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The Kennesaw House, Marietta, Georgia USA
Georgia, USA
In 1862 this hotel, and the one owned by the Cole's across the street hosted James Andrews and most of his raiders as they plotted the Great Locomotive Chase. During much of the time after the chase the building was used as a hospital, as were most of the buildings in the Atlanta area that were near a railroad.
Copyright: James womack
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Uploaded: 03/06/2013
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Tags: kennesaw house; marietta; ga; civil war; andrews raid; hotel; hospital
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