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Anderson Music Hall was added to the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds in 1979 and named in honor of county music legend Whiperin’ Bill Anderson.
Although born in South Carolina, Anderson grew up in the Atlanta area, attending the University of Georgia.
More modern structures house traditional craft-making activities including soap-making and quilting.
In north Georgia there were more than a hundred such mills at the start of the Civil War.
From the Heritage Area it’s a good idea to return to the vendor area to pick up a few unusual gifts for friends. Georgia’s Lake Chatuge is the site of the fairgrounds, and visitors can set up their tents or park their RV’s in campgrounds adjacent to the park.
On the left is Pine Grove Schoolhouse from nearby Scattaway Creek.
Built in the early 1900’s, this typical one-room schoolhouse replaced an earlier log cabin structure on the same location. Parlee Wood did not have a blackboard, so she would write in paint on the walls of the school.