Tallulah,as a girls’ name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Tallulah is “leaping water”. Related to the Choctaw word for water, “oka”. The Choctaws lived near the Tallulah waterfall, which derives its name from the Hitchiti (Creek) Indian word for “town”.
The Tallulah River 47.7-mile-long. It begins in Clay County North Carolina and flows south into Georgia, crossing the state line into Towns County. The river cuts through the Tallulah Dome-rock formation to form the Tallulah Gorge and its several waterfalls collectively known as Tallulah Falls.
The Tallulah 120 is a three seat 12′ cedar-strip rowboat. Its construction is similar to the cedar-strip canoes. It is stable in the water and comes with matching oars.