Union County GA Historical Schools

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Antioch School Nottely Dam
Bell School Blairsville
Berry School Coosa Bald
Bethany School Nottely Dam
Bethlehem School Nottely Dam
Brasstown Zion School Blairsville
Bunker Hill School Mulky Gap
Camp Ground School Mulky Gap
Center Hill School Mulky Gap
Center School Coosa Bald
Choestoe School Coosa Bald
Confidence School Mulky Gap
Confidence School Nottely Dam
Coosa School Coosa Bald
Corinth School Mulky Gap
Ebenezer School Blairsville
Fairview School Coosa Bald
Gum Gap School Suches
Gumlog School Blairsville
Harmony Grove School Coosa Bald
Hood School Jacks Gap
Ivy Log School Nottely Dam
Mount Airy School Suches
Mount Lebanon School Suches
Mount Pleasant School Suches
Mount Pleasant School Mulky Gap
Mount Zion School Nottely Dam
New Hope School Nottely Dam
New Liberty School Jacks Gap
New Union School Mulky Gap
Old Liberty School Coosa Bald
Peggy Hale School Suches
Pine Top School Jacks Gap
Pleasant Grove School Mulky Gap
Pleasant Hill School Wilscot
Pleasant Hill School Blairsville
Pleasant Valley School Suches
Pleasant View School Blairsville
Providence School Nottely Dam
Rugby School Mulky Gap
Russell School Blairsville
Shady Grove School Coosa Bald
Shadydale School Coosa Bald
Smyrna School Blairsville
Spriggs Chapel School Mulky Gap
Tate School Nottely Dam
Timber Ridge School Mulky Gap
Town Creek School Jacks Gap
Track Rock School Coosa Bald
Union School Nottely Dam
Windy Hill School Blairsville
Young Cane School Mulky Gap
Zion School Neels Gap
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