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Post Office

“In November 1923, the United States Government granted Toccoa Falls a post office and named Rev. Forrest the postmaster. He actively participated in this organization,

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Paul Rader

The Story Behind “Only Believe” The General Council of the C&MA convened at Toccoa Falls in May 1919. The delegates were housed in army tents

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Paul and Mary Williams

Their Final Sacrifice (The following was taken from the book A Tree God Planted by Troy Damron) The barren, windswept plains of the Texas panhandle

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May Day 1951

The first time the David Ovens Student Center was used was for a May Day Celebration in 1951. They had a Maypole! May Day Celebration

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Life Outside the Classroom

“School life at Toccoa Falls furnished many opportunities for practical or vocational training. Along with their usual classes, students were taught farming, caring for livestock,

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