Carroll County Confederate Monument
Backstory and Context
Carrollton Georgian, Carroll Free Press and Atlanta Constitution 1910, 1958 and 1976
David N. Wiggins, Georgia’s Confederate Monuments & Cemeteries, Charleston, South Carolina Arcadia Publishing, 2006
“Carroll County Remembers Her Confederate Veterans,” Heritage of Carroll County, Georgia, 2001.
Marietta, Georgia City DirectoryErnest Everett Blevins, “Carroll County Confederate Monument Rededication and Brochure Unveiling,” The Georgia Confederate, Vol. 25, No. 6 (July-August 2010), 8-9.
“Carroll County Confederate Monument Celebrates 100 Years” Carroll StarNews Online Edition, May 2010 http://starnewsga.com/latest/carroll-county-Confederate-monument-celebrates-100-years
Ernest Everett Blevins, “Carroll County Confederate Monument Celebrates 100 Years” Civil War Courier, Vol. 24 No. 12, (April 2010), 3.
Ernest Everett Blevins, Brochure, “History of the Carroll County Monument (Revision of 2010),” Carrollton, Georgia (2011)
Ernest Everett Blevins, Brochure, “History of the Carroll County Monument,” Carrollton, Georgia (2010)
Ernest Everett Blevins, Photograph of Confederate Monument 100th Anniversary, Carroll [Carrollton, Georgia] StarNews, Vol. 16, No. 5 (6 June 2010), 25.
Ernest Everett Blevins,Always Looking North: Carroll County Confederate Monument Documentary (October 2010) researched, filmed and edited, premiered Dixie Film Festival, Athens, Georgia, October 2010. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAx9pPdRkF8