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The Old Glover Tannery, Marietta, Georgia USA
Atlanta
This is old Glover Tannery Ruins on Kennesaw Avenue in Marietta. It was owned by Marietta’s first mayor, John H. Glover. About a block or two away is a hill. Not too many people know of it, but it was Hangman’s Hill. People sentenced to be executed by hanging met their end there. And another thing interesting about the Hangman’s Hill, the people hung are buried there, in unmarked graves.
Copyright: James womack
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Uploaded: 07/05/2012
Updated: 21/07/2014
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Tags: glover tannery; tannery; civil war; historic; marietta; georgia
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