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The Real Chattooga

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The Chattooga River was important for the “Under the Hill” Cherokees. William Bartram wrote about the river in 1776 as did botanist Arthur Devernon Huger much later. The river changes with the seasons, and the banks are lined with ancient pines and hemlocks as well as sapling maples and basswoods.\r\n
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 46 Issue 1, June 1978, p24-25, il