Former First Baptist Church - North Erwin Street Historic District ~ Cartersville, GA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
N 34° 09.934 W 084° 47.863
16S E 702999 N 3782705
Quick Description: Now used an a county government annex
Location: Georgia, United States
Date Posted: 4/4/2015 8:20:46 AM
Waymark Code: WMNMHT
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
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Long Description:

County of building: Bartow County
Location of building: W. Cherokee Ave & Erwin St., Cartersville
Built: 1904-1905

"As part of the early settlement of Cartersville, there was a slight shift in the community churches both north, south and west of town. All predated Cartersville’s founding and realized the need to be near this new population center. The oldest established church was the Pettit’s Creek Baptist Church, established in 1839, located between Nancy Creek and the old Cassville & Burnt Hickory Road, west of Cartersville. It’s members began construction of a new church in Cartersville in 1856, changing its name to the Cartersville Baptist Church in 1866. With completion of a new church building in 1905, the name was again changed to the First Baptist Church. Just south of Cartersville near the Etowah River was the Friendship Presbyterian Church, established in 1843. It relocated to Cartersville in 1853 and was renamed the First Presbyterian Church in 1887. North of town on a site in what is today the Oak Hill Cemetery, stood the Ebenezar Methodist Church, whose congregation moved to town in 1848, renaming it the Cartersville Methodist Church. During 1904-1907, the present church building was erected and renamed the Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church." ~ Etowah Valley Historical Society

Name of Historic District (as listed on the NRHP): North Erwin Street Historic District

Link to nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com page with the Historic District: [Web Link]

Address:
112 W. Cherokee Ave. (corner of Erwin & Cherokee) Cartersville, GA 30120


How did you determine the building to be a contributing structure?: Narrative found on the internet (Link provided below)

Optional link to narrative or database: [Web Link]

NRHP Historic District Waymark (Optional): Not listed

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