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North GA Mountains History Center will be partnering and collaborating with other nonprofits, and with our communities to provide educational programs for our youth.
The North GA Mountains History Center, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) was formed by a committed group of volunteers to study, research and identify the best location for a history & military center in the North Georgia region.
MAKE AN IMPACT
Whether you contribute financially or as advocate for the collection, preservation and education of our local heritage, you can make a real difference and impact in people’s lives by partnering with us.
Preservation & Education
The North GA Mountains History Center, a 501(c) (3) organization will serve as a state-of-the-art, regional tourist destination. It will be our mission to educate and preserve the deep-rooted heritage of the North GA Mountains area while providing educational learning opportunities, fostering community partnerships, and stimulating visitor traffic throughout the region. When fully operational, the History & Military Center will welcome an estimated 1,000+ visitors a year who will engage with museum exhibits covering Cherokee, Dawson, PIckens and other counties.
A showcase for stunning, multi-sensory exhibits that immerse visitors in North Georgia’s past and engage visitors of all ages in the region and beyond. The History Center will provide the required space to display an extensive collection of military artifacts of all our wars and interpret and reveal their significance through a variety of mediums to visitors of all ages. The Center will trace North Georgia’s history from the earliest days of the settlers, mountain life to modern times.
“If you want to understand today you have to search yesterday.”
Pearl S. Buck, American novelist (1892-1973)
HOW YOU CAN HELP
MAKE A DONATION
Your generosity makes our work possible. Without donors like you, we could not produce a high-quality history center & offer educational opportunities unique to our region.
BECOME A MEMBER
Memberships are available to fit any budget and they support our mission of educating and inspiring guests through the exploration of our heritage.
BE A SPONSOR
Our supporters are the heart of our organization, and your financial contribution makes it possible for the History Center to enrich, educate, and entertain our community.
OUR LATEST ACTIVITY
NGMHC is currently in negoiations with the owner of a building in Ball Ground. We’re in the process of fundraising, soliciting donations, and adding sponsors in order to raise money to secure the space in this building, purchase the equipment, design and purchase museum displays, signs, immersive and interactive screens and terminals.
The space is 3600 square feet which will be equally divided to house an extensive collection of military memorabilia, videos, and canvas prints. The other half of the history center will showcase a wide array of interesting trivia, historical events, places & people that covers the North Georgia region.
Will you help us make this happen? Help us make history by donating or becoming a sponsor!
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Did you know the marble used to carve the Lincoln Memorial came from Pickens County?
The Statue lies at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. It lies between the north and south chambers is the central hall containing the solitary statue of Lincoln sitting in contemplation. The statue was carved by the Piccirilli brothers under the supervision of the sculptor, Daniel Chester French, and took four years to complete.
The inscription above the statue reads ‘In this temple as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined forever.’
Built between 1914-1922