years of research and hard work by Doug and Rachel Frey produced a lovingly restored Victorian house. Now comes a coffee-table book on some of the city's oldest homes and the people Author: Paul Shea.


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History of Marietta by Summers, Thomas Jefferson, 1876-1952. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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A small cluster of homes near the Cherokee town of Kennesaw were reported as early as An early road in what would become Cobb County crossed the "Shallow Ford" of the Chattahoochee and ran just south of these settlers.

Since SeptemberHistory of Marietta book Prize-winning author David McCullough visited Marietta College multiple times as he conducted research for his book, The Pioneers, which was released on May 7, In the book, McCullough tells the story of a group of New Englanders, led by The Rev.

Manasseh Cutler, who in the late 18th century ventured into the History of Marietta book Territory — now Ohio — to create.

Historically preceded by the community's Muskingum Academy, established intoday's College was chartered inand the first president was the Rev. Joel H. Linsley. In the years before the Civil War, its students absorbed the city's ethic of supporting abolitionism.

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This book is the best publication of it's type for Marietta since "The First Hundred Years". Not only are the pictures exquisite, the efforts by Doug Frey to come up with stories of the families and their homes make this historical effort so much more than a coffee table book.

A 5/5(11). Lynne Sturtevant is the owner of Hidden Marietta, a tour company focusing on the town's fascinating past. A dynamic and popular speaker, Ms. Sturtevant offers presentations and special programs throughout the year.

She is also the author of Haunted Marietta: History and Mystery in Ohio's Oldest City, available at fine shops and online.5/5(6).

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Marietta is a city in, and the county seat of, Washington County, Ohio, United States. Duringpioneers to the Ohio Country established Marietta as the first permanent settlement of the new United States in the Territory Northwest of the River ta is located in southeastern Ohio at the mouth of the Muskingum River at its confluence with the Ohio River 11 miles northeast of County: Washington.

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The Times publishing two books on Marietta’s history A new page book that is a must-have for anyone that treasures the history of the area. Featuring scores of never published photos. The Marietta Museum of History exhibits the history of the city and county.

The museum is home to thousands of artifacts including items from Marietta residents and businesses. The Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum, also called "Scarlett on the Square", houses a collection of memorabilia related to Gone with the Wind, both the book and the : Cobb.

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The book is available for purchase in the city's Purchasing Department, located on the lobby level of City Hall, Lawrence Street and at locations around the downtown Square, including the Marietta Welcome Center, Church Street Market, Gone with the Wind Museum, and Marietta Museum of History.

Old Marietta (O.M.), Marietta, Georgia. 23K likes. Vintage Photos of Old Marietta and Cobb County (Accuracy as close as possible, not guaranteed) THERE are 40 ALBUMS and over 8, PHOTOS - /5(91). Learn the history of Georgia & the significant people who made it a great state.

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S Lynne Sturtevant is a talented author and public speaker. She is a native Ohioan and daughter of late Muskingum College History Professor, Dr. David R. Sturtevant/5. The Marietta Daily Journal’s new book, “History in Focus, A Photo Collection of Cobb County’s Past” is the perfect gift for any occasion.

The book gives a historic glimpse into the. The Marietta Museum of History is dedicated to maintaining a safe space for our reopening and beyond. Please read our Procedures and Plans before visiting the Museum.

The Beginning. ’s: Kennesaw’s history begins when the Georgia Legislature authorized the construction of a rail line through Cobb County. Known as the Western and Atlantic Railroad, its 20 miles of track stretched from Terminus (Atlanta) to Cartersville by The book of Marietta: being a condensed, accurate and reliable record of the important events in the history of the city of Marietta, in the state of Ohio, from the time of its earliest settlement by the first pioneers of the Ohio Land Company on April 7th, to the present time Family History Library.

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