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  Rome, Georgia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rome is the largest city in and county seat of Floyd County, Georgia, United States.
It is a namesake of Rome, Italy, because it was built on seven hills, and has a replica of the statue of Romulus and Remus nursing from a mother wolf, a gift from the original Rome.
Rome was officially settled after the removal of the Cherokee Indians on the Trail of Tears.
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 Encyclopedia article: Rome, Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Rome is the largest city (A large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts) in Floyd County, Georgia (additional info and facts about Floyd County, Georgia), and is its county seat (The town or city that is the seat of government for a county).
Rome was settled after the removal of the Cherokee Indians (additional info and facts about Cherokee Indians) on the Trail of Tears (additional info and facts about Trail of Tears).
Rome is the home of two private, liberal arts colleges, Berry College (additional info and facts about Berry College) (located in Mount Berry (additional info and facts about Mount Berry)) and Shorter College.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/r/ro/rome,_georgia.htm   (793 words)

 Rome - Information, Maps, Facts, What to do, Links, and much more.
Rome (Italian and Latin Roma) is the capital city of Italy, and of its Lazio region.
Rome is today one of the most important tourist destinations of the world, due to its immense heritage of archaeological and artistic treasures, as well as for its unique traditions and the beauty of its views and its "villas" (parks).
The Bishop of Rome is the Pope, in his pastoral activity strictly applicable to the city, he is assisted by a vicar (usually a cardinal).
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 (Marshall Forest Rome, Georgia)
Rome is the home to Marshall Forest - the only virgin forest with in a city's limits in the United States.
On October 12, 1966, the Marshall Forest was dedicated as a National Natural Landmark, the first of its kind in the state of Georgia.
Friends of the Marshall Forest is a local group who, with the Georgia Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, manage the park.
www.romegeorgia.com /marshall.html   (336 words)

 Athens-Clarke County Planning Department - ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION IN GEORGIA: A Case Study: Athens, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Located in Northwest Georgia at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, the City of Rome serves as the seat of Floyd County and as the regional center for a six-county area.
Rome is one of three communities selected as a trial site for a study designed to quantify the economic benefits of historic preservation in the state of Georgia.
Rome's suburbs and industrial sectors expanded rapidly during the 1870s, and prior to the turn-of-the-century, Rome's growth resulted in an expansion of its corporate limits and a shift in the economic base to manufacturing, especially metalwork and cast iron production.
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 Encyclopedia: Macon, Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It lies near the geographic center of Georgia, approximately 80 miles (129 km) south of Atlanta, hence the city's nickname as the Heart of Georgia.
Macon is, next to Atlanta, the most important railway centre in the state, being served by the Southern, the Central of Georgia, the Georgia, the Georgia Southern and Florida, the Macon Dublin and Savannah, and the Macon and Birmingham railways.
The Central of Georgia Railroad was then built through Oglethorpe in the 1850s, and the assembly called for a referendum on moving the seat in February of both 1854 and 1856.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Macon,-Georgia   (386 words)

 Georgia Fast Facts and Trivia
Georgia is the nations number one producer of the three Ps--peanuts, pecans, and peaches.
Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River.
Georgia is often called the Empire State of the South and is also known as the Peach State and Cracker State.
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 Rome, GA - Georgia Florists, buy flowers from your local full service retail flower shops and florist serving Rome , GA ...
Rome, Georgia Florists have been brought to you by Flower Shop Network, a directory of United States and Canadian florists.
It is vitally important that you provide Rome, Georgia Florists with accurate, detailed information regarding the name and address of the person to whom you are sending flowers.
When placing an order for Delivery in Rome, Georgia, it is usually wise to keep the order simple, the less specific you are in your request, the less room for error.
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 Rome, Georgia 1861-1865
Rome is in Floyd County, Georgia, at the confluence of the Etowah and Oostanaula Rivers, which forms the Coosa River.
Note: "A History of Rome and Floyd County," by George M. Battey, Jr, copyright 1922, (and reprinted in 1994 by Cherokee Publishing Co.); and "All Roads to Rome," by Roger Aycock, copyright 1981, are excellent histories of Rome.
Rome was a very lively place, and soldiers were seen on the streets day and night.
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 Rome City School
Thank you for your interest in Rome City Schools, where a superior academic program is the top priority of the School Board, administration, staff and faculty.
Rome City students are continually receiving special honors and awards that reflect the high quality of instruction in the educational programs.
Rome High's SAT average rises by 30 points.
www.rcs.rome.ga.us   (117 words)

 Claremont House Bed & Breakfast - Rome, Georgia - BBOnline.com / Introduction
Southern Hospitality awaits you in historic Rome, Georgia.
Rome's Claremont House was built in 1882 and listed on the Historical Register as the finest example of Victorian Gothic architecture in the state of Georgia.
Rome is located in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
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 Chieftains Museum, Rome, Georgia
Two hundred years ago the town was probably the largest in the dwindling Cherokee Nation and home to Major Ridge, a leader of the Cherokee Nation.
The widow who won the house in the Georgia Lottery of 1832 sold it for $5000.00 to Augustus Verdery.
All of the photographs, graphics and text on Roadside Georgia (http://roadsidegeorgia.com) are © Copyright 1994-2002 by Golden Ink unless otherwise noted.
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 Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, Georgia
After "The Trail of Tears," the new city of Rome began discussing a cemetery and Thomas A. Alexander and Daniel S. Printup began a search.
Their graves, at the base of the hill near the entrance, form a silent tribute to the men, both Union and Confederate, who made the ultimate sacrifice during "The Late Unpleasantness".
The statue the citizens of Rome erected in honor of Nathan Bedford Forrest, who defeated a larger group of Union soldiers sent to raid the city, is now on display here.
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 georgia.gov - City of Rome
Rome, the county seat of Floyd County, was incorporated as a city December 29, 1847.
It has been said that five travelers met at a spring in Rome, agreeing that it would be a fine place to start a city.
Colonel Daniel R. Mitchell, who stated that the landscape of the city reminded him of Rome, Italy, drew the name.
rome.georgia.gov   (104 words)

 The Lightning Mule Brigade -- Attack on Rome, Georgia
On April 10, 1863, probably few people in Rome Georgia were aware that Union Colonel Abel D. Streight was loading four regiments of infantry, two companies of cavalry, two mountain howitzers, with all their equipment, arms and ammunition, plus over 700 noisy, cranky, foul-smelling mules onto a small flotilla of boats.
A native of Rome but now living in Gadsden, he had seen the Yankees in Gadsden, watched them smash his ferry boat on the Coosa River, and made up his mind that someone had to warn Rome.
As a result of this raid the city of Rome built a string of forts on the hills around the city.
ngeorgia.com /history/lightningmule.html   (1161 words)

 Official Home of the Rome Braves
Rome, GA - The Rome Braves have announced the 2006 promotional schedule which includes many new promotional nights as well as familiar favorites to make it the most extensive promotional calendar to date.
Rome, GA – After being reported missing a few weeks ago, Romey has returned to home to State Mutual Stadium.
Not only did the much-loved mascot of the Rome Braves return to town, he brought a friend along with him.
www.romebraves.com   (266 words)

 Confederate Burials at the Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, Georgia
Born in Blount County, Tennessee, died in Rome, Georgia.
Born Abbeville District, South Carolina; died Rome, Georgia.
Born Jefferson, Jackson County, Georgia, died Rome, Georgia.
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 Rome Georgia Braves - Rome $U   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Rome Braves - 755 Braves Boulevard - Rome, Georgia 30161 Office (706) 368-9388 - Fax (706) 368-6525 - Tickets (706) 378-5144 For questions or...
This is the official website for Q102 Radio in Rome, Georgia.
...in Rome, Georgia and play their home games in the 5000-seat State Mutual Stadium, which opened April 11, 2003.
www.chiphi-zeta.com /rome-georgia-braves.html   (315 words)

 Rome Homes for Sale. Real Estate in Rome, Georgia
Browse Homes.com for Rome, Georgia homes for sale, Rome GA Real Estate Agents or real estate agents, plus Rome, GA apartments and houses for rent.
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So whether you are wondering what your home value is, looking for an agent to help you buy or sell your real estate, or just looking to browse properties in your area, it's all right here.
www.homes.com /Real_Estate/GA/City/ROME   (196 words)

 National City Guide | Rome City Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Rome City Guide is standards-compliant CSS and XHTML.
It is our pleasure to provide residents of Rome with city guide related news and information.
We appreciate our members in Rome helping us to make this network one of the fastest growing city guides in the nation.
www.nationalcityguide.net /georgia/rome   (79 words)

 American Civil Liberties Union : Voting Rights Advocates Hail Court Decision in Georgia Photo ID Case
ATLANTA - In a major victory for Georgia voters, a federal judge today blocked a controversial new law that dramatically restricts the types of photo identification that may be used when voting.
In granting the preliminary injunction, the court held - among other things - that the plaintiffs have a substantial likelihood of succeeding on the merits of their claims that the photo ID requirement is an unconstitutional burden on the right to vote and constitutes a poll tax.
The lawsuit was filed against state and local election officials and asked the federal court to declare H.B. 244 "unconstitutional, null and void," and issue both a preliminary and permanent injunction against implementation of the law.
www.aclu.org /VotingRights/VotingRights.cfm?ID=19277&c=32   (568 words)

 Rome, GA Hotels - cheap hotels in Rome Georgia
Rome, GA, Hotels Booking Information: Making a reservation at a hotel in Rome at one of our great discount rates is easy and safe with USAHotelGuide.com.
Reservations at hotels in Rome, Georgia, can also be made over the phone by calling Toll Free 1-800-305-6863.
Compare discount Rome hotel rates for all Rome hotels and Rome accommodations.
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 Area Map of Rome, Georgia - Georgia Mapsite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Rome, Georgia area map produced by the Georgia MapSite team from USGS Relief data.
This area map of Rome has been selected to show the landform geography and location of Rome, Georgia.
If you wish to use more than three (3) maps from our site, or for any greater customization, please refer to the original source where the raw map information is available.
www.georgia-mapsite.com /us_ga_rome_ar.html   (166 words)

 Chieftains Museum Major Ridge Home
The mission of the Chieftains Museum / Major Ridge Home is to preserve and interpret the heritage represented by the Chieftains house and campus, a National Historic Landmark.
The Chieftains Museum / Major Ridge Home is proud to announce the presentation of Native Lands: Indians and Georgia, a major exhibition exploring the history and culture of the Cherokee, Creek, and Mississippian Indians.
The exhibition will appear at Chieftains at 505 Riverside Parkway in Rome, Georgia from April 9 th through October 22 nd.
www.chieftainsmuseum.org   (326 words)

 Coosa Valley Technical College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Quick Start and Georgia’s technical colleges are both part of the Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education.
The Georgia Power foundation is an independent legal entity providing grants to organizations that are enriching the communities they serve.
Funds raised by the Foundation are used to provide scholarships and financial assistance to CVTC students, purchase equipment for programs, provide training for faculty and staff, and further marketing and public relations efforts.
www.cvtcollege.org   (1109 words)

 Rome, Georgia - Real Estate, Homes, Property, Commercial
If you are thinking about moving to Rome, we can help you find a home, condo, luxury property or other real estate offered for sale.
You can preview other Cities in Georgia by visiting the GeorgiaWebPage or any other State or city at the UnitedStatesWebPage.
NEW CAREER CANDIDATES: A career in real estate can be one of the most rewarding jobs, not only financially, but in terms of the challenges, growth and of course the opportunity to meet people and assist them with one of their most important economic decisions...
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 Rome News - Tribune
West Third is the word for tonight’s Rome City Commission meeting.
The 52nd annual Rome News-Tribune Holiday Festival gets under way Tuesday at Shorter and Georgia Highlands colleges, but something about this year’s tournament will be just a little bit different.
Rome High’s Jessica Rogers and Model’s Ashley Weems are role players for their respective teams.
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 Bed & Breakfast Rome GA Georgia Cabins & Rentals - City guide
A full, gourmet, candlelit breakfast served in the elegant main dining room is included with your stay, as well as afternoon snacks on Fridays and Saturdays.
There are three individually decorated and beautifully appointed guest rooms available, all with private baths, and a full breakfast is included with your stay.
A large outdoor seasonal pool is on site for guests to enjoy and a deluxe continental breakfast is served daily.
www.discoverourtown.com /TownPage.php?Town=103&Cat=Attractions   (1055 words)

 The Rome Little Theatre Home Page
The Rome Little Theatre, located at the historic DeSoto in downtown Rome, Georgia, is a non-profit organization that relies on local membership and volunteer efforts for its support.
Celebrating 20 years at the DeSoto, The Rome Little Theatre invites you to join in the fun and excitement of live theatre.
Take a live look at downtown Rome, Georgia.
www.romelittletheatre.com   (464 words)

 Freddy's fast in Rome, Georgia
However, he continues to chip away, and after his win in Rome, Rodriguez jumped from 67th to 25th place, and with the time bonuses figured in, he's now 28 seconds back.
After the race exited the park and headed through the town of Pine Mountain, Webcor's Lionel Syne set out on a solo breakaway, a long journey that wouldn't end for almost four hours.
On an overcast day with rain a constant threat, Syne steadily increased his lead on the wide-open roads heading north to Rome.
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