Forsyth County: Twentieth-Century Changes

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Forsyth County enjoyed a routine agrarian lifestyle for most of the nineteenth century, witnessing little change to its landscape after the initial clearing of the lands once owned by Cherokee Indians. After the hardships of the Depression years, farming techniques and living conditions improved, the population grew, and Forsyth County began to claim a new identity. This evolution, from a sleepy farming community into a center of business and culture in North Georgia, is the subject of an engaging and often sentimental ...

Forsyth County: Twentieth-Century Changes 2000, Arcadia Publishing (SC), Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9780738506586

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Forsyth County: Twentieth-Century Changes 2000, Arcadia Publishing Library Editions

ISBN-13: 9781531604196

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