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History of Baldwin County, Georgia

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History of Baldwin County, Georgia

  • by Anna Maria Green Cook, 1844-1936
  • published by The Reprint Company, Publishers, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1925, 1978 (1992 reprint)

Available online at these locations:

1978/1992 reprint:
1925:

Table of Contents

PART I -- Historical Sketches. Indian Tribes. Treaty at Fort Wilkinson. Baldwin County laid out.
Mount Pelier. Wayne, Wilkinson and Baldwin Counties. Milledgeville laid off, 1803.
Commissioners appointed, 1804. Treasury and Public records moved 1807. Acts
passed by the General Assembly. Population in 1810. Forts and Indian Treaties.
Milledgeville in 1815. Old Stage Roads and Indian Trails. A scrap of Milledgeville's
Ancient History, (Mrs. Sarah H. Hall).Sketch, (Mrs. N. R. Talley). General LaFayette's
Visit to Milledgeville, (Mrs. 0. M. Cone). Oconee Town, (Mrs. J. L. Walker). A Glimpse
of the Old Capital of Georgia, (Mrs. Loula K. Rogers). Historic Site in Milledgeville.
The Baldwin Blues. Politics in Georgia. Judge Tait and General Clark.

PART II -- Institutions. Schools—Academy 1807. Dr. Wm. Montgomery Green. Dr. Cotting.
Boys Preparatory and Girls Seminary Oglethorpe University. Banks—State Bank. Darien.
Bank of Milledgeville. State Sanitarium. Churches—Camp Creek. Mount Olive. First Baptist.
Catholic. Episcopal. Bethel Methodist. First Methodist. First Presbyterian. Little Church
Under the Pines.

PART III -- Miscellaneous—Personal Reminisences. Faithful Negroes. Poem— Uncle Jerry.
Armistice Day in Milledgeville. Poem—Home Again.

PART IV -- Nancy Hart Chapter, D. A. R.—Story of Nancy Hart. Georgia Day first observed.
Funds started for marking Historic buildings. Major Jacob Gumm's grave marked. Old
Capitol Building and Governor's Mansion marked. Address of Dr. L. L. Knight. Y. M. C. A.
Hut given to G. M. C. French orphans supported. Memorial trees planted. Fort Wilkinson
marked. Treaty at Fort Wilkinson. Rock Landing. Liberty Tree Planted. Old Map of Milledgeville.
Real Daughters' graves marked. Revolutionary Soldiers' graves marked. La Fayette Centennial.
Address of Col. Erwin Sibley. Early marriage records of Baldwin County. Early Bible record.

PART V -- Biographies.

Errata

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