*Situated on the Chickamauga river 6 miles north of Ringgold, the county seat. Has a population of 325. The river affords water power to run a grist mill and machine shop. There are two churches--Methodist and Baptist--two schools, express and telegraph offices. Lime, flour, meal and grain form the principle shipping. Daily mail. O. P. Stames, postmaster.
*From the GEORGIA STATE GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 1881-1882
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