Incorporated in 1905, Bogart's proximity to the railroad made it a flourishing small town that housed a bank, mercantile store, drug store, boarding house, railroad depot, blacksmith shops, three cotton gins, a post office, gristmills, and a school at the Baptist Church. Today, Bogart is a thriving rural town within the northeastern corner of Oconee County.
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