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Marietta Town Shot 3 by CivilWarTrails

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0.36 Gigapixels
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1826
Date added
Oct 11, 2007
Date taken
Oct 10, 2007
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Gigapan and Canon SD800

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In colonial days, Marietta was a Susquehanna River crossing known as "Anderson’s Ferry". The town prospered as a result of flourishing river commerce on the Pennsylvania Canal (built in 1825-1830) and the Pennsylvania Railroad (built in the early 1850s). Marietta became a lumbering and iron smelting center - an earthy mix of rich ironmasters, hard-working lumbermen, skilled artisans, educational academics, religious revivals and brawling river men.

Panorama by Alan Chaffee Photography


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