A pedestrian walks past a 1912 statue of Civil War Brig. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston along a newly streetscaped section of Hamilton Street in Dalton, Ga. on Monday. The city is undergoing an eight-year, $6 million renovation of downtown streets.
A pedestrian walks past a 1912 statue of Civil War Brig. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston along a newly streetscaped section of Hamilton Street in Dalton, Ga. on Monday. The city is undergoing an eight-year, $6 million renovation of downtown streets.
published Sunday, September 18th, 2011
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Forget the stodgy name of Carpet Capital of the World. Local historians and tourism folks say Dalton's claim to fame lies in its history, enriched by Native American beginnings, Civil War battles and railroad lore.

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