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Kennesaw Mountain On The Verge Of Adding 8 Acres — And More History

From WABE: 

"After more than a decade of trying, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is likely – finally – going to get to grow.

The park stands to add two historic sites from the Civil War that would allow the park, which now mostly focuses on the Confederate Army’s side of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, to tell a broader story.

The Wallis House, a white painted old farmhouse set back from the road on a little weedy hill, is one of those sites. It was built in 1853, said Nancy Walther, superintendent of Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield." READ MORE