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Liquid Gold: Moonshine in Cherokee County
The exhibit will feature photographs, documents, firsthand accounts, and artifacts from the Society’s collection. Included in the exhibit are copper stills, photographs of distillery raids by law enforcement officials, ATF Daily reports from local agent, Warren Cagle, and videos including an oral history with Cagle, and of a liquor still in operation.
The exhibit will run through December and will be located in Suite 140 of the historic marble courthouse. The museum is located at 100 North Street, Canton 30114 and is free and open to the public. The operating hours are Wednesday-Friday from 10 to 5pm and Saturday from 10 to 3pm.
|Where||Cherokee County History Museum and Visitors Center 100 North St, Canton, GA 30114|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Cherokee County History Museum and Visitors Center
Cherokee County History Museum and Visitors Center is in the old courthouse on North Street in Canton. The location offers a wide range of educational activities and programs as well as historical artifacts, photographs and information. Admission is free. The location is also home to the offices and archives of the Cherokee County Historical Society.