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Historical Markers in Hayesville, North Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Clay County, North Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Clay County, NC (6) Cherokee County, NC (22) Macon County, NC (26) Rabun County, GA (14) Towns County, GA (3) Union County, GA (9)  ClayCounty(6) Clay County (6)  CherokeeCounty(22) Cherokee County (22)  MaconCounty(26) Macon County (26)  RabunCountyGeorgia(14) Rabun County (14)  TownsCounty(3) Towns County (3)  UnionCounty(9) Union County (9)
Hayesville is in Clay County
    Clay County (6)
    Cherokee County (22)
    Macon County (26)
    Rabun County, Georgia (14)
    Towns County, Georgia (3)
    Union County, Georgia (9)
 
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1North 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
2North Carolina (Clay County), Hayesville — Q-37 — 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
3North 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
4North 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
 
 
  
 
Oct. 20, 2021