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Tuesday May 18th, 2021 7:35AM

LISTEN: Lost mill towns of N. Ga.

By AccessWDUN staff
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  • Associated Tags: History, Bill Maine, mill towns
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LISTEN: Lost mill towns of N. Ga.
Lisa Russell joins the show to discuss the history of mill towns in North Georgia, including those that have been lost to the passage of time.
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