On October 19, 2014, the National Society Colonial Dames dedicated and unveiled a historic marker for the Oak Branch Fairgrounds Racetrack and Branch Family home on Price Mill Road outside Bishop, Ga. Russ Page, an Oconee County citizen active in farmland protection and historic preservation, shot video of the ceremony. This edited video clip contains all of that ceremony and some of the surrounding events. Nedra Johnson, president of the Thomas Miller Chapter of the Georgia Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, presided and is featured in the first part of the video. The video ends with an interview with Bill Douglas, who owns the property with his wife Lisa that made up the Branch Family home. The property belonged to the Branch family from 1888-1929.The race track was added in 1893 but became inactive as racing lost favor. The property, once threatened by development, is now a working farm again.