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Liberty holds the distinction of being the oldest town in DeKalb County. By 1807, it had been laid off in half-acre lots by its founder, Adam Dale, who arrived in 1797 from Maryland. Dale, along with John and Leonard Fite and probably Stephen Robinson, cut a road into the Liberty area from Nashville. DaleÂ’'s friends and relatives soon followed these roads to settle the area. Take your own impromptu driving tour around the historic houses and buildings.

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