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About North Georgia, Spring, 2000
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A word of thanks from the Editors

William Bartram

This naturalist, recognized as one of the few Americans considered to be part of the Enlightenment explored Northeast, Central and Coastal Georgia leaving one of the best chronicles of Cherokee Indians and Creek Indians life before the land was "settled." By Larry Worthy More People...




Elias Boudinot
The first editor of the Cherokee Phoenix, Boudinot would join Major Ridge, his son John, and 400 others in signing the Treaty of New Echota, which led to the infamous Trail of Tears By Randy Golden More People...




Death at the Crossing
Both a bus and a community were ripped apart in the late March bus crash that left three school children dead in Tennga. More feature stories



Dalton
The city of Dalton has always centered around its depot. When the town was formed, it was defined as a circle 1 mile from the depot. During the battles of Chickamauga and Rocky Face, it was the depot... More cities



Dawson County
Created from Gilmer and Lumpkin counties, Dawson County's battles have not only been with fast cars and illegal moonshine. About North Georgia editors More counties...




Union County Courthouse Museum
Deep inside the Blue Ridge Mountains is a gem of a museum. About North Georgia editors take a look at one of North Georgia's best kept secrets. More interesting places...




Amicalola River Trail
This trail passes the awesome "Edge of the World" Class IV rapids, then winds deep into the Dawson Wildlife Management Area. The site is one of a few places in America where a decommissioned nuclear reactor once stood.

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