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Dedicatedto the glory of Godand to theveterans of all wars.
In loving memory of those who have made the supreme sacrifice and in honor of those who served. Dedicated this eleventh day of November nineteen hundred ninety by the citizens of Hart County and American Legion Post 109.
In Honor and Memoryof AllHart County VeteransofForeign WarsbyV.F.W. & Ladies AuxiliaryPost 8076[V.F.W. Cross of Malta]
Shoal Creek consolidated school was created in 1924. Grades one through nine were taught in a new brick building completed in 1925. It replaced Thomasville, Old Shoal Creek, and Parkertown Schools. Additional pupils came from Viola and Rock Spring…
Goldmine Consolidated School was created by the combination of Sandy Grove and Old Goldmine Schools in 1924. It's size was augmented by Duncan's pupils when the school was closed in the early 1930s. Grades one through nine were taught in a new bri…
Cherokee Assembly Ground Ah-Yeh-Li A-Lo-Hee (Center of the World)
This was Ah-Yeh-Li A-Lo-Hee, the Center of the World, to the Cherokee Indians. To this assembly ground, from which trails radiate in many directions, they came to hold their councils, to dance and worship which were to them related functions, and …
Redwine Church was apparently founded prior to 1800 & named after Jacob R. Redwine, Revolutionary soldier born in Pa. who moved here from N.C. This is the 4th church, built in 1906. The first was a log cabin several hundred yards west near the old…
In Loving Memoryof our Hart CountySoldiers
In Memoriamof the Hart County Soldiers who served in the World War, 1917-19.These lost their lives.
John W. Adams · James B. Estes · Owen J. Alford · John R. Heaton · George W. Cason · Oscar B. McCurley &middo…