Videos from Lumpkin County Historical Society Events
For Future Use
For Future Use
Wilson Lumpkin by Janet Barger
Searching for the Unicoi Turnpike by Alan Hall
The Grand Opening of the Consolidated Gold Mining Company by Greg Sheppard
Agnes Gore and Chris Worick spoke to the LC Historical Society about doing genealogy research and what resources are available both locally and on the internet.
Robbie Niles discusses the history of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution.
Veterans of the American Revolution in Lumpkin County by Chris Worick
Native Plants in North Georgia by Clark MacAllister
Copper Mining in Lumpkin County by Chris Worick
The Spanish Flu Impact on Lumpkin County by Chris Worick
Mechanical Music by
Law and Early Lumpkin County Societal Development by David Connoly
The Holly Theatre History by Hal Williams
Frieda Fabile talks about the history of Frank W. Hall.
Anne Amerson Remember Mr. Bob Meaders
Lula Ash: Queen of the Holly by Larry Scott
Jennifer Richardson talks about Camp Glisson
Anne Amerson Remembers Dahlonega
Historical Summary of the 1875 Chestatee River Diving Bell
The Chestatee River Diving Bell Plaza ribbon cutting ceremony in Hancock Park, Dahlonega, GA.
Reflection on W. B. Townsend by Wayne Knuckles
Chris Worick discusses the Gold Digger's Road. The road was used by miners in the first major gold rush in the United States.
The Smulian 1832 log cabin is moved from their property to the backyard of the Vickery House at North Georgia College & University.
Alice Sampson of the Georgia Appalachian Studies Center describes how the Center will use the 1832 era log cabin.
Jim and Betty Smulian's Cabin
Winton Porter: "Guru of the Appalachian Trail."
Chattahoochee Forest History by Janet Barger
A conversation with Woodrow Parks - Part 1
A conversation with Woodrow Parks - Part 2
A conversation with Woodrow Parks - Part 3
A conversation with Woodrow Parks - Part 4
Frogtown life in the 1900s by Larry Scott