“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Acworth, Georgia

Clickable Map of Cobb County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Cobb County, GA (208) Bartow County, GA (129) Cherokee County, GA (6) Douglas County, GA (3) Fulton County, GA (463) Paulding County, GA (43)  CobbCounty(208) Cobb County (208)  BartowCounty(129) Bartow County (129)  CherokeeCounty(6) Cherokee County (6)  DouglasCounty(3) Douglas County (3)  FultonCounty(463) Fulton County (463)  PauldingCounty(43) Paulding County (43)
Marietta is the county seat for Cobb County
Acworth is in Cobb County
      Cobb County (208)  
      Bartow County (129)  
      Cherokee County (6)  
      Douglas County (3)  
      Fulton County (463)  
      Paulding County (43)  
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1Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — 033-31 — Dallas – Acworth Road
June 2, 1864. The rt. of Johnston’s Dallas - New Hope line -- a short distance E. of road, was held by Bate’s Div. of Hardee’s Corps [CS] after being pressed back by Fed. 23d A. C. June 3. Walker’s Div. of Hardee, prolonged Bate’s line N. E., . . . Map (db m17015) HM
2Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — 033-33 — Hood & Hardee Withdraw E. to R.R.New Hope & Gilgal Church Road.
June 2-4, 1864. Hood’s A.C. was posted 1 mi. W. & Hardee’s A. C. was aligned along Dallas - Acworth rd., N. 1.5 mi to Burnt Hickory rd. - Confederate center & rt. These corps withdrew, along with rest of Johnston’s forces [CS], when the Federal 23d . . . Map (db m17016) HM
3Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — 033-32 — James Foster HouseOld Burnt Hickory Road
On June 2, 1864 pressure on right of Johnston’s line [CS] by 23rd A. C. [US] forced the rt. of Hardee’s Corps [CS] E. of the Dallas - Acworth road, enabling Schofield [US] to gain a position near the Foster House. Failing to get promised support . . . Map (db m17003) HM
4Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — Peters-Davenport Housecirca 1838
Dr. James Peters built his family’s homestead here. The original house was a very early version of a two-room frame structure with two doors and two chimneys. Outbuildings included a barn, well, privy, and summer kitchen. The original rooms had 10" . . . Map (db m30655) HM
5Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — 033-29 — Site ~ Mason’s Bridge
June 4, 1864. Ireland’s (3d) Brigade, Geary’s (2d) Div., 20th A.C., [US] seized, repaired & held Mason’s Bridge, which had been wrecked by Confederate forces retreating eastward. June 6. The Army of the Cumberland, [US] commanded by Maj. Gen. . . . Map (db m60588) HM
6Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — 033-30 — Site of Old Allatoona Church
Extreme left of Federal line on the Dallas - New Hope front where Johnston’s & Sherman’s forces had been in daily conflict since May 25, 1864. June 3. Hovey’s (1st) Div., 23d A. C. [US] drove Armstrong’s cavalry [CS] from the road, thereby . . . Map (db m30259) HM
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7Georgia (Cobb County), Acworth — 033-34 — The Wm. Nickols House
Hardee’s Corps [CS] marched by this road to points S. of New Hope Ch., from Stegall's Station (Emerson) May 23, 24, 1864. Hood’s Corps [CS] followed Hardee’s, May 24, 25, from Etowah River (at R. R. Bridge), reaching New Hope Ch. in time to check . . . Map (db m206288) HM
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Oct. 2, 2022