An 1891 lithograph of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain by Kurz & Allison
Cotton workers in Mableton, around 1900
F-47 Thunderbolt – 128th Fighter Squadron – Marietta Army Airfield, 1946
Kennesaw State University
Glover Park Bell, on the square in Marietta
Union Trenches at Kennesaw Mountain, 1864
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
Metro Atlanta
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Cobb County Government Building
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Sope Creek Ruins
Silver Comet Trail and bike path
Cobb County landmark and reference point "The Big Chicken"
Historic Downtown Marietta

Elsewhere, however, partisan loyalties remained extremely strong, so that Harding’s gain was less than most other Southern states and Georgia surpassed Louisiana – where a major anti-Wilson revolt was occurring at the polls in Acadiana – as the third-most Democratic state behind Mississippi and South Carolina.

- 1920 United States presidential election in Georgia

The revolt in Acadiana, however, was sufficient to drop Louisiana to Cox’ fourth-best state behind Georgia as well as South Carolina and Mississippi (as was typical in the “Solid South” era).

- 1920 United States presidential election in Louisiana

Before 1960, it was a typical "Solid South" Democratic county, except when Warren G. Harding came close to carrying it in 1920, and when Herbert Hoover won it by nine points due to anti-Catholic voting against Al Smith in 1928.

- Cobb County, Georgia

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