Annotated Bibliography #1-3

Barrickman, Janet, et al. “Design Guidelines for Kennesaw Avenue Historic District.” 2013. Web. 5 Feb 2016. <www.mariettaga.gov/City/media/Docs/Planzone/kennesawaveguidelines.pdf> This website discusses the history of one of Marietta’s more popular places. I chose to include this website in my bibliography because of the extensive amount of information the authors were offering on the history of Marietta. I would like to include the history of Marietta because it makes the intentions of the environment clear. When researching the history of Marietta, I would like the reader to be engaged with the culture. I do not see any flaws with this source, I believe it could help me with my built environment research and give me more understanding of how the environment was formed.   “Marietta: Recreation.” Cities of the United States. 2006. Encyclopedia.com 5 Feb 2016 <http://encyclopedia.com> Marietta is known for its events and family centric vibe. I chose this source because it portrayed Marietta as an active and fun city with a lot of culture to indulge in. This article discusses the many events that take place in the Marietta Square, such as festivals, shopping, dining, and any other miscellaneous events. This source could help me figure out how people interact with this environment and what draws them to Marietta. My first source was for the history of Marietta and how and when certain environments were built. This article gives me a look into what the city of Marietta was able to develop into, and how the environment has transformed with time. This source is helpful for my research because it describes Marietta in multiple categories. All of the categories can relate back to the...

Strand Movie Theater in Marietta Square

This is picture of a movie theater located within the Marietta Square. Brock Built City Neighborhoods. “Strand Movie Theater.” 2015. Web.http://www.brockbuilt.com/city-of-marietta-approves-homes-near-marietta-square-at-manget/, last accessed February 1,...

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