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Here are some sources of information on the history of Scull Shoals:

Calhoun, Charles H., Sr., 1965. "Dr. Lindsey Durham, A Brief Biography." and "The Durham Doctors, Biographical Sketches." Privately published booklet, 53 pp.

Coulter, E. Merton, 1964. "An Extinct Georgia Manufacturing and Farming Community." The Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 33-63.

Eatonton Messenger, 2001. "Scull Shoals dig offers guests a Passport in Time." The Eatonton Messenger, Thursday, April 26, 2001, p. 24.

Ferguson, Bruce K., 1999. "The Alluvial History and Environmental Legacy of the Abandoned Scull Shoals Mill." Landscape Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 147-156.

Griffin, Richard W., 1964. "The Textile Industry in Greene County, Georgia Before 1860." The Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 81-84.

Hickey, Louise McHenry, 1963. "Pneumatology, Voodoo, And a Fabulous Georgia Doctor." Georgia Magazine, October-November 1963, pp. 12-14.

Hunt, Caroline C., 1979. The Settlement, Development, and Decline of the Scull Shoals Community in Greene and Oconee Counties, 1784-1920. Prepared for the Archaeological Survey of Cobb-Fulton Counties, Atlanta, under contact to the USDA Forest Service. (Currently out of print, but being prepared for revised edition by Friends of Scull Shoals, Inc.)

Martin, Sara Hines, 2001. "Uncovering Our Hidden Heritage: May is Archaeology Awareness Month in Georgia." Georgia Magazine, May 2001, p. 18-20.

Osinski, Bill, 2001. "Web may help uncover secrets of Scull Shoals." Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Sunday, March 11, 2001, p. G8.

Raper, Arthur F., 1936.  Preface to Peasantry: a Tale of Two Black belt Communities. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC. 1943 Tenants of the Almighty. The Macmillan Company, New York.

Rice, Thaddeus B., and Carolyn W. Williams, 1961.  History of Greene County, Georgia, 1786-1886. Orig., J.W. Burke Company, Macon, GA. Reprinted 1973, Wilkes Publishing Co., Inc., Washington, GA.

Shearer, Lee, 2001. "Ghost Town: archaeologists, preservation group believe extinct town tells Georgia's history." Athens Banner-Herald. Monday, July 30, 2001, p. B3.

Skarda, Robert. Scull Shoals: The Mill Village that Vanished in Old Georgia.  Old Oconee Books, Buckhead, GA. 2007.

Stovall, Allen, 1984. Scull Shoals, A Feasibility Study. Prepared for the USDA Forest Service by the School of Environmental Design, University of Georgia, Athens. (Currently out of print).

White, George, 1849. Statistics of the State of Georgia. W. Thorne Williams, Savannah. 1854 Historical Collections of Georgia, Pudney and Russell, publishers, New York.

Womack, Jay, 1996. "A Brief Documentary History of Scull Shoals (A Summary of Caroline Hunt's Narrative)." Paper prepared for a graduate course in historic preservation from Dr. Mark Reinberger, Historic Preservation Program, University of Georgia, Athens.

Wynn, Jack T., 2001. "Guided Tours of Scull Shoals Archaeological Excavations." Greensboro Herald-Journal. March 16, 2001, p.3.

Wynn, Jack T., 2006.  Passport In Time Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Scull Shoals, Greene County, Georgia, 1999-2003.  Report prepared for the US Forest Service by Wynn Consulting and the Friends of Scull Shoals. Inc.

Wynn, Jack T. and Judson Kratzer, 2004. "Archaeology and Community: The Public-Private Partnership for Community History at Scull Shoals, Georgia.”  Early Georgia, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 17-38.

Wynn, Jack T., Rebecca E. Bruce, and Lee L. Certain, 1994. Past, Present, and Future: Cultural Heritage Management on the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests. USDA Forest Service, Gainesville, GA.

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