Solomon Unknown

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
July 24, 1873, Page 3
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While in Cherokee last we were shown the grave of SOLOMON the Jew who was murdered by unknown parties many years ago.  He lived in a wild and secluded spot on Little River, far away from civilization and society and sold goods to the Indians.  There he sleeps in the deep solitude of the mountains, alone; and perhaps no relative or friend ever has, or ever will behold his last and solitary resting place.  His lust for gold cost him his life and he “rests in hope,” it may be of returning to Jerusalem, when its days of splendor shall return, and all be new again.


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