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Head's Mill, in Hall County, GA, was last remodeled during the Great Depression by then-owner F.H. Turner, who replaced its wooden water wheel and millrace with metal. By the end of WW II in 1945, however, the availability of electricity throughout rural Hall County, combined with a booming manufacturing economy and increased availability of store-bought dry goods, had all but eliminated demand for hydraulic power.

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Lake Lanier Lakeside Restaurants in Hall County GA – The ones we LOVE!

Best Lakeside Restaurants on Lake Lanier in Hall County GA - our favorites! http://hallcountybusiness.com/lake-lanier-lakeside-restaurants-in-hall-county-ga-the-ones-we-love/

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Hall County GA Cow Tipping Team TShirt - #sweats #white hoodie mens. GET YOURS => https://www.sunfrog.com/Funny/Hall-County-GA-Cow-Tipping-Team-T-Shirt-Royal-Blue-Guys.html?60505

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Blackwell Photography, Hall county GA photographer, Gainesville GA photographer, on Facebook at Blackwell Photography, website coming soon! For booking info info@blackwell-photography.com

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1973 Stardust 53 X 14 Houseboat for Sale (50460) in Hall County, GA - Specs and Photos - POP Yachts

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Northeast of Gainsvill about 10 miles on Whitehall Rd. along the North Oconee River. Just south of Rt 23. Hall Co - GA

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For my brother's new shop. Not level or perfect but it is his now. Made from oak reclaimed from a barn in Hall County, GA. Measures 61-1/2 x 35. Was supposed to be 62x36 but stuff happens. It soaked up a quart of linseed oil cut in half with mineral spirits. I gave the top an extra coat of Danish Oil and finished it all off with a little home made wipe-on poly (half Min-wax polyurethane and half mineral spirits). Reclaimed wood always put up a fight but I think it is worth it in the…

Hub’s Creek, 60', 1977, 10-69-A) across Hub’s Creek NW of Gainesville, Hall County, GA. GA60 N. 4.7 miles from jct with US129 in Gainesville, W. on Garden Blvd. 10-69-A

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For my brother's new shop. Not level or perfect but it is his now. Made from oak reclaimed from a barn in Hall County, GA. Measures 61-1/2 x 35. Was supposed to be 62x36 but stuff happens. It soaked up a quart of linseed oil cut in half with mineral spirits. I gave the top an extra coat of Danish Oil and finished it all off with a little home made wipe-on poly (half Min-wax polyurethane and half mineral spirits). Reclaimed wood always put up a fight but I think it is worth it in the…