Photo Archive

WWI Draft Registration of Dempsy Favors from Shackelton, a town which vanished.
Subligna High Girls Basketball Team mid 1950’s
Chattooga County “Chain Gang” 1922
Mining Iron Ore on Taylor Ridge Early 1900s
Tro-Fe Dairy, one of several in Chattooga County in the 1950’s
Commencement exercises, Gore High School 1941
Fate Norris– A One Man Band
The postman takes a break at the M.P. Dill store in Gore
The Dixie Highway was built through the county in the years around 1920.
Rome and Northern Railroad in Gore circa 1910
Della Weesner’s Sunday School class in Shackleton ( a short lived mining town near Gore)
The Subligna school , 1958.
Confederate veterans going to a reunion in 1919
Gore High School graduation program 1941, Gore was the first accredited high school in the county
Sitting on the porch of the White’s store in Subligna, circa 1920s,
A circa 1960 moonshine still raid was successful. The evidence was brought to the sheriffs office .
The Subligna school in the 1920’s
Sheriff McConnell raids a still in the late 1960s. Over the years they raided 238. ( Summerville News)
First Gore High school bus 1920’s
Early Chattooga Communities c.1900