|Latitude 34 North|
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Polk County was created on Feb. 20, 1851.
Click here to visit the Polk county home page.FIPS Code: 13233
Information about Polk County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.Georgia County facts for Polk County.
There are 9 Historic Markers in Polk County.
|Big Spring Park - GHM 115-6|
|At park on Wissahickon Ave, west of US 278 in Cedartown, GA||WM4836||P*|
|Dodge & Davis at Peek's Spring - GHM 115-2|
|Ga 101 at First Street in Aragon||WM56QB||P*|
|Ivy Ledbetter Lee-Founder of Modern Public Relations - GHM 115-7|
|Courthouse in Cedartown, GA||WM4839||P*|
|Logan's 15th Corps at Swaintown - GHM 115-3|
|South edge of Aragon on Ga 101 at Euharlee Creek||WM56Q9||P*|
|McPherson's March to Dallas - GHM 115-1B|
|Taylorsville-Aragon Road at Sewell Road||WM56QH||P*|
|Old Van Wert-Polk County - GHM 115-5|
|US 278 Bus in Van Wert at eastern city limit of Rockmart||WM29ZM||P*|
|Polk County - GHM 115-1A|
|Courthouse in Cedartown||WM483C||P*|
|Sterling Holloway 1905-1992 - GHM 115-8|
|Sterling Holloway Place and S. College St, Cedartown, GA||WM44C7||P*|
|Trail of Tears Cherokee -|
|On Wissahickon Ave opposite N. Cave Spring St in Cedartown, GA||P|
M - The marker is missing.