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Crawford County was a major pottery center in the 1800s and into the 1930s. “Jug makers” from the Long, Merritt, Becham, Averett, Yaughn, Marshall, Bryant, Pyles, and other families shipped their churns, storage jars, jugs, bowls, pitchers, chicken waterers and ant traps all over the Southeast. The county’s clay is still prized today by folk and studio potters
In celebration of the pottery-making heritage of Crawford County, the 8th annual Georgia JugFest and Old Knoxville Days, offers a look
May 17 - May 18, 2013