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  • Name of Tartan:
    Dahlonega (District)
  • Alternative Name: Bolingbroke & Jones #5548
  • ITI Number: 7882
  • Category: American District
  • Designer / Source: Bolingbroke & Jones
  • Date: 1870
Dahlonega (District)
  • Notes: This is also #5548 from the Bolingbroke & Jones records of 1870 and was adopted in January 2009 by the town of Dahlonega (Delonega) (gateway to the Appalachian Mountains) in Georgia, USA. The city's name since 1833 comes from the Cherokee-language word "Talonige" or "Dalonige", meaning 'yellow money' or 'gold' and ." the first major U.S. gold rush took place there in 1828 some twenty years before California. With a population of 3,6,38 (2000) it is located at the north end of Georgia 400, which connects Atlanta to many affluent suburbs to the north. It is consistently named as a best place to retire by many different publications, due to its low cost of living, vibrant activities, continuing education for seniors, festivals, and beautiful setting. From a pattern book belonging to C & F Bolingbroke & Jones of Norwich (England) which was compiled prior to 1870 and is at present (2002) in the possession of Norwich Museum. Bolingbroke & Jones closed in the 1890s.
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