On Unicoi Turnpike (Georgia Route 75) at Georgia Route 180, on the left when traveling south on Unicoi Turnpike.
The high, rounded peak, Brasstown Bald or Mt. Enotah, is the highest mountain in Georgia, 4,748 ft. Its Indian name, Itseyi, means “a place of fresh green,” referring to its grassy, instead of timbered, summit. Early white settlers . . . — — Map (db m32729) HM
On South Berrong Street at River Street, on the right when traveling east on South Berrong Street.
Towns County was created by Act of March 6, 1856 from Rabun and Union Counties. It was named for George Washington Towns, Governor of Georgia from 1847~1851. Gov. Towns was born in Wilkes County, May 4, 1801, of a Virginia family. Self-educated, he . . . — — Map (db m37370) HM