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Dalton Morganton Railroad, 1870

From The Atlanta Constitution
Sept. 24, 1870

DALTON AND MORGANTOWN RAILROAD

At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Dalton and Morgantown Railroad Company, held at Dalton on Friday the 16th, that the line of road surveyed from Dalton to Ellijay via Spring Place and Field's Gap in the Cohuttah Mountains was adopted. The further survey, from Ellijay to the North Carolina state line, was not fully prepared for adoption at that meeting. Grading will commence on this end of the road, at Dalton, in a few days. Dalton Citizen.

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