Reconciliation Marker Erected in Walker County

Northwest Georgia‚Äôs first Reconciliation Marker, acknowledging the segregation era of the South, was recently unveiled in Walker County. The marker, erected on the grounds of the Marsh House in LaFayette, tells the story of the lynching of Henry White. On September 20, 1916, the 24-year old African American man was accused of raping the white … Continue reading Reconciliation Marker Erected in Walker County