“Any slave found intoxicated in said Village,”

While flipping through Clark’s¬†History in Catoosa County¬†I found an interesting passage about the city of Ringgold’s early laws and ordinances. The General Assembly of Georgia incorporated Ringgold, which was in Walker County at that time, in 1847. This is a few years before the Western and Atlantic Railroad came through so the town had notContinue reading ““Any slave found intoxicated in said Village,””