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Bartow County, Georgia
Bartow County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. Population of the county was 91,266 as of the 2006 estimate. The county seat is Cartersville.
Bartow County was created from the Cherokee lands of the Cherokee County territory in 1832 on December 3rd, and called Cass County until renamed in 1861 on December 6th in honor of Francis S. Bartow. The original county seat was at Cassville.