National Register of Historic Places listings in Cherokee County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Cherokee County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 3, 2014.[1]
Contents: Counties in Georgia
Appling - Atkinson - Bacon - Baker - Baldwin - Banks - Barrow - Bartow - Ben Hill - Berrien - Bibb - Bleckley - Brantley - Brooks - Bryan - Bulloch - Burke - Butts - Calhoun - Camden - Candler - Carroll - Catoosa - Charlton - Chatham - Chattahoochee - Chattooga - Cherokee - Clarke - Clay - Clayton - Clinch - Cobb - Coffee - Colquitt - Columbia - Cook - Coweta - Crawford - Crisp - Dade - Dawson - Decatur - DeKalb - Dodge - Dooly - Dougherty - Douglas - Early - Echols - Effingham - Elbert - Emanuel - Evans - Fannin - Fayette - Floyd - Forsyth - Franklin - Fulton - Gilmer - Glascock - Glynn - Gordon - Grady - Greene - Gwinnett - Habersham - Hall - Hancock - Haralson - Harris - Hart - Heard - Henry - Houston - Irwin - Jackson - Jasper - Jeff Davis - Jefferson - Jenkins - Johnson - Jones - Lamar - Lanier - Laurens - Lee - Liberty - Lincoln - Long - Lowndes - Lumpkin - Macon - Madison - Marion - McDuffie - McIntosh - Meriwether - Miller - Mitchell - Monroe - Montgomery - Morgan - Murray - Muscogee - Newton - Oconee - Oglethorpe - Paulding - Peach - Pickens - Pierce - Pike - Polk - Pulaski - Putnam - Quitman - Rabun - Randolph - Richmond - Rockdale - Schley - Screven - Seminole - Spalding - Stephens - Stewart - Sumter - Talbot - Taliaferro - Tattnall - Taylor - Telfair - Terrell - Thomas - Tift - Toombs - Towns - Treutlen - Troup - Turner - Twiggs - Union - Upson - Walker - Walton - Ware - Warren - Washington - Wayne - Webster - Wheeler - White - Whitfield - Wilcox - Wilkes - Wilkinson - Worth


Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Ball Ground Historic District Upload image
December 4, 2009
(#09001057)
Old Canton Rd. and GA 372
34°20′21″N 84°22′41″W / 34.339158°N 84.378172°W / 34.339158; -84.378172 (Ball Ground Historic District)
Ball Ground
2 Canton Commercial Historic District Upload image
January 12, 1984
(#84000962)
Roughly bounded by Main, Church, Archer, and Marietta Sts.
34°14′12″N 84°29′27″W / 34.236667°N 84.490833°W / 34.236667; -84.490833 (Canton Commercial Historic District)
Canton
3 Canton Historic District Upload image
September 23, 2010
(#10000803)
Roughly centered on Main St. between the Etowah River on the west and Jeannette St. on the east
34°14′11″N 84°29′25″W / 34.236389°N 84.490278°W / 34.236389; -84.490278 (Canton Historic District)
Canton
4 Canton Cotton Mills No. 2 Upload image
April 1, 2002
(#02000293)
200 Ball Ground Hwy.
34°14′35″N 84°29′05″W / 34.243056°N 84.484722°W / 34.243056; -84.484722 (Canton Cotton Mills No. 2)
Canton
5 Canton Wholesale Company Building Upload image
November 13, 1997
(#97001421)
15 Main St.
34°14′43″N 84°29′04″W / 34.245278°N 84.484444°W / 34.245278; -84.484444 (Canton Wholesale Company Building)
Canton
6 Cherokee County Courthouse
Cherokee County Courthouse
May 28, 1981
(#81000198)
100 North St.
34°14′15″N 84°29′29″W / 34.2375°N 84.491389°W / 34.2375; -84.491389 (Cherokee County Courthouse)
Canton
7 Crescent Farm
Crescent Farm
November 27, 1989
(#89002032)
GA 5, SE of GA 140
34°14′12″N 84°29′55″W / 34.236667°N 84.498611°W / 34.236667; -84.498611 (Crescent Farm)
Canton
8 Alfred W. Roberts House Upload image
September 11, 1985
(#85002313)
GA 372
34°20′31″N 84°22′45″W / 34.341944°N 84.379167°W / 34.341944; -84.379167 (Alfred W. Roberts House)
Ball Ground
9 Woodstock Depot
Woodstock Depot
June 20, 1995
(#95000736)
2 N. Main St. (GA 5)
34°06′02″N 84°31′09″W / 34.100556°N 84.519167°W / 34.100556; -84.519167 (Woodstock Depot)
Woodstock

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 3, 2014.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.