Local historians weigh chances of Marietta tunnels
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Sunday, January 25
MARIETTA — Even Marietta’s best historians aren’t sure if there are Civil War-era tunnels under the Square. A discussion among residents this week about the possible redevelopment of James Eubanks’ property by the Root House unearthed the old rumo...

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