Special Edition

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
April 28, 1898 Page :
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Special Edition

This is an 8 page special edition that contains sketches of many of Bartow Counties citizens. Most sketches contain birth information and marriage information and pen and ink portraits.

Page 9: Descriptive article on Bartow County.

Sketch of Bill Arp [Charles Henry Smith]

Article of Cartersville

Sketch of Dr. W. H. Felton

Page 10:

Prominent citizens in Cartersville:

Sketch of H. E. Cary, John W. Davis, Mrs. Laura Forrester, Young Bros., T. R. Jones, A. M. Puckett, P. S. Shelman. [continued on page 14]

Page 11:

Leading Women:

Sketch of Mrs. Charles H. Smith, Miss Mary Wikle, Mrs. Florence J. Harris, Miss Marian Smith, Miss Viola Stanford, Mrs. Charles Wallace, Mrs. Sam P. Jones, Mrs. John W. Akin, Mrs. Wm. H. Felton, Miss Katharine Hall, Mrs. Thomas Corley, Mrs. D. B. Freeman.

Page 12:

Article on Secret Orders in Cartersville.

Page 13:

Article on Schools of Cartersville.

Page 14:

Continuation of Prominent Citizens: J. W. Vaughan, M. F. Word, Collins Bros., L. S. Munford, Moses Scheuer, Stanford Bros.

Page 15:

Article on Cartersville Churches.

Article on P. M. B. Young CampóBartow County Confederate Veterans. Includes a sketch of D. B. Freeman, youngest soldier in the Confederacy at age 10.

Page 16:

Article on Fire Department, including a sketch of Walter R. Satterfield, Chief of Cartersville Fire Department.


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