John Pappas, left, and Jack Manis join other volunteers to set up over 850 flags honoring deceased veterans throughout the city of Ringgold, Ga., in preparation for Memorial day.
John Pappas, left, and Jack Manis join other volunteers to set up over 850 flags honoring deceased veterans throughout the city of Ringgold, Ga., in preparation for Memorial day.
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Sunday, September 18th, 2011
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Before Ringgold, Ga., was incorporated, travelers heading through the community had to pass through the gap in the mountains known as Taylor's Crossroads -- the road owned by Cherokee Chief Richard Taylor.

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