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Rivers of North Georgia
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The Chattahoochee River, both Chattooga Rivers, The Etowah River, which Sherman believed to be Georgia's Rubicon ...

Georgia's Other Chattooga River
Georgia's Other Chattooga River
In northwestern Georgia lies the less-famous of the two rivers named Chattooga
North Georgia Rivers
North Georgia Rivers
Brief descriptions of the major north Georgia rivers
Chattahoochee River
Chattahoochee River
Water source for some 3 million people, the pristine Chattahoochee River flows from the north Georgia mountains to become the sewer for the city of Atlanta.
Out of Habersham
Out of Habersham
About 200 feet below the Appalachian Trail a spring bubbles up from deep in the Hiawassee Ridge. From this starting point the Chattahoochee River plunges 1500 feet over the next 11 mile to Helen, then winds south into Habersham County
Lake Lanier
Lake Lanier
At Belton Bridge the Chattahoochee River slows and visibly widens. For the next 43 miles river miles (26 miles as the crow flies) will be known as Lake Lanier, the most popular outdoor recreation destination in the Southeast
North of Atlanta
North of Atlanta
From the dam in Suwanee to Bull Sluice Lake, the Chattahoochee outdoor recreation haven for hikers, boaters, fishermen, and horseback riders.
End of the Journey
End of the Journey
Leaving Morgan Falls Dam the Chattahoochee reaches Sope Creek where Union forces first crossed the river and Hardy Pace's ferry. Later comes the Devil's Race Course...
Chattahoochee River FAQ
Chattahoochee River FAQ
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Song of the Chattahoochee
Song of the Chattahoochee
Poet Sidney Lanier attempts to recreate the flow of the Chattahoochee in a poem and succeeds

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