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The Strickland House was built c.1882 by E.W. Strickland as his residence. It was later the family home of T.F. Christian, Clerk of Superior Court and cashier at the Bank of Dahlonega, and of Dahlonega's first woman Mayor, Mrs. Jessie Garner. The …
A tavern & boarding house built on this corner in the 1840s was destroyed by fire in 1923. A gas station operated here in the 1930s and 40s. The Welch family, owners of the Smith House, purchased the vacant lot in 1964 and erected the present Ches…
The Price Building was erected in 1897 by former Congressman W.P. Price to house Price & Son General Merchandise downstairs and Colonel Price's law offices upstairs. Later leased to various businesses, it was Dahlonega's first movie theater 1925-1…
In 1935 W.A. Whitmire tore down and earlier frame structure and erected this building as a general merchandise store. When Don and Mary Miller purchased the property in 1976, they remodeled it as Mary's Mini-Mall and rented to a number of shops ov…
Dr. Homer Head erected this building in 1910 to house his medical office upstairs and the Bank of Dahlonega on the main floor. The old bank vault and a rare cannonball safe are still visible. The structure is made of concrete blocks molded on the …
This architect-designed building, constructed in 1942, is a good example of a "Great Depression" era community project accomplished in cooperation with the National Youth Administration. Local in-kind contributions included materials and labor. Fo…
11 A.M. September 20, 1863
Text on the front of the monument
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
to her 78th Infantry Regiment
Lieut. Col. Archibald Kelly, Commanding.
Chickamauga — Chattanooga
Sept. 18th 19th and 20th, 1863 - Nov. 23rd 24th and 25th, 1863
37th Regiment Indiana Inft.
3rd Brig. Sirwell
2nd Div. Negley 14th Corps Thomas
Thirty-seventh Regiment Infantry
Colonel W.D. Ward, Commanding,
Third Brigade (Sirwell),
Second Division (Negley),