Sunday, January 25, 2009

Georgia cemetery wants to be tourist draw

The 150-year-old West Hill Cemetery in Dalton, Ga., is taking steps to become a draw for history buffs and other tourists. The final resting place for such folks as poet Robert Loveman and noted gospel songwriter A.J. Showalter is creating a walking tour of the cemetery and working with Whitfield County to become part of the larger historic panorama of the area.

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