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By Stephen Bell, March 31, 2011
Fort Hembree Marker
North Carolina (Clay County), Hayesville — Q15 — Fort Hembree
One of the forts where General Winfield Scott's United States Forces gathered the Cherokee before moving them west, stood 3/4 mi. N. W. — Map (db m41936) HM
North Carolina (Clay County), Hayesville — Q37 — George W. Truett
Pastor First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas, 1897-1944, president of Baptist World Alliance. His birthplace stands one mile northwest. — Map (db m41938) HM
North Carolina (Clay County), Hayesville — In Memory Our War Dead
World War I Charles Burrell • Columbus Myers • Bob Roach • Marion Rogers • Paul Hogsed • Sam Hooper

World War II Sam H. Allison • Dottie Barnes • John R. Berrong • Sam J. Bristol, Jr. • Cline Cunningham • Jack . . . — Map (db m41950) HM

North Carolina (Clay County), Hayesville — Quanassee Town and the Spikebuck Mound
In 1700, the river bottoms surrounding present day Hayesville were home to a thriving Cherokee community called Quanassee. The heart of the village was a townhouse, a combined civic center, council house, and temple that was located atop the mound . . . — Map (db m41949) HM

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