This link is provided by EVHS as a venue for local authors to publish their research or articles about Bartow County. (submissions must be devoted to historical Bartow events and may not be editorials, politically themed nor represent bias agendas)

Bartow Articles

Asa G. Candler “Bartow’s Connection to Coca Cola” – Joe F. Head

Bartow’s Mining Legacy – Staci Lusk, Intern

Bartow Burns and an Old Flame Revisited, Article 3 – Joe Head

Cartersville Railroad Car Manufacturing Age – Joe F. Head

Colonel Benjamin Hawkins’s 1796 Visit to Cass (Bartow) County – Keith S. Hébert

Emerson- Sandy Lusk

Etowah’s Camp Foster –  Joe F. Head

Emerson’s Forgotten Train Wreck – Joe F. Head

General Ormsby Mitchel – David Dundee

Kingston History: The Rome RailRoad “Y” – Larry Posey

Leake Mounds Site Article Series – Scot Keith  (1)

Mattie Lee Price, the Forgotten Georgia Wonder – Donna Lee Dicksson

Pleasure Trips to Bartow County’s Saltpeter Cave Following the Civil War – Joel M. Sneed

Prehistoric Etowah Valley Timeline at the Dabbs Dig –  Savana L. Deems and Terry G. Powis

Pretty Boy Floyd (July 13, 2003) – Dr. David Parker

Rebecca Felton, Columnist (March 31, 2002) – Dr. David Parker

Sam Jones, Columnist (Feb. 23, 2003) – Dr. David Parker

Sam Jones in Palestine   (May 18, 2003) – Dr. David Parker

The Battle of Allatoona Pass, Article 4 – Joe Head

The Civil War in Bartow County, Article 1 – Joe Head

The Decision to Abandon Cassville and Fall of Bartow, Article 2 – Joe Head

The Evolution of Schools in Bartow County, Georgia – Elyse Hoganson

The Great Locomotive Chase Sesquicentennial Celebration – Joe Head

The Heart of the Chase – Joe Head

The Last Family Foundry – Joe F Head

The Leake Site: The Earthworks – Scot Keith (2)

The Legend of Chain Gang Hill – Joe F Head

The Mysterious Rock Walls of Bartow County – J.B. Tate

The Yonah Blows Again – Joe F. Head

Uriah Stephens: Kingston’s Voice of Resistance – Joe F. Head

Where Was Sanfordville? – Sam Graham

1903 Gold Dome Court House History – Dr. David B. Parker

Bartow Bibliography Resource List – Dr. Keith Herbet, Auburn University

Bartow Short Stories

These Stories are historical excerpts and candid recollections of past events in Bartow County History. EVHS members are welcome to submit similar generational tales for consideration. Typically, these are historically documented incidences, family legends or creditable oral history that have been passed down via diaries, genealogy, research or newsprint.

Etowah River Historic Sites  In Bartow County, Georgia – David Archer

If you don’t eat it, I will (A Civil War Episode) -David Archer

Pioneer Citizen Recalled 1851 Cartersville (Civil War reflections)-David Archer

Service To State and Country Is Legendary In Bartow County -David Archer

Some History of Cartersville -David Archer

Visit To the Etowah Indian Mounds (General Sherman Visits Mounds) -David Archer