Vaughan's legacy endures at Red Top

Posted 1/8/19

Known for his love of history, Sherlin Brooks Vaughan's legacy endures at Red Top Mountain State Park. The Cartersville resident died Jan. 1 at the age of 86.In the 1900s, Vaughan was the driving …

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