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Clayton was known as “Dividings” to the Cherokees because several major trails among Indian settlements diverged here on the ridge above Stekoa Creek. Click thumbnail to enlarge and read more information about each image.
Main Street Clayton, 1950s
Main Street Clayton, early 1920s
Rabun County High School fire, 1975
Savannah Street looking east, late 1920s
Winter Scene, c. 1920
Bleckley Memorial Institute, 1916
Ivy Hill School, 1940s
Rabun County High School, c. 1960
Clayton Public School, c. 1920
Grist Mill on Warwoman Creek
Roscoe Nicholson, U.S. Forest Service Ranger from 1911-1952