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About North Georgia, Winter, 1999-2000
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Cherokee in North Georgia - Rising Tides

The Cherokee Nation joined Andrew Jackson in his fight against the Creek "Red Sticks." After helping Jackson win the war, and saving his life, the future president demands cession of Cherokee land. More:Georgia History




Winfield Scott

No single man influenced military policy in the first hundred years of Our Nation's history more than Winfield Scott. From the War of 1812 to the Mexican American War and the American Civil War, Scott was a strategic and tactical leader. But his toughest decisions came leading up to the Removal of the Cherokee Nation on the Cherokee Trail of Tears By Randy Golden More People...




Ross House
Along the Georgia Road (Old Federal Road), the Ross House was the first post office in the Cherokee Nation and home to John Ross, who would lead the nation for nearly forty years. More interesting places




Secession!

The Confederate States of America waited for the outcome of a crucial vote on secession in Georgia on January_1, 1861. The actual outcome of the vote was significantly different than the people of our state were led to believe, More Georgia History




Walker County
From the earliest days, when a Cherokee council hall was the county's first courthouse to the battle that raged around the courthouse during the Civil War, to the Fred Tokars' trial, Walker County life has been centered around its courthouse. About North Georgia editors North Georgia Counties




Brothers(poem)

Author and About North Georgia Contributing Editor Wayne Bengston pens a moving poem about the men who fought the Civil War. More from our Poetry Corner




I85 Exits in North Georgia

That's right, the state of Georgia's Millennium problem is going to affect all of us. And to ease the pain, About North Georgia has come up with this handy guide to...More North Georgia Travel




Oak Ridge Nature Trail
Carters Lake popularity is growing rapidly thanks to trails like Oak Ridge. This easy-to-moderate loop takes you through four diverse eco-communities, some scenic views of the lake and over the Old Federal Road

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About North Georgia, October, 1999
American Civil War
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Brothers(poem)
Carters Lake
Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Trail of Tears
Cherokee in North Georgia - Rising Tides
Georgia History
I85 Exits in North Georgia
John Ross
Mexican American War
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Oak Ridge Nature Trail
Old Federal Road
Poetry Corner
Ross House
Secession!
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