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New Echota Ferry

Historical Marker

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Located on the grounds of New Echota

New Echota Ferry

The head of the Oostanaula River

is formed 200 yards northeast by

the confluence of the Coosawattee

and the Conasauga Rivers. The

passage of travelers and freight

along the Tennessee Road was served

at this point by a ferry operated

by the Cherokee Indians, principally

by Alexander McCoy from 1819

through 1835.


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Photo taken by Beth Shaw, GAGenWeb Gordon County Coordinator


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