Dade County (041)

Historic Markers Across Georgia

 

Dade County was created on Feb. 25, 1837.

The county seat is in Trenton, GA.,
and the county is 174.1 Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 13083

  Information about Dade County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

  Georgia County facts for Dade County.
  US Census Quick Facts about Dade County.

 

There are 17 Historic Markers in Dade County.

Brown's Spring   -   CHT 13
  On Black Valley Rd (County Rd 52)      

Chief Wauhatchie's Home   -   GHM 041-2
  US 11 at Ga 299 between Wildwood and Tennessee State Line WM25ZF    P*

Cole Plantation and Academy   -   CHT 5
  On Slygo / Old Hales Gad Rd, north of Mountain Shadow Drive (Co. Rd 191)      

Cureton Plantation   -   CHT 15
        

Dade County   -   GHM 041-1
  Courthouse in Trenton WM25ZE    P*

Empire State Iron Works   -   CHT 14
        

Johnson's Crook   -   CHT 16
        

Macon Iron Works   -   CHT 10
  US 11 at Morrison Ridge Rd      

Murphy's Hollow Spring   -   CHT 4
  On Murphy Hollow Rd (GA 147) north of Hales Gap Rd.      

Nickajack Corner   -   WPA 11 A-2
  US 11 just below the Georgia-Tennessee line

Nisbet Plantation   -   CHT 17
  at the intersection of US 11 and County Highway 97, south of Rising Fawn, GA      

Parris Station   -   CHT 6
  on US 11, north of Sarah Chapel Rd.      

Payne's [Sitton's] Mill   -   CHT 12
  OnCounty Rd 100      

The O'Neal House   -   CHT 9
        

The Redding House   -   CHT 7
  on Sarah Chapel Rd.      

Trenton   -   CHT 11
        

White Oak Gap   -   CHT 8
  on White Oak Rd (GA 6), west of Trenton, GA      

 

M  - The marker is missing.
P  - There is a picture of the marker on the detail page.
P* - There is a picture of the marker on the detail page and I have personally visited this marker.
R  - The marker has been removed.

Waymark of *NE - This marker is not eligible to be waymarked.