McAbee Tree Care services all of Bartow County including Cartersville, Georgia. From tree removal to vista prunning, we offer complete tree service in all the county. That’s a total area of 470 square miles of trees.
Bartow County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 100,157. The county seat is Cartersville.
Interesting Facts: Traditionally considered part of northwest Georgia, Bartow County is now included in the Atlanta metropolitan area, mainly in the southeastern part near Cartersville, which has become an exurb more than 40 miles (70 kilometers) from downtown Atlanta on I-75. It has a sole commissioner government, and is the largest county by population of the few remaining in Georgia with a sole commissioner.
Bartow County was created from the Cherokee lands of the Cherokee County territory on December 3, 1832, and named Cass County, after General Lewis Cass (1782–1866) Secretary of War under President Andrew Jackson, Minister to France and Secretary of State under President James Buchanan, who was instrumental in the removal of Native Americans from the area. However, the county was renamed on December 6, 1861 in honor of Francis S. Bartow because of Cass’s support of the Union, even though Bartow never visited in the county, living 200 miles away near Savannah all of his life. Cass had supported the doctrine of popular sovereignty, the right of each state to determine its own laws independently of the Federal government, the platform of conservative Southerners who removed his name. The first county seat was at Cassville, but after the burning of the county courthouse and the Sherman Occupation, the seat moved to Cartersville, where it remains.
The county was profoundly affected by the Civil War, setting it back economically for many decades. May 18 and 19, 1864, General George Henry Thomas led the Army of the Cumberland after General William J. Hardee’s Corps of the Army of Tennessee, and General James B. McPherson led his Federal Army of the Tennessee flanking Hardee’s army to the west. This huge army was disruptive and sought food. Elements were out of control and sacked homes depleting meager supplies.
Property destruction and the deaths of one-third of the county’s soldiers during the war caused financial and social calamity for many.
Slaves gained their freedom, and for over a decade exercised the political franchise through the Republican Party. In 1870, about 1 black family in 12 owned real estate. More of the blacks lived in white-headed households, working as domestic servants and laborers. The great majority of freedpeople were day laborers or farm laborers, while a sizable minority occupied skilled positions such as blacksmiths, wheelwrights, and iron workers.
By the late 1870s, hardship was experienced by everyone. Blacks had been relegated to second-class citizenship by Jim Crow laws.
Of course we do everything we can to save trees whenever possible but sometimes they are too diseased or damaged to heal or are a safety hazard to people or property. When that’s the case, you need tree removal services fast. Also, dead trees lack the ability to support themselves so leaving them poses another threat and should be removed. McAbee Tree Care can handle any tree job big or small and will come out and give you a free estimate. We have experienced personnel and the right equipment to get the job done.
We also offer 24/7 emergency tree removal services in Bartow County.
Bartow County Map - Tree Services Coverage Area