Column: Howell made name for himself during battle
by Thornton Kennedy
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03:46 PM, Wednesday, July 23
Evan P. Howell is known in the annals of Atlanta history as many things: mayor, newspaper owner and editor and state senator. Prior to all that, though, he was a Civil War hero. After fighting in Virginia and Tennessee, Howell rained fire down on ...

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