Introduction to Upcoming Book: “The Hidden History of Lake Allatoona, Cherokee County , Georgia” from Dautzenlein Publications

Our new book looks at one of the most history-rich spots in Northwest Georgia. The “Dots and Lines” of history found here, when connected, were found to span 10,000 years and connect all the way to California!

Some of the “Dots and Lines” are: Sixes, Cherokee Mills, McConnell’s Mill, Woodstock Culture, Gold Rush, Civil War, Little River, Etowah River, Lake Allatoona, Cherokee, Trail of Tears, Removal, Civil War skirmish.

Introduction:

 Dautzenlein Publications™:

Look at something around you.  Whatever you see, there’s more to it than what first meets the eye.  There are “hidden” connections waiting to be discovered. 

Dautzenleins are these connections, the vehicles to unlock the doors of discovery and understanding.

Dautzenleins {pronounced   “dots -‘n- lines” ) are the connections of people, places, dates, and events.

Dautzenlein books are invitations to look and see “what else” is around you; to discover the “dots and lines” that connect everything.

 Discovery makes life exciting!

Whether one discovers a new person, place, or idea; or discovers another way to look at something, it leads to understanding. All of life and history is a continuing discovery of the Dautzenleins around us.

*Dautzenleins – pronounced   “dots -‘n- lines” – are the connections of people, places, dates, and events.

Addendum at back of book:

The “Dots and Lines” of History.

We’ve all played the game “Connect the Dots” where a piece of paper has a large, random, group of numbered dots on it and when lines are drawn connecting the dots … a picture emerges. The simple “Rule” of that game is: Draw lines connecting the dots, in numerical order, starting with #1.

Had we been given the piece of paper and not known the “rule”, we might have carefully examine each dot on the page, individually, without connecting them with lines, without searching for the next dot to connect, and then wondered … what good is this?

History (and all of life) is like that piece of paper with many random dots on it… only the dots aren’t numbered! 

“NOT NUMBERED!!! How can we play the game and connect the dots if the dots aren’t numbered?”  Well, that’s a good question!

 We’ve heard the term “connecting the dots” which means to observe the elements of a situation or event, investigate their inter-connections, and discover the “real story” or the motivations surrounding the event so we can get the “big picture”.

History is the record and documentation of the people, places, and events of the past and how they relate to each other and to us. Some of these relationships are easy to see, while others often go unseen, even though they are very relevant and intriguing pieces of the picture.

If we view people, places, and artifacts as “Dots”, and view the rivers, roads, ideas, communications, and commerce as “Lines”, we can connect the “Dots” and “Lines” and discover some amazing and interesting aspects of history!

Our “Rule”: No dot exists without, at least, one line connected to it and no line exists without dots connected to it.

These connections serve as the “missing” numbers for each dot by connecting the dot to the next numberless dot.

Discover any connections… and more dots and lines will begin to fall into place from there… just start connecting!

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