The Historic Vickery House is the headquarters of the Georgia Appalachian Studies Center. In 2007, the Dahlonega Club donated the house and property to the university along with a charge to educate the community about the culture of the mountain region.
The VickeryHouse stands in tribute to its owners, tenants and guests who played significant roles in our past – in the Gold Rush era, in the development of the North Georgia College as an educational institution and in the state of Georgia.
-- Ella Ray Oakes, founder of the Dahlonega Club, the community organization that restored the VickeryHouse in 1976
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