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POWDER SPRINGS
Georgia, U.S.A.
GUNPOWDER RIVERS
Welcome to Powder Springs, Georgia.
This city in Cobb County is home to around 14,000 people, and was first incorporated as Springville in 1838. The land then belonged to two Cherokee Indian leaders named Chief Nose and Chief Ana Kanasta, but when gold was discovered settlers came to the area and forced the natives away. In 1859, the city was renamed to Powder Springs, for the seven springs within city limits. The waters contains 26 minerals, which turn the surrounding sand black, creating the appearance of gunpowder. Consequently, the name Powder Springs felt suiting. Powder Springs is conveniently located only 22 miles from downtown Atlanta, and the quaint little town provides a quiet lifestyle with plenty of outdoor recreation. Residents of Powder Springs have access to several open green spaces, including the Powder Springs Park, the Powder Springs Trail System and the vast Silver Comet Trail. Schools in the area belong to the Cobb County district and include McEachern High School, which is situated on the previous Native American burial ground. The facilities of the high school were previously home to the Seventh District Agricultural Mechanical School, where the late Georgia Senator Richard B. Russell once attended. The city also features a cohesive little downtown with a multitude of lovely features, like local boutiques and specialty shops, vibrant restaurants and bars - all within walking distance!
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