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to the Smyrna Historical & Genealogical Society.  Use this website to explore our city's past, present and future.  Please make plans to visit the Smyrna Museum so you can enjoy the large collection of photos and memorabilia dating back to 1832.  Please also stop in at the city's Welcome Center located next door.  Thank you for your interest and support!
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History of Smyrna  The Smyrna Jonquil   
Photo & Document Galleries
Book: Historic Smyrna - An Illustrated History

Smyrna, settled by pioneers in 1832 and incorporated as a city in 1872, has a rich and interesting history. Please use our website as your first resource for historical information on The Jonquil City.
    

Smyrna Museum

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2861 Atlanta Road
Smyrna, Georgia 30080
(770) 431-2858

Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM
Smyrna Memorial Cemetery


Established between 1838 and 1848, Smyrna Memorial Cemetery is located across the street from the Smyrna Welcome Center & Museum.

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Grandma's Smyrna Kitchen


Grandma's Smyrna Kitchen
Kitchen memorabilia found in Smyrna's kitchens from the turn of the century through the 1960s.
    
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Cox/Armstrong
Civil War Collection and Display


Three Display Locations for
Civil War Collection


The City of Smyrna has installed three displays containing selections from a collection of Civil War artifacts collected by Gerald Cox.

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Visiting The Past


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Dating Forward Every 10 Years from 1896


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Lives & Times NewsletterRead the Sept./Oct. 2006 Edition of Lives & Times
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Smyrna Today

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today - one of Metro Atlanta's fastest growing cities.


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