“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Clarkesville, Georgia

Clickable Map of Habersham County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Habersham County, GA (15) Banks County, GA (11) Hall County, GA (27) Rabun County, GA (14) Stephens County, GA (81) Towns County, GA (3) White County, GA (22) Oconee County, SC (78)  HabershamCounty(15) Habersham County (15)  BanksCounty(11) Banks County (11)  HallCounty(27) Hall County (27)  RabunCounty(14) Rabun County (14)  StephensCounty(81) Stephens County (81)  TownsCounty(3) Towns County (3)  WhiteCounty(22) White County (22)  OconeeCountySouth Carolina(78) Oconee County (78)
Clarkesville is the county seat for Habersham County
Clarkesville is in Habersham County
      Habersham County (15)  
      Banks County (11)  
      Hall County (27)  
      Rabun County (14)  
      Stephens County (81)  
      Towns County (3)  
      White County (22)  
      Oconee County, South Carolina (78)  
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1Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-1 — Blair Line
The historic Blair line between the State of Georgia and the Cherokee Nation crossed this highway at this point. This line was surveyed by James Blair in the early 1800’s. It ran from the forks of the Soque and Chattahoochee rivers in a direct . . . Map (db m43670) HM
2Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — Clarkesville War Memorial
All Gave Much These Gave AllMap (db m90210) HM
3Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — De Soto
with 500 Spanish and Portugese soldiers and with 200 Cherokee burden bearers passed here about May 30th 1540 twenty six years before the founding of St. AugustineMap (db m173169) HM
4Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-8 — Grace Protestant Episcopal Church
The first Episcopal service in Clarkesville was held Oct. 28, 1838 by the Rev. Mr. Ezra B. Kellogg, sent from N. Y. to the Diocese of Georgia as a missionary to this section. On Dec. 12, 1838, at his home, Grace Church was organized for three local . . . Map (db m14384) HM
5Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-6 — Habersham County
Habersham County was created by Acts of the Legislature, Dec. 15, 1818, and named for Joseph Habersham (1751–1815), of Savannah, who had a summer home near Clarkesville. He served in the Revolution as a Lieut. Col. in the Ga. Continental line; was . . . Map (db m40283) HM
6Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-11 — Living & Learning In The Mountains
Three local citizens, W. M. Loggans, B. B. Heyward and W. P. Furr, donated 300 acres of prime farm land to entice location of the Ninth District School of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, a boarding high school, on this site. Since 1906, thousands . . . Map (db m14522) HM
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7Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-7 — Summer Home of Joseph Habersham
This was the summer home of Joseph Habersham of Savannah (1751-1815), Georgia patriot, Revolutionary War hero, and political leader. He was a Colonel in the Continental Army, a member of Continental Congress, and of the Georgia Convention that . . . Map (db m43697) HM
8Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-4 — The Unicoi Turnpike← →
The Unicoi Turnpike, first vehicular route to connect North Georgia and Tennessee with the head of navigation on the Savannah River system, passed here. Beginning on the Tugalo River to the east of Toccoa, the road led this way, thence across . . . Map (db m43671) HM
9Georgia (Habersham County), Clarkesville — 068-9 — Toombs-Bleckley House
On this site Colonel S. A. Wales built a house in 1833. Robert A. Toombs (1810-1885). United States Congressman, Senator, and Secretary of State, of the Confederate States, purchased it in 1879 for a summer home. General Toombs sold the property to . . . Map (db m27956) HM
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Nov. 28, 2022