Historic Markers Across Georgia



Uchee Path



Marker ID: GHM 012-4
Location: Ga 26 at Eighth St, north edge of Cochran, GA
County: Bleckley
Coordinates: N 32° 23.561    W 083° 20.846
  32.392683    -83.34743
Style: Free Standing **
Waymark: WM82TF
Uchee Path  Marker
Photo by Ken Moser



Text:

This highway coincides closely with a segment of a noted east-west Indian route called the Lower Uchee Path. Beginning at Old Town on the Ogeechee, the trail led this way by Carr´s Shoals, on the Oconee, above Dublin, thence via Cochran, Hawkinsville and Montezuma to Uchee Town on the Chattahoochee River, in Russell County Alabama.

At the Ogeechee, the trail connected with various paths leading from former Uchee settlements on the middle Savannah River.

The route was opened around 1729 when the Uchees began removing to the town on the Chattahoochee River. This way paralleled another trail to the northward which was known as the Upper Uchee Path.

GHM 013-4 Georgia Historical Commission 1957This highway coincides closely with a segment of a noted east-west Indian route called the Lower Uchee Path. Beginning at Old Town on the Ogeechee, the trail led this way by Carr´s Shoals, on the Oconee, above Dublin, thence via Cochran, Hawkinsville and Montezuma to Uchee Town on the Chattahoochee River, in Russell County Alabama.

At the Ogeechee, the trail connected with various paths leading from former Uchee settlements on the middle Savannah River.

The route was opened around 1729 when the Uchees began removing to the town on the Chattahoochee River. This way paralleled another trail to the northward which was known as the Upper Uchee Path.

GHM 012-4 Georgia Historical Commission 1961




Uchee Path
Photo by Ken Moser



 

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