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Historic Sites in Turners Corner, GA

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White County

Cleveland, GA

White County, created by Act of Dec. 22, 1857, was cut off from Habersham and Lumpkin Counties. Wm. H. Shelton, Repr....


Consolidated Gold Mines at Dahlonega is the site of America's first gold rush. The first gold was discovered in ...


Joseph Emerson Brown (1821-1894), born in Pickens District, South Carolina, moved to Union County, Georgia, as a boy....


Cleveland Cemetery

Cleveland, GA

When White County was formed in 1857, Mt. Yonah was selected as the County-seat. The majority of its residents wished...


Byron Herbert Reece

Blairsville, GA

Renowned Appalachian poet, novelist, and farmer, Byron Herbert Reece lived most of his life near this site. Here he c...


Gold Diggers' Road

Dahlonega, GA

This section of highway was once a part of the Gold Diggers’ Road, one of the earliest ways used in reaching this are...



Auraria, GA

This old gold mining town is located seven miles southwest of Dahlonega, and about 60 miles northeast of Atla... history.rootsweb


White Methodist Church

Sautee Nacoochee, GA

A Methodist Church has stood on this site since the early 1820’s when one was built by the first white settlers in Na...


Bishop Marvin A. Franklin

Sautee Nacoochee, GA

Marvin Augustus Franklin was born a few miles from here January 19, 1894 and early in life united with the Nacoochee ...


The SNCA maintains the Sautee Nacoochee Center, an environmental studies room, a nature preserve, and con...


Track Rock Gap

Young Harris, GA

One of the best-known of the petroglyph, or marked stone, sites in Georgia. The six table-sized soapstone boulders co...


Nacoochee Indian Mound

Sautee Nacoochee, GA

Nacoochee Indian Mound was the center of the ancient Cherokee town of Gauxule, visited by DeSoto in 1540 in his searc...


Blair Line

Demorest, GA

The historic Blair line between the State of Georgia and the Cherokee Nation crossed this highway at this point. This...


Trackrock Gap

Young Harris, GA

The road leading south crosses Trackrock Gap, two miles from here. Soapstone boulders in the gap are covered with tra...


Dr. Joseph J. Singleton, first superintendent of the Dahlonega mint, purchased this property in 1836 and built a home...


Lumpkin Court House

Dahlonega, GA

This court house, built in 1836, replaced the small log structure used since the establishment of Lumpkin County in 1...


On the site of the Habersham Cotton Mills stood the Habersham Iron Works and Manufacturing Co., incorporated in late ...


Erected here in 1837 was a U.S. Branch Mint which operated until seized by the Confederates in 1861. It produced gold...


Findley Ridge

Dahlonega, GA

Many famous gold mines of the Dahlonega era were along this ridge on both sides of this highway. The saprolite and ve...



Dahlonega, GA

Auraria, (Gold), in 1832 the scene of Georgia’s first gold rush, was named by John C. Calhoun, owner of a nearby mine...

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