HIGHTOWER.....................This name is a corruption of the Cherokee Indian word itawa, or as it is more often spelled, Etowah. There is presently a community named HIGHTOWER in Forsyth County, Georgia, located eight miles northwest of Cumming on HIGHTOWER CREEK. It was a center of government and commercial activities during Cherokee Indian days, and has also been known as SCUDDERS. In this section of Forsyth County is HIGHTOWER Militia DISTRICT.
TENSAWATTEE............Dougherty, Dawson County, Georgia. This section of the county is now referred to as SAVANNAH, and it comprises the SAVANNAH DISTRICT.The post office of Big Savannah was established about 1874 at the site of the present DOUGHERTY. A Cherokee Indian settlement called TENSAWATTEE had been here previously. This section boasts fine bottom lands along the Etowah River, and was named Big Savannah because of the open, moist, meadow-like area where grass or reed cane grew in abundance.
Gilstrap Mill..............On Gilstrap Mill Road in North Hall County, Georgia. Set alongside Wahoo Creek, the mill was built in the 1860s and has a spillway that directed water to a wooden wheel just outside the mill. Although the exterior wheel has rotted away, its metal axle is still connected to a wheel underneath the mill, which is connected to an interior series of wheels that turned the millstone. http://www.gainesvilletimes.com/archives/33669/"
2004 Honda Indian Scout 745 ......The Indian Scout Motorcycle started life in 1920 and had a 596 cc (37ci) 42 degree V-twin engine. In 1927 the engine was bored and stroked to 745 cc (45ci), and was Indians best selling model. The 1928 Scout 101 and the later Sport Scout which came out in 1934 and Standard Scout in 1936, were used for all kinds of racing. Models of 1934 featured Indians famous head-dress logo on the gas tank and the huge Springfield, Mass. factory was known as the Wigwam.
HEMPTOWN..............,Fannin County, Georgia. A community located four miles east of Morgantown. A post office here earlier Named for a Cherokee Indian Chief, Tal-danigi-ski, translated by the whites as Hemp-carrier or toter since he traded in fabrics. Nearby HEMPTOWN CREEK flows northwesterly to enter the Toccoa River at Mineral Bluff.
SNAKE NATION.............Fannin County, Georgia. A community located three miles south of the city of Blue Ridge. The name is derived from the old Cherokee Nation which had leaders such as Going Snake Speaker and Speckled Snake Chief.
Doublehead Gap...................Chief Doublehead (1744–1807) or Incalatanga Tal-tsu'tsa in Cherokee, was one of the most feared warriors of the Cherokee during the Chickamauga Wars. In 1788, his brother, Old Tassel, was chief of the Cherokee people, but was killed under a truce negotiating peace by frontier rangers. In 1791 Doublehead was among a delegation of Cherokees who visited U.S. President George Washington in Philadelphia.