Volume III, No. 1 of the Kennesaw Gazette. A short-lived publication distributed monthly from 1978-80. The Kennesaw Gazette’s self-described intention was to “provide human interest stories about local events and people, humorous happenings, and special articles of interest about home related subjects” not covered by other daily or weekly publications. This edition features three cover stories: The Origin and Evolution of Easter; Cartersville Preserves History - Etowah Indian Mounds; and Acworth Continues Downtown Renovation Through HEARTH.
Kennesaw Gazette, April 1980, Kennesaw Gazette Collection, 1978-1980, SC/K/001, Kennesaw State University Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books.
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