Year Erected: 1997
Marker Text: Author of “A Circuit Rider´s Wife” and many other books and articles, lived from 1913 until her death in 1935.
The most productive years of her career were spent in a picturesque log cabin, which, according to legend, was once the home of a Cherokee Indian chief.
Born at Elberton in 1869, she married the Rev. Lundy Howard Harris at the age of 17. From her experiences as the wife of an itinerant Methodist minister she later drew her literary material.
Exploring the TopicCorra Harris: Inspiration and Peace of Mind In The Valley
Research paper by Gary Owenby, Dr. Jennifer Dickey’s Introduction to Public History course, Kennesaw State University