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Web: Georgia Land Lottery, 1827
Web: Georgia Marriages to 1850
Web: Georgia Tax Index, 1789-99
Web: Georgia Census, 1790-1890
Web: Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832
Web: Georgia Deaths, 1919-98
Web: Georgia History, Volume I-II
Web: Georgia Historical Collections
Web: Georgia and Florida Biographies
Web: Georgia Memoirs
Web: History of the State of Georgia, 1850-1881
Web: Land Grants to Georgia Revolutionary War Veterans
Web: Macon and Central Georgia, Historical Record
Web: The history of Georgia
Additional Resources (on other web sites)
Web: Georgia Slave Bills of Sale
Web: African American Cemeteries and Obituaries
Web: Friends of Cemeteries of Middle Georgia
Web: Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Public Health, Vital Records
Web: Georgia Official Directory of U.S. Congressmen, State and County Officers
Web: How to Write a Church History.
Web: Pride and Abandonment, Emory-at-Valdosta, 1928-1953. Includes rosters.
Web: Early Societies of Upper Georgia. History of Methodist societies northeast Georg
Web: The First Methodist Conference in Georgia. incld. maps & plats to loacate confer
Web: Atticus Greene Haygood (Methodist Bishop, Editor & Educator).
Web: Reminiscences of Rev. James Dunwody (of South GA Conference). (1875) 1995.
Web: Minutes of the Methodist Conferences in America, 1773-1813.
Web: Methodist Preachers in Georgia, 1783-1900.
Web: Methodist Preachers in GA, 1783-1900, A Supplement.
Web: The Candler School of Theology-Sixty Years of Service.
Web: The Glenn Memorial Story. (Located on the campus of Emory University, Atlanta, G
Web: Autobiography of Bishop L.H. Holsey.
Web: The Beginnings of the South Georgia Conference.
Web: Asbury's Georgia Visits (Taken from his journal.)
Web: Steward's Book for the Little River Circuit 1827-1841. (Encompassing cos. of Wil
Web: Steward's Book for the Burke & Ohoopee Circuits 1790-1823. (Including counties o
Web: Historical Directory of North Georgia Conference Churches.
Web: Changes in Charge Lines North GA Conference 1913-1997.indx.
Web: Milestones: The Journal of N. GA Methodist History. Vol. 3, No. 1. (Inc. article
Web: Milestones: The Journal of N. GA. Methodist History. Vol. 3, No. 2. (Inc. articl
Web: A Feast of Tabernacles:(Extensive information and black and white photographs of
Web: Quit Your Meanness. (Pamphlet sermon by America's greatest evangelist.)
Web: From Sunshine to Sunshine (Funeral of Bishop Pierce.)
Web: Multiple Copies: North Georgia Conference Journals, 1910-1986. (Most in reasonab
Web: Clues to Methodist Research in Georgia. (New and updated 1993).
Web: Memoirs from His Diary, 1865-1872 (Contains experiences of the entry of Methodis
Web: The Autobiography of Rev. Lewis Myers. (Early Methodist Circuit rider in GA & SC
Web: The Roll Book for the Societies of the Houston Circuit ca 1835.
Web: A History of the Georgia Baptist Association.
Web: A History of the Georgia Baptist Association, 1784-1984.
Web: A History of Mercer University, 1833-1953.
Web: The Cluster of Jesse Mercer.
Web: Baptists of Early America.
Web: Writing A History of Your Local Church.
Web: Marriages Recorded in the Christian Index, 1822-1855. (Microfilm only.)
Web: Obituaries Published by The Christian Index, 1822-1879.
Web: Obituaries Published by The Christian Index, 1890-1899.
Web: Savannah's Old Jewish Community Cemeteries. (Including short genealogical and bi
Web: St. Paul Parish 1755-1775 v. 1 (Parts of present day Columbia, Glascock, Jeffers
Web: St. George Parish 1755-1775 v.2 (Parts of present day Burke, Glascock, Jefferson
Web: St. Matthew Parish 1755-1775 v. 3 (Parts of present day Effingham & Screven Coun
Web: St. Philip Parish 1755-1775 v.4 (Parts of present day Bryan, Bullock, Candler, C
Web: Christ Church Parish 1755-1775 v.5 (Part of present day Chatham County)
Web: St. John Parish 1755-1775 v.6 (Parts of present day Bullock, Candler, Evans, Lib
Web: St. Andrew Parish 1755-1775 v.7 (Parts of present day Evans, Liberty, Long, McIn
Web: St. David, St. Mary, St. Patrick, & St. Thomas Parishes 1755-1775 v. 8 (Present
Web: The Islands of Georgia v.9 1755-1775 (Present day St. Simons, Skidoway, Tybee, S
Web: Georgia's Roster of the Revolution. (1920) 1997
Web: Entry Claims for Georgia Landholders 1733-1755
Web: Index to the 1830 Census of Georgia
Web: 1840 Georgia State Wide Census Index.
Web: Grand Lodge of Georgia 1854. Membership list of officers, members. Over 200 lodg
Web: Georgians Past: Special Files of GA Settlers & Citizens; Subjects & Counties; 17
Web: The Early Settlers of GA.; List of file heading of loose headright & bounty land
Web: A Researcher's Library of GA History, Genealogy & Record Sources, v2.
Web: 1850 Georgia Mortality Schedule or Census.
Web: First Settlers of Upper Georgia. (Early Virginia families in Wilkes, Oglethorpe,
Web: Some Georgia County Records. v2. (Clarke, Jasper, Randolph, Morgan, Putnam, Ogle
Web: Some GA County Records, v3. (Bibb, Butts, Fayette, Henry, Monroe, Newton.) over
Web: Some GA County Records, v4. (Burke, Butts, Columbia, Emanuel, Greene, Hancock, J
Web: Some GA County Records, v5. (Baker, Bibb, Early, Jones, Monroe, Marion, Morgan,
Web: Some Georgia Records, v6. (Cherokee, Cass, Cobb, Dawson, Forsyth, Gordon, Gwinne
Web: Some Georgia County Records, v7. (Clarke, Habersham, Franklin, Lincoln & Ogletho
Web: Some Georgia County Records, v8. (Burke, Chatham, Mongomery, Murray, Oglethorpe,
Web: Some Georgia County Records, v9. (Effingham toombstones, Morgan Deeds 1800-1811,
Web: Some Georgia County Records. V 10. (Baldwin, Burke, Cherokee, Jackson, Richmond)
Web: Georgia Citizens and Soldiers of the American Revolution.
Web: Marriages Recorded in the Christian Index, 1822-1855.
Web: In Celebration of a Legacy: The Traditional Arts of the Lower Chattahoochee Vall
Web: Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia, Their Rise and Decline. Pe
Web: N. Ga. Journal of History v3.
Web: A Bibliography of the Writings on GA History, 1900-1970.
Web: Bibliography of The Writings on Georgia History: A Supplement. (Supplement to 19
Web: Georgia Governor and Council Journal, 1753-1760.
Web: Georgia Governor and Council Journal, 1761-1767.
Web: Georgia Land Owners' Memorials, 1758-1776.
Web: Georgia Historical Markers: Coastal Counties. (Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Glynn, Li
Web: Scottish Emigration to Colonial America, 1607-1785.
Web: Memoirs of an esteemed Georgia lawyer and citizen who grew up in Poplar Grove, W
Web: The GA Black Book, v1.(Morbid, Macabre & Disgusting Records of Genealogical Valu
Web: The GA Black Book, v. 2.
Web: Whites Among the Cherokees, GA 1828-1838. Includes school rolls, militia musters
Web: Generations and Change: Genealogical Perspectives in Social History.
Web: Georgia and State Rights.
Web: The Last of American Freemen: Studies in the Political Culture of the Colonial &
Web: The Continuity of Cotton: Planter Politics in Georgia, 1865-1892.
Web: The Men and the Mills: A History of the Southern Textile Industry.
Web: 24 Little Essays in Georgia History.
Web: Oglethorpe: A Brief Biography.
Web: I Can Go Home Again. (Recollections of former Atlanta judge of Blakely area [SW
Web: Believe It or Not It Happened in Georgia. (A collection of unusual and humorous
Web: Atlanta in 1890: The Gate City (Pictorial review.)
Web: Swamp Water and Wiregrass:
Web: Fort Hawkins and Frontier Georgia: A Research Guide.
Web: A Sourcebook on the Early History of Cuthbert & Randolph Co., GA
Web: The Fighting Boys of Wiregrass. Ben Hill Guards (Co. C, 38th GA Reg. CSA) of Ema
Web: The Story of Samuel Harvill. (family from York Co VA to Liberty and Bullock Co.
Web: Land Lottery Lists of Oglethrope Co. (1804) & Hancock Co., GA (1806).
Web: Georgia Revolutionary Bounty Land Records, 1783-1785.
Web: Index to Headright and Bounty Grants in Georgia From 1756-1909.
Web: The 1827 Land Lottery of Georgia. (new index.)
Web: The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia.
Web: The 1832 Cherokee Land Lottery of Georgia.
Web: History of the Georgia Militia, 1783-1861 v1. Campaigns and Generals. Indexed. A
Web: History of the Georgia Militia, 1783-1861 v2. Counties and Commanders, Part One.
Web: History of the Georgia Militia, 1783-1861 v3. Counties and Commanders, Part Two.
Web: History of the Georgia Militia, 1783-1861 v4. Companies. Indexed. The histories
Web: Georgians In the Revolution: At Kettle Ck. (Wilkes Co.) & Burke Co.
Web: GA Revolutionary War Soldiers' Graves. 2 vols.
Web: Revolution War Invalid Pension Claims 1792-1794(from HR Doc. 32, 51. Index.
Web: Military Claims Barred by the Statutes of Limitation-1810
Web: Georgia's Signers and the Declaration of Independence.
Web: Revolutionary Memoirs and Muster Rolls. (A compilation of muster rolls of VA, PA
Web: Recollections of A GA Loyalist. (A Savannah family in the Revolution)
Web: 600 Revolutionary Soldiers Living in Georgia, 1827-1828.
Web: Militiamen, Rangers, and Redcoats: The Military in GA 1754-1776.
Web: Lachlan McIntosh & The Politics of Revolutionary Georgia.
Web: Marriages & Deaths Abstracted From Extant GA Newspapers, 1820-1830.(Athens, Augu
Web: The Wiregrass Reader:Southeast Georgia Newspaper Sources, including abstracts fr
Web: The Fighting Boys of Wiregrass.Ben Hill Guards (Co. C, 38th GA Reg. CSA) of Eman
Web: Colonial Mar. 1760-1810: GA County Marriages by Frances T. Ingmire.
Web: Bartow/Cass 1833-1861: GA County Marriages by Frances T. Ingmire.
Web: 1850 Mortality Census of GA
Web: Knight Family Records
Web: Levi J. Knight
Web: Georgia Genealogical Research (Schweitzer)
Web: Colonial Georgia Marriages 1760 - 1810
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The Campus Chronicle
The Metropolitan Spirit
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The Red and Black
The Revue and News
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