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The mill at Sixes has a history as long as north Georgia itself. Before the Land Lottery of 1832 divided the Cherokee Nation up to land-greedy Georgians, a group of men lived in the area and worked in relative secracy, perhaps for ten years or more. The area is known for its gold vein (part of the vein that created the Georgia Gold Rush in 1829).
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The mill at Sixes has a history as long as north Georgia itself. Before the Land Lottery of 1832 divided the Cherokee Nation up to land-greedy Georgians, a group of men lived in the area and worked in relative secracy, perhaps for ten years or more. The area is known for its gold vein (part of the vein that created the Georgia Gold Rush in 1829).