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Passion for History, Cobb Landmarks Director, Trevor Beemon

Passion for History, Cobb Landmarks Director, Trevor Beemon

Trevor Beemon gave me a tour through the Root House, the oldest wood frame house in Marietta. Trevor knows the Root House well; he started volunteering at there at 12.

He kept his interest in history, earned a degree from Kennesaw University, worked at the Atlanta History Museum for several years, joined the board of Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society, Inc. and was named Executive Director in 2014.

We discussed the house, the renovation of the Root House and the forensics of restoration. For example, did you know that settlers burned houses just to get the nails, because each was made individually?

Trevor and the rest of the folks at Cobb Landmarks would love for you to get involved. They have a very ambitious $600k project to further develop the Root House into something all of us in Marietta can be proud of…

Click the link below and donate or volunteer!

http://www.cobblandmarks.com

2 Comments
  • Marcelle David
    Posted at 13:09h, 06 June Reply

    A great interview and discussion on the history of the Root Housr Museum and Gardens!
    We are so fortunate to have Trevor Beemon as the Executive Director for Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society. A true “home grown” historian and preservationist!!

    The entire team at the Root House does a fantastic job of interpreting and making the story come alive for our residents and visitors to our city. A big thank you to all!

    Mr. Nowicki, thank you for featuring the Root House Museum and Grdens and to Johnny Walker Really for sponsoring this program.

    • billnowicki@me.com
      Posted at 21:56h, 07 July Reply

      Thanks so much for the kind words.

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