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  • Georgia List of Registered Druggists 1940
    U. S. Federal Census
  • Years available: 1820  1830  1840  1850  1860  1870  1880  1890  1900  1910  1920  1930  1940  
  • Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1830-1890 and 1910-1950 (PDF) at Archives.gov [T1224]
  • Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1930-1940 at Archives.gov
  • Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1930 (PDF) at Archives.gov [M1930]
  • Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1900-1940 (PDF) at Archives.gov [A3378]
  • Genealogical Societies
  • East Georgia Genealogical Society
  • Wiregrass Genealogical Society
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    Historical Societies
  • Genealogy Unlimited Society, Inc.
  • Marble Valley Friends
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    Biographical Timelines (Born or Died in this Location)
  • Herbert Sherman Burling, Jr. (1922 - 2011)
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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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    Newspapers
  • Creative Loafing
  • South Georgia Online
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  • The Brunswick News
  • The Campus Chronicle
  • The Forest-Blade
  • The Metropolitan Spirit
  • The News Observer
  • The Red and Black
  • The Revue and News
  • The Times-Herald
  • Tribune & Georgian
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  • Appling County
  • Atkinson County
  • Bacon County
  • Baker County
  • Baldwin County
  • Banks County
  • Barrow County
  • Bartow County
  • Ben Hill County
  • Berrien County
  • Bibb County
  • Bleckley County
  • Brantley County
  • Brooks County
  • Bryan County
  • Bulloch County
  • Burke County
  • Butts County
  • Calhoun County
  • Camden County
  • Candler County
  • Carroll County
  • Catoosa County
  • Charlton County
  • Chatham County
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  • Chattooga County
  • Cherokee County
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  • Clay County
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  • Echols County
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  • Emanuel County
  • Evans County
  • Fannin County
  • Fayette County
  • Floyd County
  • Forsyth County
  • Franklin County
  • Fulton County
  • Gilmer County
  • Glascock County
  • Glynn County
  • Gordon County
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  • Gwinnett County
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  • Hall County
  • Hancock County
  • Haralson County
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  • Hart County
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  • Irwin County
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  • Jasper County
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  • Lamar County
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  • Webster County
  • Wheeler County
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  • Wilkes County
  • Wilkinson County
  • Worth County
  • The state of Georgia was established as part of the United States on January 2, 1788, making it the 4th to join the Union. Atlanta is the state capitol. For the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Georgia page in the Live Roots catalog.

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