On Airline-Goldmine Road, 0.1 miles north of Royston Highway (U.S. 29), on the right when traveling north.
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 brick . . . — — Map (db m39431) HM
On Redwine Church Road, 0.6 miles south of Andrew Floyd Road, on the left when traveling north.
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 . . . — — Map (db m38515) HM
On Hartwell Street (U.S. 29) at Marsh Lane, on the right when traveling north on Hartwell Street.
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 to . . . — — Map (db m38518) HM
On East Howell Street (U.S. 29) east of Carolina Street, on the left when traveling east.
Hart County was created by the Legislature on Dec. 7, 1853 out of portions of Franklin and Elbert counties. It is the only county in Georgia named for a woman - Nancy Hart.
Nancy Hart and her husband, Benjamin Hart, obtained a 400 acre grant . . . — — Map (db m21343) HM
On North Richardson Street north of Colfax Street, on the right when traveling north.
Hart County Training School (HCTS), established in 1924 for the education of African-
American children, was partially funded by the Rosenwald School Building Program. This
program matched funds from philanthropist Julius Rosenwald with community . . . — — Map (db m185376) HM
On East Howell Street (U.S. 29) at North Forest Avenue, on the left when traveling east on East Howell Street.
of 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 •
Preston B. Carter • . . . — — Map (db m21390) WM
On East Howell Street (U.S. 29) at Carolina Street, on the left when traveling east on East Howell Street.
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. — — Map (db m61728) WM
On Rome Street at Ricefield Road, on the right when traveling south on Rome Street.
Recognized for its “Architectural and Historical Significance”
State of Georgia
Department of Natural Resources Historical Preservation
National Registry-of Historic Places
United States . . . — — Map (db m185375) HM
On Hartwell Highway (Georgia Route 8), on the left when traveling west.
Formerly located upsteam 2 miles at
Old Brown's Ferry
Louie Morris Bridge
Erected by the Highway Departments of South
Carolina and Georgia, in co-operation with
the U.S. Bureau Of Public Roads.
Named in . . . — — Map (db m21562) HM
Near East Howell Street (U.S. 29) east of Carolina Street, on the right when traveling east.
First woman mayor of Hartwell
Longest serving mayor in city history
No tax increases during her 20 years as mayor
Created Downtown Development Authority
Conceived Constitution Alley
Gained $4.8 Million in federal grants for city . . . — — Map (db m185380) HM
On East Franklin Street (U.S. 29) at Old Highway 29, on the right when traveling west on East Franklin Street.
Erected by the Government of
The United States in the Year 1931
to commemorate the heroism of
During the American Revolution a party of British Tories came to her home. Single handed she killed one and wounded another. The . . . — — Map (db m21388) HM
On Shoal Creek Church Road (County Route 245) 0 miles south of Bill Lucas Road, on the right when traveling north. Reported missing.
Parkertown was founded in 1832 in what was then Franklin County, now Hart County, by Joseph A. Parker who was born in Virginia in 1774 and moved to Elbert County, Ga. in 1796. He later moved to Big Shoal Creek where Jacob Parker & Co. founded by his . . . — — Map (db m45081) HM
On West Franklin Street (State Highway 77) at North Forest Avenue, on the left when traveling west on West Franklin Street.
The Broken V Symbolizes the Casualties, Broken Dreams, Promises and Plans.
Dedicated November 15, 1987 by Hart County Citizens to Honor The memory of the Six Hart County Men whose patronage never dimmed:
Whose Loyalty never . . . — — Map (db m21387) WM