Oconee, Part 1 - Introduction and Walhalla | Palmetto Places


Oconee County was an area once inhabited by Cherokee Indians. “Oconee” in the Cherokee language means “water eyes from the hills,” which is a fitting name for a location featuring many waterfalls, ranging from 40 feet to 400 feet high.

Joanna Angle discusses the geographic and political center of Oconee County: the town of Walhalla.