Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History
2829 Cherokee Street Kennesaw, GA 30144
Phone: (770) 427-2117
The southern Museum of Civil war history is a building in Georgia that helps people to understand the economic and social history of the State of Georgia, The South eastern united states and America as a whole. The museum is located in Kennesaw a small or medium populated town. It is the towns largest museum and one of its major economic attractions.
The museum dates back to the early 20th century and shows people the strange realities of the civil war. It shows the weapons the people used the uniforms they wore and the reasons they fought. It is also a major source of fact based information and it helps people to understand the ways in which the war was won.
The museum is one of the most popular buildings in Kennesaw and is Kennesaw's most visited history building. College students from local colleges and universities visit the building in order to get a better understanding of history and often for credit in history and other liberal arts classes. It is classified as Kennesaw's most important museum.
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