AUGUSTA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY LIBRARY

GEORGIA BIBLIOGRAPHY

Prepared by Kathy Jarvis
Methodology/Research Aids:

Adams, Marilyn L., ed. Leon S. Hollingsworth Genealogical Card File: An

Introduction and Inventory. Atlanta: R.J. Taylor, Jr., Foundation,

1979. [F285.2 H6A3]

Adams, Marilyn. Georgia Local and Family History Sources in Print.

Clarkston, GA: Heritage Research, 1982. [F281.2 A3]

Adamson, Carrie M. Georgia Research: Handout Accompanying Georgia Research

Lectures Presented at Samford University Institute of Historical and

Genealogical Research, Birmingham, Alabama, 20 June 1990. n.p., n.d.

[F281.1 A3 1990]

Atlanta Junior Members Round Table of American Library Association. Georgia

Author Bibliography. Atlanta: Inez B. Brown, 1942. [F281.2 A28]

Augusta Genealogical Society. Index to Surname-Area File: List of Issues of

Southern Echoes in Which Members' Total Surname Area Search Files were

Published, 1979-1983. Augusta: The Society, n.d. [F281.S821]

Bailie, W. G., comp. State Examining Board Roster of Funeral Homes, 1991.

Spartanburg: The Compiler, 1992. [F281.4 F8B2]

Bearden, Tracy D., ed. Georgia Historical Quarterly Index Volumes I-LX 1917- 1976, Volume 1 A-K. Savannah, GA: The Society, 1991. [F281.G285 Index, v.1, A-K]

_____. Georgia Historical Quarterly Index Volumes I-LX 1917-1976, Volume 2 L- Z. Savannah, GA: The Society, 1991. [F281.G285 Index, v.2, L-Z]

Boone, Carl Hardaway Boone, ed. Georgia Edition Governmental Guide.

Nashville, TN: The Editor, 1948. [F281.4 B66 1948]

Britt, Albert Sidney, Jr. and Anthony Roane Dees. Selected Eighteenth Century Manuscripts Georgia Historical Society Collections, volume XX. Savannah: The Society, 1980. [F281.3 G84 v.XX 1980]

Brooke, Ted O. Georgia Cemetery Directory and Bibliography of Georgia

Cemetery Reference Sources. Marietta, GA: The Author, 1985. [F281.4

C3B7]

Brooke, Ted O. and Robert S. Davis. Georgia Genealogical Workbook. Atlanta:

Georgia Genealogical Society, 1987. [F281.1 B7 1987]

Bryan, Mary Givens. Georgia' Official Register 1953-1954. Atlanta: Georgia

Department of Archives and History, n.d. [F281.4 G8R2]

Burnett, James C., Jr., comp. Surname and Place Name Index to White's

Statistics of Georgia. Dallas, TX: Tracers Project, n.d. [F281.4 H4W5

Index]

Catalogue of the Georgia Society D.A.R. Library ("The Georgia D.A.R.

Collection of Genealogical and Historical Records') in the Georgia

Department of Archives and History. Atlanta: The Society, 1954-55.

[F281.3 G8 D5 1954-55]

Checklist of Records Available for Research on Military Records at the

National Archives, Atlanta Branch. n.p., n.d. [F281.3 N2M4]

Christensen, Larry. Searching for Early Georgia Physicians. n.p., n.d.

[F281.5 C5]

Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research. Georgia County Records on

Microfilm. Houston, TX: Clayton Library, n.d. [F281.3 C5]

Cook, Louis D., comp. Guide to the Manuscript Collections of the Atlanta

Historical Society. Atlanta: Atlanta Historical Society, 1976.

[F281.3 A8L6]

Crane, Mildred. Genealogical Sources in the University of Georgia Libraries:

A Selected List. Athens: University of Georgia, 1987. [F281.3 U8C7]

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. A Guide to Native American (Indian) Research Sources

at the Georgia Department of Archives and History. Jasper, GA: The

Author, 1985. [F281.3 G8I6]

_____. A Guide to Native American (Indian) Research Sources at the Georgia

Department of Archives and History. Jasper, GA: The Author, 1985.

[F281.5 G8I5 D2]

_____. Research in Georgia. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1981.

[F281.1. D3 1981]

_____. A Researcher's Library of Georgia History, Genealogy and Records

Sources, Vol. 1. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1987.

[F281.5 D2]

_____. A Researcher's Library of Georgia History, Genealogy and Records

Sources, Vol. 2. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1991.

[F281.5 D2 1991]

Documenting Marriages in Georgia: Colonial Period Through 1900. n.p., n.d.

[F281.1 G8M2]

Dorsey, James Edward. Georgia Genealogy and Local History. Spartanburg, SC:

Reprint Co., 1983. [F281.2 D6]

_____. Bibliography of the Writings on Georgia History: A Supplement.

Swainsboro, GA: Magnolia Press, 1983. [F281.2 D61 supp.]

Flocks, Sally. Directory of Georgia's Historical Organizations and Resources.

Atlanta: Georgia Department of Archives and History, 1987. [F281.4

G8R31 1987]

Geisert, Barbara A. Genealogical Center Library 1992 Book Catalog. n.p.,

1992. [F281.3 G34]

Georgia Department of Archives and History Students. Descriptive Inventory

Number 1: Records of Georgia Prison Commission 1817-1936. A Part of

the Records of the Georgia Board of Corrections, Record Group 21.

Atlanta: The Archives, 1969. [F281.5 P7 G3]

Georgia Department of Archives and History. Supplement to Yenawine's

Checklist of Source Materials for the Counties of Georgia. Atlanta:

The Archives, 1967. [F281.5 G285 G8 1967]

_____. Historical Organizations and Resources in Georgia. Atlanta: The

Department, 1996. [F281.4 G8R31 1996]

Georgia Historical Society. Georgia Historical Society Finding Aids: General

Genealogical Guidelines. n.p., n.d. F281.3 G84G3]

_____. Genealogical Sources at the Georgia Historical Society. Savannah:

The Society, n.d. [F281.3 G84 G31]

Georgia Newspapers on Microfilm at the University of Georgia Libraries. n.p.,

n.d. [F281.3 U8N3]

A Guide to Public Records in Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F281.5 G3]

Georgia Repositories, Miscellaneous. n.p., n.d. [F281.315]

Georgia Research Miscellaneous. [F281.15]

Georgia Research Miscellaneous, Georgia Archives. [F281.15 G8]

Hartz, Emily K. and Hartz, Fred R. Family Histories in the John E. Ladson

Historical and Genealogical Foundation Library (A Bibliography with

Family Name Index). Vidalia, GA: The Authors, 1986. [F281.3 L2H3]

_____. Family Histories in the John E. Ladson Historical and Genealogical

Foundation Library (A Bibliography with Family Name Index), 2nd ed.

Vidalia, GA: The Authors, 1994. [F281.3 L2H3 2nd ed.]

Harwell, Richard Barksdale. Confederate Imprints at the Georgia Historical Society, Georgia Historical Society Collections, volume XIV. Savannah: The Society, 1975. [F281.3G84 v.XVI 1975]

Hawes, Lilla Mills and Karen Elizabeth Osvald. Checklist of Eighteenth Century Manuscripts in the Georgia Historical Society, Georgia Historical Society Collections, volume XIX. Savannah: The Society, 1976. [F281.3G84 v. XIX 1976]

Hehir, Donald M. Georgia Families: A Bibliographic Listing. Bowie, MD:

Heritage Books, Inc., 1993. [F285.2 H3]

Hollingsworth, Leon S., comp. Georgia Genealogical Society Workshop Issue.

Calhoun, GA: Knight Printing and Office Supply, 1969. [F281.1 H6 1969]

Huxford Genealogical Library. A Listing of Books and Source Materials.

Homerville, GA: The Library, 1983. [F281.3 H8]

______. Huxford Library Books and Source Materials, Updated March 1990.

Homerville, GA: n.p., 1990. [F281.3 H81]

______. Huxford Library Books and Source Materials, Updated October 1, 1994.

Homerville, GA: Huxford Genealogical Society, 1994. [F281.3 H811 1994]

Jones, Charles C., Jr. The Georgia Historical Society: It's Founders, Patrons

and Friends: Anniversary Address Delivered in Hodgson Hall on the 14th

of February 1881. Savannah: Georgia Historical society, 1881.

[F281.G285H4]

The Libraries from A-Z: The University of Georgia Libraries Handbook 1978-

1979. Athens: University of Georgia Libraries, 1979. [F281.3 U8 1978-

1979]

McAninch, Glen. Directory of Georgia Archives and Manuscript Repositories.

Atlanta, GA: Society of Georgia Archivists, 1983. [F281.4 G8R3 1983]

McLandor, Jan. Subject Index to 26 Years of the Georgia Genealogical Society

Quarterly 1964-1989. Atlanta: Georgia Genealogical Society, 1990.

[F281.G283 1964-1989 Index]

Magazine Index. Updated May 1990. Index to Source Material in the Following

Magazines: Georgia Genealogical Magazine, Georgia Genealogical Society

Quarterly, Georgia Pioneers, Huxford Genealogical Society Magazine,

Southern Genealogists Exchange. Homerville, GA: n.p., 1990. [F281.2

H8 Index]

National Archives, Atlanta Branch. Miscellaneous Publications, n.p., n.d.

[F281.3 N2]

National Archives Southeast Region. Checklist of Records Available for Research into Family History, n.p., n.d. [F281.3 N2G3 1997]

Nielsen, Kristin. Newspaper Indexes in the University of Georgia Libraries: A Geographical and Chronological Listing. n.p., n.d. [F281.5 N3U8]

Overbeck, James A. Historical Organizations and Resources in Georgia. Atlanta: Georgia Historical Records and Advisory Board, 1996. [F281.4 G8R31 1996]

Purdie, Hazel. Georgia Bibliography: County Histories. Atlanta: Georgia

Department of Education, 1979. [F281.2 P9]

Risner, Kevin R., comp. Genealogy a Guide to Selected Sources in the University of Georgia Libraries. University of Georgia Libraries Bibliographies Series, No. 17. n.p., 1992. [F281.5 G3U8]

Roth, Darlene R. and Shadron, Virginia. Women's Records: A Preliminary Guide.

Atlanta: Georgia Department of Archives and History, 1978. [F281.3

G8W6]

Rowland, Arthur Ray and Dorsey, James E. A Bibliography of the Writings on

Georgia History 1900-1970. Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Co., 1978.

[F281.2 R6]

_____. Georgia Almanacs. Augusta: RR Books, 1996. [F281.2 R76]

Spalding, Phinizy. The Book of Accessions: Georgia Depositories 1973-1980.

Savannah: Georgia Historical Society, 1981. [F281.3 G84S7 1981]

State Bar of Georgia Directory 1980-1981. n.p., n.d. [F281.4 B2 1980-1981]

State Bar of Georgia Directory 1986-1987. n.p., n.d. [F281.4 B2 1986-1987]

State of Georgia Telephone Directory, 1993. Atlanta: Department of

Administrative Serevices, 1993. [F281.4 G2 1993]

Stephens, Barbara P., ed. Medical College of Georgia Fact Book 1980-1981: The

Division of Educational Research and Development. Augusta: Medical

College of Georgia, 1981. [F281.4 M3S7 1981]

Thomas, Kenneth H., Jr. Genealogical Columns. n.p., n.d. [F281.25 T4]

_____. Ken Thomas on Genealogy: A Collection of the First Two Years of a

Genealogical Column from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Roswell, GA:

W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1981. [F281.25 T41]

_____. Trials and Tribulations of Georgia Research. {Presentation to the

Augusta Genealogical Society 4 June 1981}, n.p., n.d. [F281.1 T4 1981]

Tilgham, Levin, comp. Newspaper Indexes in the University of Georgia

Libraries: A Geographical and Chronological Listing. University of

Georgia Bibliographies Series, No. 26, Revised January 1980. Athens:

University of Georgia Libraries, 1980. [F281.3 U8 N31]

United States Postal Service. Georgia ZIP + 4 State Directory. Washington,

DC: U.S. Postal Service, 1985. [F281.4 U5P6 Z5]

University of Georgia Libraries. The Georgia Newspaper Project Holdings List.

Athens: The Libraries, 1991. [F281.3 U8N31 1991]

Warnock, Robert Holcomb. Georgia Sources for Family History. Atlanta: Georgia Genealogical Society, 1995. [F281.4 W27]

Who's Who in Georgia, 1st ed. Atlanta: Southern Highlands Foundation, 1982.

[F281.4 W4 1982]

Wilcox, Herbert. Georgia Scribe Selected Columns by Herbert Wilcox. Atlanta: Cherokee Publishing, 1974. [F281.25 W45]

Willingham, Robert Marion, Jr. and Richard Barksdale Harwell. Georgiana: A

Selection of a Dozen Dozen Collectible Georgia Books. Atlanta: Harvey

Dan Abrams, Publisher, 1979. [F281.2W45]

Patriotic/Lineage Societies:

Anderson, Mary Savage and Britt, Annie McI. A History of the National Society

of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia. Savannah: The

Society, 1977. [F281.6 C4 H4 1983-1950]

Britt, Albert Sydney, Jr. The Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia. {Reprinted from the Georgia Historical Quarterly Winter edition 1970-1971}, n.p., n.d. [F281.6 C46B74]

Clarke, Josiah T. comp. Knight Templary in Georgia. Macon: Masonic Home

Print Shop, 1943. [F281.6 F7M2 KTC5]

Connell, Lamar L. National Society Daughters of the American Colonists 1921-

1984. Lakemont, GA: Copple House Books, 1985. [F281.6 D3 H4 1921-

1984]

Constitution of the Confederate Survivors Association, Camp 435. U.C.V.

Augusta: Chronicle Job Printing Co., 1899. [F281.6 S38 C66 1890]

Daughters of the American Revolution in Georgia. Chapter Histories Daughters

of the American Revolution in Georgia 1891-1931. Augusta, GA: Ridgely-

Tidwell Co., 1931. [F281.6 D5H4 1891-1931]

Daughters of the American Revolution. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution v. 1. Atlanta: Charles P. Byrd, 1926. [F281.6 D5G3 v.1 1926]

Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Papers on Microfilm, Selected

Georgia Counties, 1981. n.p., n.d. [F281.6 D5L4 1981]

Davidson, Grace Gillam. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution, vol. 2: Records of Richmond Co., Georgia formerly St. Paul's Parish. Vidalia: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, n.d. [F281.6 D5G3 v.2 1929]

_____. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the

American Revolution, Vol. 3: Records of Elbert Co., Georgia. Atlanta: Stein Printing Co., 1930. [F281.6 D5G3 v.3 1930]

Emert, Barbara Jean, ed. The Georgia Division Children of the Confederacy

History 1912-1987. n.p., 1987. [F281.6 U55 H4 1912-1987]

Gentry, James C. (Mrs.) Index to Vol. 1 Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Published 1926. Atlanta: Stein Printing Co., 1931. [F281.6 D5G3 Index, v.1 1926]

Gentry, Mrs. Lelia Thornton, comp. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution , Vol. 4: Old Bible Records and Land Lotteries. Vidalia: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1969. [F281.6 D5G3 v.4 1932]

The Georgia Society Dames of the Court of Honor, Yearbook 1953-1956. n.p.,

n.d. [F281.6 D1 Y3 1953-1956]

Georgia Society, Colonial Dames of America. Register. Baltimore: The

Waverly Press, Inc., 1937. [F281.6 C4R5 1937]

Georgia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Membership Roster.

Atlanta: The Society, 1962. [F281.6 S3M2 1962]

Georgia Division United Daughters of the Confederacy. Ancestor Roster, v. 1

A-B. Atlanta: The Society, 1992. [F281.6 U5 v.1 (A-B)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 2 C-D. Atlanta: The Division, 1992. [F281.6 U5 v.2 (C-D)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 3 E-G. Atlanta: The Division, 1992. [F281.6 U5

v.3 (E-G)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 4 H-I. Atlanta: The Division, 1993. [F281.6 U5

v.4 (H-I)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 5 J-L. Atlanta: The Division, 1993. [F281.6 U5

v.5 (J-L)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 6 M. Atlanta: The Division, 1993. [F281.6 U5 v.6

(M)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 7 N-R. Atlanta: The Division, 1993. [F281.6 U5

v.4 (N-R)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 8 S. Atlanta: The Division, 1993. [F281.6 U5 v.8

(S)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 9 T-V. Atlanta: The Division , 1994. [F281.6 U5

v.9 (T-V)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 10 Z. Atlanta: The Division , 1994. [F281.6 U5

v.10 (Z)]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 11 A-F. Atlanta: The Division, 1995. [F281.6 U5

v.11]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 12 G-Z. Atlanta: The Division , 1995. [F281.6 U5

v.12]

_____. Ancestor Roster, v. 13 A-Z. Atlanta: The Division, 1997 [F281.6 U5

v.13

_____. Confederate Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865, vol. 1. Atlanta:

The Division, 1995. [F291.R36 U5 1861-1865, v.I] {Library also has volumes 2-7}

_____. Crosses and Medals Awarded by the Georgia Division United Daughters of

the Confederacy, vol. I, A-C. Atlanta: The Division, 1996. [F291.A92

U5 v.I, A-C]

_____. Crosses and Medals Awarded by the Georgia Division United Daughters of

the Confederacy, vol. II, D-H. Atlanta: The Division, 1996. [F291.A92

U5 v.II, D-H]

_____. Crosses and Medals Awarded by the Georgia Division United Daughters of

the Confederacy, vol. III, I-M. Atlanta: The Division, 1996. [F291.A92 U5 v.III, I-M]

_____. Crosses and Medals Awarded by the Georgia Division United Daughters of

the Confederacy, vol. IV, N-Z. Atlanta: The Division, 1996. [F291.A92

U5 v.IV, N-Z]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, vol. 1 Appling County - Crawford County.

Atlanta. The Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 v.1]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, vol. 2 Crisp County - Gordon County.

Atlanta. The Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 v.2]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, vol. 3 Grady County - McDuffie County.

Atlanta. The Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 v.3]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, vol. 4 McIntosh County - Terrell County.

Atlanta. The Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 v.4]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, vol. 5 Thomas County - Worth County.

Atlanta. The Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 v.5]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, vol. 6 Alabama - West Virginia. Atlanta.

The Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 v.6]

_____. Roster of Confederate Graves, Index vols. 1 - 6. Atlanta. The

Division, 1995. [F291.C3 U5 Index, I-VI]

_____. Program Sixty-Eighth Annual Convention. Augusta: n.p., 1963. [F281.6 U5 C67 1963]

Georgia Division Roster and Ancestry Roll of the United Daughters of the

Confederacy 1960. Smyrna, GA: UDC, 1960. [F281.6 U5 A6 1960]

The Historical Activities Committee, NCSD. Early Georgia Portraits 1715-1870. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1975. [F281.6 C4]

Lucy Cook Peel Memorial Committee, comps. Historical Collections of the

Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution v. 1. Atlanta: Georgia State Printer, 1926. [F281.6 D5G3 v.1 1926]

_____. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution v. 3. Atlanta: Georgia State Printer, 1930. [F281.6 D5G3 v.3 1930]

Minutes of the Fifty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Georgia Division of the

United Daughters of the Confederacy. n.p., 1952 {Library also has

years 1953, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1980, 1981, 1983,

1985, 1986, 1988, 1989} [F281.6 U5 M3 1953]

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Georgia State

Society Proceedings. {Library has years 1901, 1903, 1919, 1928, 1929,

1930, 1932, 1937, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959,

1960, 1961, 1965, 1966-67, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979} [F281.6

D5 P6 + year]

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Georgia State

Society. Program. Fifty-Eighth State Conference 1956. Georgia State

Society of the National Society of the Daughters of the American

Revolution. Atlanta: The Society, 1956. [F281.6 D5P7 1956]

_____. Program. Sixty-Ninth State Conference 1967. Georgia State Society of

the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Macon: The Society, 1956. [F281.6 D5P7 1967]

National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, Georgia Chapter.

Supplement to the 1937 Register of Members and Ancestors of the National

Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia.

Savannah: Printcraft Press, 1977. [F281.6 C4 supp. 1977]

National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia.

Register of Ancestors. Savannah: The Society, 1988. [F281.6 C4 R5

1988]

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Georgia State

Society. Membership Roll and Register of Ancestors of the Georgia State

Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. n.p., {Library has

years 1946, 1956, 1966, 1976, 1986} [F281.6 D5 A6 + year]

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Directory of

Committees, 1977-1978. Washington: The Society, 1977. [F281.6 D5 C7

1977-1978]

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Handbook of the

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 18th ed.

Washington: The Society, n.d. [F281.6 D5H2 1975]

National Society United States Daughters of 1812, State of Georgia. History

of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812, State of

Georgia, 1901-1942. Atlanta: John T. Hancock Publisher, 1943. [F281.6

D6H4 1901-1942]

National Society United States Daughters of 1812. Roster State of Georgia,

1953-1956. n.p., n.d. [F281.6 D6M2]

Peel, William Lawson (Mrs.), ed. Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1968. [F281.6D5H2 v.2 1902]

Prescott, Miss Helen M., comp. Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 3. Vidalia: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1968. {Reprint of 1902 ed.} [F281.6D5H2 v.3 1910]

Report of the Board of Trustees of the Confederate Soldiers' Home of Georgia for 1907. Atlanta: Franklin-Turner Co., 1908. [F291.S65 1907]

Rosier, William Henry and Pearson, Fred Lamar, Jr. The Grand Lodge of

Georgia: Free and Accepted Masons, 1786-1980. Macon, GA: Masonic Home

Print Shop, 1983. [F281.6 F7M2 H4R6]

Smith, Mrs. Herschel W., comp. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters

of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. 5: Records of Greene Co., Georgia (1787-1875) and Oglethorpe Co., Georgia (1795-1852). Baltimore: Clearfield Company, 1995. {Reprint of 1949 ed.} [F281.6 D5G3 v.5 1949]

Wooley, Edwin C. The Reconstruction of Georgia. New York: Columbia University Press, 1901. [F291.w66 1901]

World War I:

The Gold Bar September Nineteen Hundred Eighteen. Camp Gordon, GA: The Candidates of the First Battalion Central Officers Training School, 1918. [F291.7 G67 1918]

Professional:

Annual Report of the Trustees of the Georgia Lunatic Asylum for the Fiscal Year September 1, 1894 to September 1, 1895. Augusta: Richards & Shaver, 1895. [f281.75 L86 1894-1895]

Connally, Thomas W. Occupation and Address Register of the Graduates of Emory

College, Oxford, Georgia. Atlanta: Alumni Association, 1910. [F281.7

S3 E6 1910]

The First Annual Report of the Commissioners for the Georgia Asylum for the

Deaf and Dumb at Cave Spring Presented July 1st, 1850. Macon: Benjamin

F. Griffin, 1850. [F281.7 S3 G3A8 1850]

Georgia College 1990 Alumni Directory. White Plains, NY: Bernard C. Harris

Publishing Co., Inc., 1990. [F281.7 S3 G3 1889-1989]

Georgia School of Technology. 1925 Blueprint. Atlanta: The School, 1925.

{Library also has years 1926, 1947-1950} [F281.7 S3 G3T3 1947]

Griffith, Louis Turner and John Erwin Talmadge. Georgia Journalism 1763-1950.

Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1951. [F281.7 J6 1763-1950]

Hart, Bertha Sheppard. Introduction to Georgia Writers. Macon, GA: The J.W. Burke Co., 1929. [f281.7 H27}

Jones, Charles C., Jr. The Necessity for Increasing the Salaries of the Judicial Officers of Georgia: An Address Delivered before the Georgia Bar Association at its Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Ga., on the 14th of August 1884. Macon: J.W. Burke & Co., 1885. [F281.7 C7J66 1884]

Lawson, H.F., ed. Report of Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Session of the Georgia Bar Association Held at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, May 30-31, June 1, 1929. Macon, GA: The J.W. Burke Co., 1929. [F281.7 C7P7 1929]

Medical College of Georgia. Alumni Directory. Augusta: The College, 1978. [F281.7 S3 MCG 1978]

_____. Graduates of the School of Medicine 1828 to the Present (1981), Book 1, A-L. Augusta: The College, 1981. [F281.7 S3 MCG 1828-1981 A-L]

_____. Graduates of the School of Medicine 1828 to the Present (1981), Book

2, M-Z. Augusta: The College, 1981. [F281.7 S3 MCG 1828-1981 M-Z]

_____. List of Graduates 1855, 1860, 1881-82, 1883. n.p, n.d. [F281.7 S3 MCG 1855-1883]

Mellichamp, Josephine. Senators from Georgia. Huntsville, AL: The Strode Publishers, 1976. [F281.8 M35]

Pearson, F.L., Jr. ed. Georgia Lodge of Research in Education Veritas Est: In

Veritas Lux Est. Transactions 1986-1987, Vol. 1. Atlanta: n.p., n.d.

[F281.6 F7M2 T7 1986-1987]

_____. Georgia Lodge of Research in Education Veritas Est: In Veritas Lux

Est. Transactions 1987, Vol. 2. Atlanta: n.p., 1988. [F281.6 F7M2 T7

1988]

_____. Georgia Lodge of Research in Education Veritas Est: In Veritas Lux

Est. Transactions 1989, Vol. 3. Atlanta: n.p., 1989. [F281.6 F7M2 T7

1989]

Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Georgia. Directory of

Members, 1980. Washington: The Society, 1980. [F281.6 M3M2 1980]

Religion:

Ahrendt, Theodore G. The Lutherans in Georgia: An Informal History from Spain

to the Space Age. Chicago: Adams Press, 1979. [F281.9 L8 H4A4]

The Banner-Herald Special Birdwood College Edition. History in Word and

Picture of the Progessive Primitive Baptists. Thomasville: The Banner-

Herald, 1953. [F281.9 P82B5]

Gardner, Robert G., ed. Viewpoints. Georgia Baptist History, Vol. 7.

Atlanta: Georgia Baptist Historical Society, 1980. [F281.9 B2G2 1980]

_____. A History of the Georgia Baptist Association 1784-1984. Atlanta:

Georgia Baptist Historical Society, 1988. [F281.9 B2 H4 1784-1984]

Georgia Baptist Association Churches 1788, 1790, 1792, 1793, 1798. n.p., n.d.

[F281.9 B2C5]

History of the Baptist Denomination in Georgia with Biographical Compendium

and Portrait Gallery of Baptist Ministers and Georgia Baptists. Easley,

SC: Southern Historical Press, n.d. [F281.9 B2H4 1881]

Kilpatrick Association Death Records 1916-1990 and Hephzibah Baptist

Association Death Records 1905. n.p., n.d. [F281.9 B2D2 K45 1916-1990]

Kilpatrick Baptist Association Minutes 1960-1979, 1982-1984, 1986-1991. n.p.,

n.d. [F281.9 B2K5 1960-1991]

Lawrence, Harold. Clues to Methodist Research in Georgia. Tignall, GA: Boyd

Publishing Co., 1987. [F281.9 M3 A2L3]

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_____. History of Georgia, vol. II. Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1926. [F286.C52 v.II]

_____. History of Georgia, vol. III. Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1926. [F286.C52 v.III]

_____. History of Georgia, vol. IV. Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1926. [F286.C52 v.IV]

Index to Georgia Poor-School and Academy Records, 1826-1850. Atlanta: R.J.

Taylor, Jr., Foundation, 1980. [ T3 1826-1850]

Jones, Charles Edgeworth. Education in Georgia. Washington: Government

Printing Office, 1889. [F286.J65]

Kane, Sharyn and Keeton, Richard. Beneath These Waters: Archeological and

Historical Studies of 11,500 Years along the Savannah River. n.p., n.d.

[F286.1 S2K2]

Kemble, Fanny. Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 1838-1839.

Edited with an Introduction by John A. Scott. New York: Knopf, 1961.

[F286.K33]

Percy, Walker. Going Back to Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia, 1978. [F286.6 W25]

Perkerson, Medora. White Columns in Georgia. New York: Rinehart, 1952.

[F286.P4]

Rhoades, Jack C. Mulligan Stew, Stew, Stew. Marietta, GA: Rhoades Printing

Co., [F286.6 R5]

Rice, Bradley R. and Jackson, Harvey H. Georgia The Empire State of the

South. Northridge, CA: Windsor Publishing, Inc., 1988. [F286.R4]

Saye, Albert B., ed. Georgia's Charter of 1732. Athens, GA: University of

Georgia Press, 1942. [F286.S2 1732]

Suddeth, Ruth Elgin, Isa Lloyd Osterhout and George Lewis Hutcheson. Empire

Builders of Georgia. Austin, TX: Steck Co., 1951. [F286.S87]

White, Rev. George. Historical Collections of Georgia Containing the Most

Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc.,

Relating to its History and Antiquities, from its First Settlement to

the Present Time. New York: Pudney & Russell Publishers, 1854.

[F286.W4]

_____. Historical Collections of Georgia Containing the Most Interesting

Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., Relating to

its History and Antiquities, from its First Settlement to the Present

Time. {Reprint of 1854 ed.} Danielsville, GA: Heritage Papers, 1968.

[F286.W4 1854]

Elements of the Population:

Cofer, Loris D. Afro-American Genealogy. Glennville, GA: Glennville

Printing & Office Supply, 1991. [F288.9 C6]

Elliott, Daniel T. Ebenezer Town Lots and Their Owners. Ebenezer

Archaeological Report Series, No. 3. Athens, GA: Georgia Salzburger

Society, 1989. [F288.S1 E5]

Floyd, E. Randall. The Salzburgers: Ordeal in the Wilderness An Abstract. n.p., n.d. [F288.S1 H4 F56]

Fries, Adelaide L. The Moravians in Georgia 1735-1740. Bowie, MD: Clearfield Co., 1993. {reprint 1905 edition} [F288.M6 F74 1735-1740]

Gnann, Pearl. Georgia Salzburger and Allied Families. Savannah: n.p., 1976.

[F288.S1 G6]

Jones, George F. and Sheryl Exley. Ebenezer Record Book 1754-1781, Births,

Baptisms, Marriages and Burials of Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church

of Effingham, Georgia, More Commonly known as Ebenezer Church.

Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1991. [F288.S1 J61]

Jones, George F. The Germans of Colonial Georgia. Baltimore: Genealogical

Publishing Co., Inc., 1986. [F288.S1 J6]

Hollingsworth, Dixon. The Bethany Colony. Sylvania, GA: The Partridge Pond

Press, 1974. [F288.G3 H6]

_____. Indians on the Savannah River. Sylvania, GA: The Partridge Pond

Press, 1976. [F288.I3 H6]

Mauelshagen, Carl. The Salzburg Lutheran Expulsion and its Impact. New York:

Vantage Press, 1962. [F288.S1 M2]

Puckett, James, comp. The Georgia Genealogical Society Indians Issue, 1968.

[F288.I3 P7]

Singleton, Lou. Early Huguenots Along the Coast of Georgia. n.p., n.d.

[F288.H9 S5]

Strobel, Philip A. The Salzburgers and Their Descendants. Athens, GA:

University of Georgia Press, 1953. [F288.S3 S7]

Voight, A.G., trans. Ebenezer Record Book Containing Early Records of

Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church of Effingham, Georgia, More

Commonly known as Ebenezer Church. Savannah: Georgia Salzburger

Society, 1983. [F288.S1 V6]

Waring, Antonio J. Laws of the Creek Nation. Athens, GA: University of

Georgia Press, 1960. [F288.I3 W2]

Warren, Mary B. and Eve B. Weeks, eds. Whites Among the Cherokees Georgia

1828-1838. Danielsville, GA: Heritage Press, 1987. [F288.I3 W3]

White, Max E. Georgia's Indian Heritage: The Prehistoric Peoples and Historic

Tribes of Georgia. Roswell, GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1988. [F288.I2

W5]





Colonial Period/Revolution:

Arnold, H. Ross, Jr. and Burnham, H. Clifton. Georgia Revolutionary War

Soldiers' Graves, vol. 1: Appling-Lanier Counties. Athens, GA:

Iberian Publishing Co., 1993. [F290.1 A75 v.1]

_____. Georgia Revolutionary War Soldiers' Graves, vol. 2: Laurens-Worth

Counties. Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Co., 1993. [F290.1 A75 v.2]

Cashin, Edward J. The King's Ranger: Thomas Brown and the Americans on the

Southern Frontier. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1953.

[F289.C2]

_____. Lachlan McGillivrary, Indian Trader: The Shaping of the Southern

Colonial Frontier. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1953.

[F289.C21]

Coleman, Kenneth and Milton Ready, eds. Colonial Records of the State of

Georgia: Original Papers Correspondence to the Trustees, James

Oglethorpe and Others 1732-1735, vol. 20. Athens, GA: University of

Georgia Press, 1982 [F289.C6 v.20]

_____. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia: Original Papers of Governor

John Reynolds 1754-1756, vol. 27. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Press, 1977. [F289.C6 v.27]

_____. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia: Original Papers of

Governors Reynolds, Ellis, Wright and Others 1754-1763, vol. 28, part 1.

Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1976. [F289.C6 v.28, pt.1]

_____. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia: Trustees' Letter Book 1732-

1738, vol. 29. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1985.

[F289.C6 v.29]

_____. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia: Trustees' Letter Book 1738-

1745, vol. 30. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1985.

[F289.C6 v.30]

_____. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia: Trustees' Letter Book 1745-

1752, vol. 31. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1986.

[F289.C6 v.31]

_____. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia: Entry Books of

Commissioner, Powers, Instructions, Leases, Grants of Land, etc. by the

Trustees 1732-1738, vol. 32. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press,

1989. [F289.C6 v.32]

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. Encounters on a March through Georgia in 1779: The

Maps and Memorandums of John Wilson, Engineer, 71st Highland Regiment.

Sylvania, GA: Partridge Pond Press, 1986. [F290.1 D14]

_____. Georgians in the Revolution: At Kettle Creek (Wilkes Co.) and Burke

County. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1986. [F290.1 D15]

_____. Kettle Creek Battle and Battlefield: A Commemoration Booklet on the

200th Anniversary of the Battle of Kettle Creek, Wilkes County, Georgia.

Washington, GA: Wilkes Publishing Co., 1978. [F209.1 D16]

_____. Georgia Citizens and Soldiers of the American Revolution. Easley, SC:

Southern Historical Press, 1979. [F290.2 D3]

Hays, Louise Frederick. Hero of Hornet's Nest: A Biography of Elijah Clark

1733-1799. New York: Stratford House, Inc., 1946. [F290.1 C53H3]

Hemperley, Marion R. Military Certificates of Georgia 1776-1800 on File in

the Surveyor General Department. Atlanta: State Printing Office, 1983.

[F290.2 G8H3]

Hitz, Alex M., comp. Authentic List of all Land Lottery Grants Made to

Veterans of the Revolutionary War by the State of Georgia, Taken from

Official State Records in the Surveyor-General Department, Housed in the

Georgia Department of Archives and History. Atlanta: n.p., 1955.

[F290.2 G8H5]

_____. Georgia Military Districts. Reprint from Georgia Bar Journal February

1956, vol. 18, no.3. n.p., n.d. [F290.H34]

Houston, Martha Lou, comp. 600 Revolutionary Soldiers and Widows of

Revolutionary Soldiers Living in Georgia in 1827-1828. Ann Arbor, MI:

Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1946. [F290.2 H6]

Johnson, James M. Militiamen, Rangers and Redcoats the Military in Georgia 1754-1776. Macon: Mercer University Press, 1992. [F289.J64 1754-1776]

Killion, Ronald G.and Charles T. Waller. Georgia and the Revolution.

Atlanta: Cherokee Publishing Co., 1975. [F209.1 K5]

Knight, Lucian Lamar. Georgia's Roster of the Revolution Containing a List of

the State's Defenders; Officers and Men; Soldiers and Sailors; Partisans

and Regulars; Whether Enlisted in Georgia or Settled in Georgia After

the Close of Hostilities. Compiled under Authority of the Legislature

from Various Sources, including Official Documents, both State and

Federal, Certificates of Service, Land Grants, Pension Rolls and Other

Records. Atlanta: Index Printing Co., 1920. [F290.1 K6]

McCall, Howard H., Mrs., comp. Roster of the Revolutionary Soldiers in

Georgia. Atlanta: Georgia Society of the Daughters of the American

Revolution, 1941. [F290.2 M3]

M'Call, Capt. Hugh. The History of Georgia Containing Brief Sketches of the Most Remarkable Events Up to the Present Day (1784). Atlanta: A.B. Caldwell, 1909. [F289.M33 M33 1784]

McIlvaine, Paul Morton. The Dead Town of Sunbury, Georgia. Hendersonville,

NC: n.p., 1971. [F289.S9 M3]

National Archives Microfilm Publications. Final Revolutionary War Pension Payments Vouchers: Georgia Records of The Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury Record Group 217. Washington: Georgia Genealogical Society and the National Archives Trust Fund Board, 1994. [F290.2 N28]

Robertson, Heard. Loyalism in Revolutionary Georgia. n.p., 1978,. [F290.3

R74]

Scruggs, Carroll Proctor. Georgia During the Revolution. Norcross: Bay Tree

Grove, 1975. [F290.1 S28]

Spalding, Phinizy and Jackson, Harvey, ed. Oglethorpe in Perspective:

Georgia's Founder after 200 Years. Tuscaloosa: The University of

Alabama Press, 1989. [F289.O5 S6]

Stephens, William. A Journal of the Proceedings in Georgia, vol. II. Readex Microprint, n.d. [F289.J68 S83v.2 1739-1742]

Warren, Mary Bondurant, ed. Revolutionary Memoirs and Muster Rolls. Athens, GA: Heritage Papers, 1994. [F290.1 W27]

Warren, Mary B. and Jones, Jack M. Georgia Governor and Council Journals

1753-1760. Danielsville, GA: Heritage Papers, 1991. [F289.W2 1753-

1760]

War of 1812:

Kratovil, Judy Swaim. Index to War of 1812 Service Records for Volunteer

Soldiers from Georgia. Atlanta: The Author, 1986. [F290.4 K84]



Civil War/Reconstruction:

Adamson, A.P. Brief History of the Thirtieth Georgia Regiment. Fayetteville, GA: Americana Historical Books, 1993. [F290.9 A32]

Avery, I.W. The History of the State of Georgia from 1850 to 1881 Embracing

the Three Important Epochs: The Decade before the War of 1861-65; The

War; The Period of Reconstruction with Portraits of the Leading Men of

this Era. New York: Brown and Derby Publishers, 1881. [F290.8 A82]

Andrews, W.H. Footprints of a Regiment: A Recollection of the 1st Georgia

Regulars 1861-65. Atlanta: Longstreet Press, 1992. [F290.9 A6]

Austin, Aurelia. Georgia Boys with "Stonewall" Jackson, James Thomas Thompson

and the Walton Infantry. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press,

1967. [F290.9 A8]

Benson, Susan Williams, ed. Berry Benson's Civil War Book: Memoirs of a

Confederate Scout and Sharpshooter. Athens: University of Georgia

Press, 1962. [F290.9 B3]

Bowen, Rhoda Anne, comp. Georgia Confederate Soldier Obituaries: Henry,

Newton and Rockdale Counties 1879-1943. Alpharetta: W.H. Wolfe

Associates, 1992. [F290.9 B5 1879-1943]

Brett, Martin W. Experiences of a Georgia Boy in the Army of Northern

Virginia 1861-1865. Statesboro: Bulloch County Historical Society,

1988. [F290.9 B6]

Brightwell, Juanita S., Eunice S. Lee and Elsie C. Fulghum. Roster of the

Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865. Spartanburg, SC: Reprint

Co., 1982. [F290.9 H3 1861-1865 Index]

Bryan, T. Conn. Confederate Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press,

1953. [F290.9 B7]

Cleburne's Fighting Irishman. General Patrick R. Cleburne Camp No. 1361 Sons

of Confederate Veterans. Riverdale, GA: The Society, 1981. [F290.9

C5S4]

Coleman, Arthur C. Roster of the 38th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry.

Jacksonville, FL: The Compiler, n.d. [F290.9 C6]

Confederate and Union Soldiers Buried in Magnolia Cemetery. n.p., n.d.

[F290.9 C2M2]

Cornell, Nancy Jones. Georgia's Confederate Soldiers, vol. 1: Unusual

References to Confederate Information. Riverdale, GA: Inkwell

Publications, 1987. [F290.9 H4C6 v.1]

_____. 1864 Georgia Militia Lists for the Re-Organization of the

State Militia, vol. 1: Appling through Bibb Counties. Riverdale, GA:

The Author, 1994. [F290.9 C67 v.1]

Ellingson, Paul, ed. Confederate Flags in the Georgia State Capitol Collection. Atlanta: Georgia Office of Secretary of State, 1994. [F290.9 E55]

Hollingsworth, Dixon. The Barefoot Confederate: A History of Company D, 47th

Georgia Infantry Regiment CSA, Based on the Memoirs of Private Henry

Clay Wells. Sylvania: Partridge Pond Press, 1990. [F290.9 S35 W3]

McKenney, Frank M. The Standing Army History of Georgia's County Confederate Monuments. Alpharetta, GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1993. [F290.9 M35]

Montgomery, Horace. Johnny Cobb: Confederate Aristocrat, University of

Georgia Monographs No. 11. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1964.

[F290.9 C58M65]

Nichols, G.W., Private. A Soldier's Story of His Regiment (61st Georgia) and

Incidentally of the Lawton-Gordon-Evans Brigade Army of Northern

Virginia. n.p., 1898. [F290.9 N5]

O'Kelly, Harold O., comp. Soldiers of the Blue Ridge Rangers Company D, 1st

Georgia State Line. Murrayville, GA: n.p., n.d. [F290.9 O5]

Ray, Charlotte. Civil War Sources at the Georgia Department of Archives and History. Atlanta: The Archives, 1990. [F290.9 A31 G8]

Rigdon, John. The Boys of the Fifth: A Regimental History Georgia Fifth Infantry Regiment Army of Tennessee Confederate States of America. Clearwater, SC: Eastern Digital Resources, 1997. [F290.9 R44]

_____. The Fighting Fifteenth: A Regimental History Georgia Fifteenth Infantry Regiment Army of Northern Virginia Confederate States of America. Clearwater, SC: Eastern Digital Resources, 1998. [F290.9 R441]

Thompson, C. Mildred. Reconstruction in Georgia. Economic, Social, Political

1865-1872. Atlanta: Cherokee Publishing Co., 1971. [F291.T5 1865-

1872]

White, Virgil D. Index to Georgia Civil War Confederate Pension Files. Waynesboro, TN: The National Historical Publishing Co., 1996. [f290.95 W44]

Wiley, Bell Irvin, ed. Confederate Letters of John W. Hagan. Athens:

University of Georgia Press, 1954. [F290.9 H14W6]

Yates, Bowling C. History of the Georgia Military Institute, Marietta,

Georgia, including the Confederate Military Service of the Cadet

Battalion. Marietta: n.p., 1968. [F290.9 G4 Y3]



World War II:

Our Patriots of America. Georgia. Winston-Salem, NC: National Patriotic

Publishers, n.d. {An Alphabetic List of Georgians who Served in World

War II} [F291.7 O72 1941-1945]

Counties:

Appling Co.

Appling County Cemeteries. n.p., n.d. [F292.A6 C3]

1820 U.S. Census Appling County. n.p., n.d. [F292.A6 A1C4 1820}

Huxford, Folks, comp. 1850 Census of Appling County, Georgia. Jacksonville,

FL: The Southern Genealogical Exchange, 1964. [F292.A6 A1C4 1850]

Lawrence, Judge, comp. Some Appling County, Georgia Cemeteries.

Jacksonville, FL: Aurora C. Shaw, n.d. [F292.A6 C3L2]

Stokes, Alvin. Appling County, Georgia 1860 Census. n.p., n.d. [F292.A6

A1C4 1860]

_____. Appling County, Georgia 1870 Census. n.p., n.d. [F292.A6 A1C4 1870]

_____. Appling County, Georgia 1880 Census. n.p., n.d. [F292.A6 A1C4 1880]



Bacon Co.


Baker, Bonnie Taylor. History of Camp Ground United Methodist Church. Alma,

GA: Historical Society of Alma-Bacon County, 1978. [F292.B13A5 C5M3

B2]

Baldwin Co.

Cook, Anna Maria Green. History of Baldwin County, Georgia with New Index

Compiled by Mrs. Fred. H. Hodges, Sr. Spartanburg: The Reprint Co.,

1978. {Reprint of 1925 ed.} [F292.B15 H4 C66]

Lawrence, Harold. Memory Hill. Atlanta: Cherokee Publishing Co., 1994. [F292.B15 C3M3 L29]

Bibb Co.


Genealogical Enterprises. 1850 Bibb County, Georgia, Census. Morrow, GA:

Genealogical Enterprises, 1968. [F292.B5 A1C4 1850]

Willingham, Jean Saunders and Berthenia Crocker Smith. Bibb County, Georgia.

Early Wills and Cemetery Records. Macon, GA: Mary Hammond Washington

Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1960. [F292.B5 C3W4]

Brantley Co.


Cemeteries, Brantley County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.B8 C3H9]

Bryan Co.

Kelly, Hulda K. Ninth Census of the United States, Bryan County, Georgia, 1870. n.p., 1990. [F292.B85 A1C4 1870]

_____. Tenth Census of the United States, Bryan County, Georgia, 1880. n.p., 1991. [F292.B85 A1C4 1880]

Register, Mrs. Alvaretta Kenan. The Fifth Census of the United States 1830

Bryan County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.B85 A1C4 1830]

Bulloch Co.


Archibald Bulloch Chapter DAR. Bulloch County, Georgia Cemeteries. Cemeteries located in Bulloch County, Georgia Now or Previous to Creation of New Counties from Bulloch County and the Identity of many Persons Buried in Them vol. I. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 C3D5 v.I] {Library also has vols. 2-7}

_____. Eastside Cemetery, Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia, vol. 1. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 C3E3 v.1]



Banks, Smith Callaway. A Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Bulloch County, Georgia, 1861-1865. n.p.: The Author, 1991. [F292.B9 M5B2]

Barden, Margie H., Dorothy H. Hope and Margaret H. Prosser. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 14. Hagin-Beasley Letters 1854-1895. Statesboro: Bulloch County Historical Society, n.d. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.14]

Bulloch County, Georgia Records Deed Book AAAA and Record Book 5 1819-1840. n.p., 1985. [F292.B9 C7D3 1819-1840]

Bulloch County Historical Society. A Review of Southern Folkways Journal, Bob

Hughes ed. Statesboro, GA: The Society, n.d. [F292.B9 H4B8]

______. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 1. Early Churches in Bulloch County by Dorothy Brannen. Statesboro, GA: Southern University Press, 1983. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.1]

_____. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 2. People, Places and Things. Statesboro, GA: Southern University Press, 1983. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.2]

_____. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 3. Pioneers and Pathways. Columbus, GA: Brentwood Christian Press, 1984. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.3]

_____. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 4. The Great Depression, 1929-1933. Bulloch County Suffered. Columbus, GA: Brentwood Christian Press, 1984. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.4]

_____. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 11. Bulloch Roots and Religion, part 1. Statesboro: The Society, n.d. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.11:1]

_____. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 11. Bulloch Roots and Religion, part 2. Statesboro: The Society, n.d. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.11:2]

Bonds, Charles W., Lella Theresa Gantt Bonds, Constance Jones and Carolyn

Postell. African American Biographies of Bulloch Countians.

Statesboro, GA: Biography Publishing Co., 1994. [F292.B9 E8A3 B6]

Brannen, Dorothy. Life in Old Bulloch: The Story of a Wiregrass County in

Georgia. Gainesville, GA: Magnolia Press, 1987. [F292.B9 H4B6]

Coleman, Leodel. Statesboro: 1866-1966 A Century of Progress. Statesboro:

Bulloch Herald Publishing Co., 1969. [F292.B9S7 H4C6]

Edward, Lawrence M. Hubert Methodist Church Cemetery. n.p., 1956. [F292.B9

C3H8 E2]

Good, Daniel B., ed. Old Bulloch Personalities. Southern Folkways Journal, Review No. 6. Statesboro, GA: Bulloch County Historical Society, 1993. [F292.B9 H4B8 no.6]

_____. Old Bulloch Personalities, Supplement to Southern Folkways Journal, Review No. 6. Statesboro, GA: Bulloch County Historical Society, 1993. [F292.B9 H4B8 no.6 supp.]

_____. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 13. Old Bulloch Meetings Places. Statesboro: Bulloch County Historical Society, 1993. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.13]

Kelly, Hulda K. I See by the Paper. Bulloch County, Georgia, 1899-1946.

Statesboro: Bulloch County Historical Society, 1984. [F292.B9 N3 1899-

1946]

_____. Births, Marriages and Deaths from Bulloch County, Georgia Newspapers, vol. 1. n.p., 1990. [F292.B9 N3 v.1 (2-12)] {Library also has volumes 2-12}

_____. Thirteenth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1910, vol. I 44th and 45th GMD (Sinkhole and Clubhouse). n.p., 1989. [F292.B9 A1C4 1910 v.I]

_____. Thirteenth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1910, vol. II 46th and 47th GMD (Lockhart and Briarpatch). n.p., 1989. [F292.B9 A1C4 1910 v.II]

_____. Thirteenth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1910, vol. III 1209th Militia District (Statesborotown). n.p., 1989. [F292.B9 A1C4 1910 v.III]

_____. Twelfth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1900, vol. I 44th and 45th GMD (Sinkhole and Clubhouse). n.p., 1986. [F292.B9 A1C4 1900 v.I]

_____. Twelfth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1900, vol. II 46th, 47th and 48th GMD (Lockhart, Briarpatch and Hagan). n.p., 1986. [F292.B9 A1C4 1900 v.II]

_____. Twelfth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1900, vol. III 1209th and 1320th GMD (Statesboro and Laston). n.p., 1986. [F292.B9 A1C4 1900 v.III]

_____. Twelfth Census of the United States, Bulloch County, Georgia, 1900, vol. IV 1340th, 1523rd, 1547th and 1575th GMD (Bay, Nellwood, Emit and Elitch). n.p., 1986. [F292.B9 A1C4 1900 v.IV]

_____. Uncle Dave Said. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 9. Statesboro, GA: Bulloch County Historical Society and Statesboro Regional Library, 1990. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.9]

Parrish, Beth Crawford. Historically First...A Series of Articles on Historical Landmarks in Bulloch County, Georgia and Surrounding Counties. n.p., 1977. [F292.B9 H4 P27]

Register, Alvaretta Kenan. Bulloch County, Georgia, Genealogical Source Material. Swainsboro, GA: Magnolia Press, 1985. [F292.B9 G3R37]

_____. 1860 Census and 1870 Census of Bulloch County,Georgia. Statesboro, GA: The Author, n.d. [F292.B9 A1C4 1860, 1870]

_____. The Fifth Census of the United States 1830 Bulloch County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 A1C4 1830]

_____. Marriage Records of Bulloch County, Georgia, 1796 (Origin of County)

Through 1985. Norfolk, VA: n.p., 1971. [F292.B9 C7M2 1796-1875]

_____. The Seventh Census of the United States 1850 Bulloch County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 A1C4 1850]

_____. United States Census of Bulloch County, Georgia 1820. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 A1C4 1820]

_____. United States Census of Bulloch County, Georgia 1840. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 A1C4 1840]

_____. United States Census of Bulloch County, Georgia 1880. n.p., n.d. [F292.B9 A1C4 1880]

Richards, Virginia. Readings in Bulloch County History: Book 15. Marvin Pittan Laboratory School 1924-1940. Statesboro: Bulloch County Historical Society, 1994. [F292.B9 H4B9 v.15]

Wall, Rita Turner. The Rogue's March. Southern Folkways Journal, Review No. 4. Statesboro, GA: Bulloch County Historical Society, 1993. [F292.B9 H4B8 no.4]

Burke Co.


Baldwin, Nell H. and A.M. Hillhouse. An Intelligent Student's Guide to Burke County (Ga.) History. Waynesboro: The Authors, 1956. [F292.B95 H4B25]

Braswell, Marjorie. Burke County, Georgia, Marriages 1855-1869. n.p., n.d.

[F292.B95 C7M2 B8]

Davis, Robert Scott. The Families of Burke County 1755-1855: A Census.

Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1981. [F292.B95 G3 1755-

1855]

Dixon, Martha Martin. Known Religious Activity on or Near the Line of Burke

and Screven Counties, Georgia. n.p.: The Author, 1976. [F292.B95

C5D5]

Dumont, William H. Some Early Residents, Burke County, Georgia 1786-1819.

Augusta: The Author, 1969. [F292.B95 G3 1786-1819]

Godbee, Willard. Briar Creek Kin. Weekly Genealogical Columns by Willard

Godbee, Sr. Sardis, GA: The Brier Creek Banner, 1991. [F292.B95 G3G6]

Hillhouse, Albert M. A History of Burke County, Georgia, 1777-1950.

Swainsboro, GA: Magnolia Press, 1985. [F292.B95 H4 H42]

_____. Biographical Sketches of Burke County, Georgia. n.p., 1982. [F292.B95 G3H45]

Kelly, Hulda K. Eighth Census of the United States, Burke County, Georgia, 1860. n.p., 1987. [F292.B95 A1C4 1860]

_____. Ninth Census of the United States, Burke County, Georgia, 1870, vol. I. n.p., 1987. [F292.B95 A1C4 1870 v.I]

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Powell, Lillian Lewis, Dorothy Collins Odum, Albert M. Hillhouse. Grave

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Adjoining Counties. Waynesboro, GA: Chalker Publishing Co., 1974.

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Taylor, Samuel. History of the St. Marks Methodist Church now known as the

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Butts Co.


McMichael, Lois, comp. History of Butts County Georgia 1825-1976. Compiled

for the William McIntosh Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution,

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Camden Co.


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Reddick, Marguerite. Camden's Challenge: A History of Camden County, Georgia. Woodbine, GA: Camden County Historical Commission, 1976. [F292.C17 H4R33]

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Campbell Co.

Westmoreland, Joan Turbyfield; Freda Reid Turner and Willis O. Westmoreland. Old Campbell County, Georgia Land Records 1828-1854, Deed Books A, C, D, and E, vol. 1. Roswell, GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1993. [F292.C175 L2W38 1828-1854]

Candler Co.

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Carroll Co.


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Chatham Co.


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Cherokee Co.


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Clarke Co.


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Clayton Co.


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Cobb Co.


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Coffee Co.


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Colquitt Co.


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Columbia Co.


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Kelley, Janette and Shirley Turbeville. Powell Baptist Church Centennial

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Coweta Co.


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Crisp Co.


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Decatur Co.


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Dekalb Co.


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Dougherty Co.


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Early Co.


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Effingham Co.


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Elbert Co.


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Emanuel Co.


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Fannin Co.


First Baptist Church, Blue Ridge, Georgia, comp. The Glory That Was, Is and

Shall Be: A History of the First Baptist Church, Blue Ridge, Georgia

1888-1984. Columbus, GA: Brentwood Christian Press, n.d. [F292.F2

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Fayette Co.


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1971. Fayetteville, GA: The Society, 1977. [F292.F3 H4F2]

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Forsyth Co.

Terrell, Charlene. Wolfscratch Wilderness a Backward Walk in Time in an Old North Georgia Settlement. Fernandina Beach: Wolfe Publishing, 1994. [F292.F67 H4 T37]

Fulton Co.


Atlanta Dental Supply Co. History of the Atlanta Dental Supply Company.

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Campbell, Henley, ed. Necrology of the Owl Rock Methodist Church Cemetery.

n.p., 1978. [F292.F9 C3M2 O9]

Haddock, T.M., comp. Atlanta and West End Directory for 1876 to Which is

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Atlanta: National Bank of Georgia, 1976. [F292.F9A8 D5 1876]

Hitz, Alex M. History of the Cathedral of St. Philip Diocese of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Atlanta: Conger Printing Co., 1947. [F292.F9A8 C5E7 St.Ph. H48}

McDonald, T.C. Freemasonry and its Progress in Atlanta and Fulton County,

Georgia with Brief History of the Grand Lodge F. & A.M. of Georgia 1786-

1925. Atlanta: Byrd Printing Co., 1923. [F292.F9 F7M2 M3]

Russell, James Michael. Atlanta 1847-1890: City Building in the Old South and

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Williford, William B. Peachtree Street, Atlanta: A Portrait of Atlanta from

Indian Village to Capital of the South. New York: Ballantine Books,

Inc., 1973. [F292.F9A8 H4W4]

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Use, and Low Income Housing Area Survey of Metropolitan Atlanta.

Atlanta: Federal Works Agency WPA of Georgia, 1940. [F292.F9A8 U5]

Glynn Co.


Fish, Tallu. Once Upon an Island: The Story of Fabulous Jekyll. n.p., 1963.

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Flags of Five Nations Being a Collection of Historical Sketches, Legends and Stories of the Golden Isles of Guale. Brunswick: Brunswick Board of Trade, n.d. [F292.G5 H4B78]

Honerkamp, Nick. Colonial Life on the Georgia Coast. Fort Frederica Association, Inc. 1977. [F292.G5 H4H66]

Lewis, Bessie. King's Retreat Plantation Today and Yesterday. Brunswick, GA:

Coastal Printing Co., 1980. [F292.G5 H4L3]

_____. Patriarchal Plantations of St. Simons Island. n.p., 1974. [F292.G5

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Gordon Co.


Henderson, Sue, Jo B. Bladney and J.L. Henderson. Gordon County, Georgia,

Cemetery Records. Calhoun, GA: Gordon County Historical Society, Inc.,

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Hoole, William Stanley and Hugh L. McArthur. The Battle of Resaca, Georgia, May 14-15, 1864. University, AL: Confederate Publishing Co., 1983. [F292.G6 H49H66]

Grady Co.


Brunton, Yvonne. Grady County, Georgia: Some of its Folk Architecture and

Families. Jackson, MS: Quality Printers, 1979. [F292.G66 G3B7]

Greene Co.


Armor, E.H. The Cemeteries of Greene County, Georgia. n.p.: Agee Publishers,

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Cates, Vivian Toole. Conference Minutes of Bethesda Baptist Church Union

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East Texas Genealogical Society, 1991. [F292.G7 C5B2 C2]

Greene County Superior Court Deed Record Book 1, 1785-1792. Marks and Brands.

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C7D3 1785-1792]

McMinus, J., comp. Greene County Georgia, Wills and Appraisement and

Inventories 1787-1798. n.p., n.d. [F292.G7 C7W4 1787-1798]

Rice, Thaddeus Brockett and Carolyn White Williams. History of Greene County,

Georgia 1786-1886. Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Co., 1979. [F292.G7

H4R43]

Gwinnett Co.


Chicopee, Georgia. New York: Doyle, Kitchen and McCormick, Inc., n.d.

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History and Memories of Liberty Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, Lilburn

1840-1980. Buchanan, GA: Haralson Pub. Co., 1980. [F292.G9 C5B2 L5]

McCabe, Alice Smythe, ed. Gwinnett County, Georgia Families 1818-1968.

Atlanta: Cherokee Publishing co., 1980. [F292.G9 G3 1818-1968]

Nesbitt, Kate Duncan. Gwinnett County, Georgia, 1850 Census. Lawrenceville,

GA: Gwinnett Historical Society, Inc., 1986. [F292.G9 A1C4 1850]

Parr, Larry W. Gwinnett County Records as Recorded in Athens, Georgia,

Newspapers 1827-1849. Atlanta: Callaway Publishing, 1986. [F292.G9

N3P2]

Worthy, Marvin Nash. History of Gwinnett County, Georgia, 1818-1993, vol. 3.

Atlanta: Stein Printing Co., 1994. [F292.G9 H4 W67 1818-1993]

Habersham Co.


Centennial Committee for Cornelia. Cornelia: The First One Hundred Years.

Cornelia, GA: The Committee, 1987. [F292.H2C6 H4]

Hall Co.


Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. The Families of Hall County, 1817-1849.

Gainesville, GA: Magnolia Press, 1991. [F292.H25 G3C4 D2]

Humphrey, Ronald C. 1860 Hancock County, Georgia, Census. [F292.H3 A1C4

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Company. Roswell, GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1985. [F292.H25 H4N3 W3]

Hancock Co.


Houston, Martha Lou. Marriages of Hancock County, Georgia, 1806-1850,

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Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1977. [F292.H3 C7M2

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Ingmire, Frances T., comp. Hancock County, Georgia, Marriage Records 1805-

1850. St. Louis, MO: The Author, 1985. [F292.H3 C7M2 I6 1805-1850]

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Hart Co.


Kaufhold, Shirley, ed. Hart County, Georgia Marriages 1854 to 1898, vol. 1.

Hartwell, GA: Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society, 1990.

[F292.H6 C7M2 1854-1898]

Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society. Cemeteries of Hart County,

Georgia. n.p., 1989. [F292.H6 C3H6]

Henry Co.


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GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1991. [F292.H73 N3O2 B6]

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Curry, Doris Foster, comp. Henry County, Georgia, Census 1830. McDonough,

GA: Genealogical Society of Henry and Clayton counties, Inc., n.d.

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1828 Deed Books A and B. McDonough, GA: The Society, 1991. [F292.H73

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Houston Co.


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Irwin Co.

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Jackson Co.




Dunn, Teresa Wilson and Vivian Phillips Walls. Jackson County, Georgia,

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Elrod, Frany and Marie Long Delay. Index for Historical Notes on Jackson

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Jeff Davis Co.


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Douglas, GA: Satilla Regional Library, 1987. [F292.J25 C7M2 B8]

Jefferson Co.


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Albany, GA: The Compilers, 1965. [F292.J28 B95G3]

Augusta Genealogical Society Cemetery Survey Teams. Swann Cemetery (AGS #30)

Jefferson Co., Georgia; Ramey Cemetery (AGS #31) Rabun Co., Georgia;

McBride Cemetery (AGS #32) Burke Co., Georgia. Augusta: The Society,

1983. [F292.J28 C3S8 A8]

Cofer, Loris D. Queensborough or the Irish Town and its Citizens. n.p.,

1977. [F292.J28Q8 I6C6]

Cox, Etta, comp. Jefferson County, Georgia, Early Deeds. n.p., n.d.

[F292.J28 C7D3 C6]

Denny, Philippa. A Look at Louisville: Photos from Our Past. Presented for

the Louisville, Georgia, Bicentennial Commemoration, April 21-27, 1986.

Thomson, GA: Luckey Printing Co., 1986. [F292.J28 H4D32]

_____. Remembering Louisville, Georgia's First Permanent Capital, 1786-1986.

[F292.J28 L6H4 D33]

Durden, Marion Little. A History of Saint George Parish, Colony of Georgia,

Jefferson County, State of Georgia. Swainsboro, GA: Magnolia Press,

1983. [F292.J28 H4D87]

Green, E.R.R. Queensborough. n.p., 1950. [F292.J28Q8 H4G8]

Farmer, Emily C. Early Religious Life of Jefferson County. n.p., 1961.

[F292.J28 C5F2]

Holbrook, Art. Cemeteries Visited by Art and Millie Holbrook. n.p., n.d.

[F292.J28 C3Y6 H7]

Otto, Rhea Cumming. 1850 Census of Georgia, Jefferson County. n.p., n.d.

[F292.J28 A1C4 1850]

______. Ways Cemetery (Stellaville) (AGS #3). Augusta: The Society, 1983.

[F292.J28 C3W2 A8]

Stephens, Jeanne and C.W. Stephens. Early Marriages, Jefferson County,

Georgia, 1805-1885. Wrens, GA: CSRA Publications-Ancestoring, n.d.

[F292.J28 C7M2 1805-1885]

Wrens High School Students. Tombstoning. Jefferson County, Georgia.

Tombstone Inscriptions, A Beginning. Wrens, GA: The School, 1980.

[F292.J28 C7J28 T6]

Wrens Centennial, Inc. Tracking Wrens, 1884-1984. Wrens, GA: Wrens

Centennial, Inc., 1984. [F292.J28W8 H4 1884-1984]

Jenkins Co.


Davis, Arnold Isaiah Bell. Habersham Methodist Church Cemetery. Ocala, FL:

The Author, 1992. [F292.J4 C3H2 D2]

Jenkins County, Georgia, Cemeteries, vol. 1. n.p., 1988. [F292.J4 C3 v.1] {Library also has vols. 2-4}

Johnson Co.


Kelly, Hulda K. Eighth Census of the United States, Johnson County, Georgia, 1860. n.p., 1988. [F292.J6 A1C4 1860]

_____. Ninth Census of the United States, Johnson County, Georgia, 1870. n.p., 1995. [F292.J6 A1C4 1870]

_____. Tenth Census of the United States, Johnson County, Georgia, 1880. n.p., 1995. [F292.J6 A1C4 1880]

Meadows, Mattie Lee Hoover, comp. Searching for our Ancestors among the

Gravestones: A Cemetery Record of Johnson County, Georgia.

Wrightsville, GA: Johnson County Historical Society, 1978. [F292.J6

C3M3]

Jones Co.


Old Clinton Historical Society. Old Clinton Cemetery. Clinton, GA: The

Society, n.d. [F292.J7 C3C5 O5]

Williams, Carolyn White. History of Jones County, Georgia, for One Hundred

Years, Specifically 1807-1907. Macon, GA: The J.W. Burke Company,

1957. [F292.J7 H4W4]

Laurens Co.


Thomas, Allen. Laurens County, Georgia, Legal Records, 1807-1832. Roswell,

GA: Wolfe Publishing Co., 1991. [F292.L3 C7 1807-1832]

Liberty Co.


Braden, Steven Curtis and Hartley Felder Fairchild. Revitalization: a Visual

Approach Hinesville, Georgia, or Practicality--a Terminal Project

Presented to the School of Environmental Design University of Georgia in

Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of

Landscape Architecture. Athens, GA: n.p., 1966. [F292.L6 H5U6]

Clark, Nicky G., ed. Bicentennial Edition: The Liberty County Herald.

Hinesville, GA: The Liberty County Herald, 1976. [F292.L6 H4C5]

1850 Census Liberty County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.L6 A1C4 1850]

Groover, Robert Long. Sweet Land of Liberty: A History of Liberty County,

Georgia. Roswell, GA: Wolfe Publishing Co., 1991. [F292.L6 H4G7]

Liberty County, Georgia Wills {Excerpt from "They Were Here", Georgia Genealogical Records vol. II, Nos. 1&2) n.p,, n.d. [F292.L6 C7W4]

Martin, Josephine Bacon. Midway, Georgia in History and Legend, 2nd ed. Savannah: Southern Publishers, 1936. [F292.L6M4 H4 M27]

Sheftall, John McKay. Sunbury on the Medway A Selective History of the Town,

Inhabitants and Fortifications. n.p., 1995. [F292.L6S9 H4 S43]

Stacy, James. History of the Midway Congregational Church, Liberty County,

Georgia, rev. ed. Newnan, GA: S.W. Murray, Printer, 1903. [F292.L6

C5P7 S7]

Stanley, Bess D. Marriage Records of Liberty County, Georgia 1785-1895. {Excerpt from The Georgia Historical Quarterly vol. 41, Nos. 2 & 3} 1957. [f292.L6 C7M2 S83]

Lincoln Co.


Augusta Genealogical Society Cemetery Survey Team. The James Cartledge

Cemetery of Lincoln County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.L63 C3C2 A8]

_____. Sale-Simmons Cemetery. Augusta: The Society, n.d. [F292.L63 C3S2 P7]

Davis, Robert Scott and James E. Dorsey. Lincoln County Genealogy and

History. Swainsboro, GA: Magnolia Press, 1987. [F292.L63 G3D38]

Family Cemeteries of Lincoln, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.L63 C3L6 B16]

Hudson, Frank Parker. An 1800 Census for Lincoln County, Georgia. Atlanta:

R.J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation, 1977. [F292.L63 A1C4 1860]

LeRoy, Hester F. History of Salem Baptist Church, Lincoln County, Georgia.

Washington, GA: Georgia Baptist Association Press, 1977. [F292.L63

C5B2 L3]

Perryman, Clinton J. History of Lincoln County, Georgia. Tignall, GA: Boyd

Publishing Co., 1985. [F292.L63 H4P26]

Rayesville Cemetery. n.p., n.d. [F292.L63 C3R2]

Sheahan, John J., Jr. Military Markers and Data: Cemeteries Located in

Lincoln County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.L63 C3M5 S43]

Turner, Janice Butler and Larry Raymond Butler. The Marriages of Lincoln County, Georgia 1806-1955 Extracted from Microfilm. n.p., 1996. [F292.L63 C7M2 B88 1806-1955]

Lowndes Co.


1830, 1840 and 1850 U.S. Census Lowndes County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.L7

A1C4 1830, 1840, 1850]

Lumpkin Co.


Coulter, E. Merton. Auraria The Story of a Georgia Gold-Mining Town. Athens,

GA: University of Georgia Press, 1956. [F292.L8A7 H4C6]

Macon Co.

Hays, Louise Frederick. History of Macon County, Georgia. Spartanburg, SC:

The Reprint Co., 1993. {Reprint of 1933 ed.} [F292.M17 H4H29]

McDuffie Co.


Baker, Pearl. The Story of Wrightsboro, 1768-1964. Thomson, GA: Wrightsboro

Restoration Foundation, 1965. [F292.M13 H4Q1 B2]

Confederate Soldiers Buried in McDuffie Co., Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.M13

C3U33]

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. Quaker Records in Georgia: Wrightsborough 1772-

1793; Friendsborough 1776-1777. Augusta: Augusta Genealogical Society,

Inc., 1986. [F292.M13 H4Q1 D2]

Jones, Dorothy M. Wrightsborough 1768; Wrightsboro 1799, McDuffie County,

Georgia, 1870. Thomson, GA: Wrightsboro Quaker Community Foundation,

1982. [F292.M13 H4Q1 J6]

McCommons, (Mrs.) W.C. and Mrs. Clara Stovall. History of McDuffie County,

Georgia. Tignall, GA: Boyd Publishing Co., 1988. [F292.M13 H4M3]

Muster Roll of Thomson Guards, Company F., 10th Georgia Regiment Semme's

Brigade, McClain's Division, Longstreet's Corps Army of Northern

Virginia, R.E. Lee Commander. n.p., n.d. [F292.M13 M5 H49]

Scott, Ralph C., Jr. Quaker Settlement of Wrightsboro, Georgia and Maps,

Wrightsboro, Georgia (exerpt from The Georgia Historical Society, Summer

1972). n.p., n.d. [F292.M13 H4Q1 S36]

Sheahan, John J., Jr. Military Markers and Data: Cemeteries Located in

McDuffie County, Georgia. n.p., 1995. [F292.M13 C3M5 S43]

Taylor, H.J. A History of Dearing, McDuffie County, Georgia from 1850-1904.

Dearing, GA: Robert Printup, 1929. [F292.M13 H4D3 T2]

McIntosh Co.


Sams, Rev. Walter Birt. A History of Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church Darien,

McIntosh County, Georgia from 1841 to 1993. [F292.M15 C5E7 S2]

Sullivan, Buddy. Early Days on the Georgia Tidewater The Story of McIntosh County and Sapelo, 5th ed. Darien, GA: McIntosh County Board of Commissioners, 1997. [F292.M15 H4S85]

Macon Co.


Campbell, Davine V., comp. Marriage Records of Macon County, Georgia Books A

and B 1858-1880. Warner Robins, GA: Central Georgia Genealogical

Society, Inc., 1989. [F292.M17 C7M2 C2]

Fowler, Ryland Dean, ed. Macon County Life 1933-1983. Montezuma, GA: Macon

County Historical Society, 1983. [F292.M17 G3 M32]

Madison Co.


Maddox, Joseph T. and Mary Carter. 1850 U.S. Census Records Madison-Upson

Counties, Georgia, with Other Statistics Added. n.p., n.d. [F292.M2

A1C4 1850]

Marion Co.


Harvey, Mazie Manson. Marion County Cemetery Records, Georgia. n.p., 1974-

75. [F292.M25 C3M25 H2]

Meriwether Co.

Pinkston, Regina P.., comp. Historical Account of Meriwether County 1827-

1974, 2nd ed. Greenville, GA: Meriwether Historical Society, 1995.

[F292.M5 H4P56]

Mitchell Co.


Cole, Mildred Jackson and the Mt. Enon Historical Committee. From Stage

Coaches to Train Whistles: History of Gum Pond, Mt. Enon, Baconton in

Mitchell County, Georgia 1856-1976. n.p., n.d. [F292.M65 H4C65]

Monroe Co.


Norwood, Thomas M. The Story of Colloden. n.p., 1973. [F292.M7 H4 M6]

Montgomery Co.


Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. A History of Montgomery County, Georgia, to 1918.

Roswell, GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1992. [F292.M73 D2]

Dorsey, James E., comp. Montgomery Co., Georgia, Genealogical Source

Material. Gainesville: Magnolia Press, 1991. [F292.M73 G3D6]

Dwyer, Clifford S. 1850 Census Montgomery County Georgia. n.p., n.d.

[F292.M73 A1C4 1850]

_____. Substitute for 1890 Census of Montgomery County, Georgia. Pensacola,

FL: The Author, 1993. [F292.M73 A1C4 1890]

_____. Original Montgomery Co., Georgia: Index to Early Settlers and

Pioneers, 1784-1816. Gainesville, FL: The Author, 1988. [F292.M73

G3D92]

Fennell, Debra. Marriages of Montgomery County, Georgia 1807-1920 Male Index. n.p., n.d. [F292.M73 C7M2 1807-1920]

Georgia 1880 Census, Montgomery County, Index. n.p., 1983. [F292.M73 A1C4 1880 Index]

Morgan Co.


Hicky, Louise McHenry. Rambles through Morgan County. Her History, Century

Old Houses and Churches and Tale s to Remember. Madison, GA: Walton

Press, Inc., 1989. [F292.M76 H4 H5]

Muscogee Co.


Malloy, (Mrs.) H. Ross. Marriage Books A and B, Muscogee County, Georgia.

n.p., n.d. [F29.M9 C7M2 M2]

Swift, Charles Jewett. The Last Battle of the Civil War. Columbus, GA: Gilbert Printing Co., 1915. [F292.M9 H49S49]

Newton Co.


The Emocad. Oxford, Georgia.: The Student Body of Emory University Academy,

1925. [F292.N4 S3 1925]

Gary, Sara Lois. Baptist Heritage. Bethlehem Baptist Church of Christ 1823;

First Baptist Church 1973. Covington: Chatham Graphics, 1973.

[F292.N4 C5B2 G85]

Williford, William Bailey. The Glory of Covington. Marietta, GA: Cherokee

Publishing Co., 1988. [F292.N4C8 H4 W5]

Ocmulgee River


Chalker, Fussell M. Pioneer Days Along the Ocmulgee. Carrollton, GA: n.p.,

1970. [F292.O27 C45]

Oglethorpe Co.


Dumont, William H. Land Owners St. George's Parish, Georgia. n.p.: The

Author, n.d. [F292.P2StG3 L2D8]

Historic Oglethorpe County, Inc. Cemeteries of Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Lexington: Historic Oglethorpe Co., Inc., 1995. [F292.O4 H48]

Oglethorpe County Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. This

They Remembered 1861-1865. Washington, GA: Washington Publishing Co.,

Inc. 1986. [F292.O4 H4 1861-1865]

Smith, George C. Baptisms 1789-1796 Performed by Rev. John Newton. Beth

Salem Presbyterian Church (Afterwards Lexington Presbyterian Church).

Lexington, GA. n.p., n.d. [F292.O4 C5P7 1789-1796]

Smith, Sarah Quinn, comp. Georgia Wills Oglethorpe County. Washington-Wilkes

Co, GA: The Compiler, 1962. [F292.O4 C7W4 S5]

Paulding Co.

Holland, Hubert Glenn. Paulding County Cemeteries, Paulding County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.P3 C3H65]

Pierce Co.


Stewart, Nellie. Recollections of Blackshear (Pierce County, Georgia) 1857 to

1913-14. Tampa,, FL: V.W. Edwards & Co, Printers, 1915. [F292.P61B5

H4 1857-1914]

Pike Co.


Gossett, Joyce Hill. Abstracts of Pike County Will Books A and B, part of C.

Hampton GA: Armchair Publications, n.d. [F292.P65 C7W4 G6 1826-1854]

Mitchell, Lizzie R. History of Pike County, Georgia, 1822-1932. Spartanburg,

SC: Reprint Co., 1980. [F292.P65 H4 1822-1932]

Pike County Historical Committee. Sesquicentennial 1822-1972 Pike County,

Georgia. n.p., 1972. [F292.P65 H4 1822-972]

Putnam Co.


Wynd, Frances comp. Putnam County, Georgia Records. Albany, GA: Frances

Wynd, n.d. [F292. P9 G3W9]

Randolph Co.


Southwest Georgia Genealogical Society. 1860 Census Randolph County, Georgia

Abstracts by Sheryl Foster Harris. Albany, GA: The Society, n.d.

[F292.R35 A1C4 1860]

Richmond Co.


Alden Associates, Comp. Richmond County, Georgia Early Marriages Records. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 M2A53]

Augusta Chronicle. Family Histories Published in The Augusta Chronicle

October 1982-May 1983. [F292.R5 G3A8]

Augusta Genealogical Society Cemetery Survey Team. Rennison Cemetery (AGS

#20), Schley Cemetery (AGS #21), Carns Cemetery (AGS #22), Morgan

Cemetery (AGS #23). n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 C3R4]

_____. Rhodes Cemetery (AGS #14), Smith Cemetery (AGS #15), Cook-Mack

Cemetery (AGS #16). Augusta: The Society, 1980-83. [F292.R5 C3R7]

_____. Doyle Cemetery (AGS #38). Augusta: The Society, 1986. [F292.R5 C3D6

A9]

_____. Liberty Methodist Church Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia. Augusta:

The Society, 1981. [F292.R5 C3M3(Li) A8]

Birth Registry under Act of December 19th, 1823 (of Richmond Co. Residents) to

1893. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 C7B4 1823-1893]

Carlton, David, comp. Union Church Graveyard, Richmond County Georgia. n.p.,

n.d. [F292.R5 C3U6]

Clary, George E., Jr. On the Origins of Methodism in Georgia and Richmond

County. Augusta: Richmond County Historical Society, 1986. [F292.R5

C5M3 C5]

Chappell, Evelyn D. An Alphabetical Index of 1910 Soundex; Residents of

Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 A1C4 1910S]

Court of Ordinary, Richmond Co., Georgia. Register of Free Blacks. n.p.,

n.d. [F292.R5 C7R3 1863-]

Davidson, Grace Gillam, comp. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters.

Daughters of the American Revolution, vol. 2. Records of Richmond

County, Georgia, Formerly St. Paul's Parish. Athens, GA: The McGregor

Co., 1929. [F292.R5 C7D5]

Fogleman, Marguerite Flint. Historical Markers and Monuments of Richmond

County, Georgia. Augusta: Richmond County Historical Society, 1986.

[F292.R5 H4F72]

Knight, Jo Goodson. Sacred Ground A Record of Piney Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 C3P4 K64]

Reese, Morton L. Cottage Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia. n.p., 1933.

[F292.R5 C3C6 R3]

Richmond County Courthouse. Index to Richmond County Marriage Licenses 1785-

1849. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 C7M2 1785-1849]

Schunk, John F., ed. 1850 U.S. Census Richmond County, Georgia. Wichita: S-K

Publications, 1990. [F292.R5 A1C4 1850 fac.]

_____. 1820-1840 U.S. Census Richmond County, Georgia. Wichita: S-K Publications, n.d. [F292.R5 A1C4 1820-1840]

Sheahan, John J. Military Markers and Data Cemeteries Located in Richmond

County, Georgia. n.p., 1995. [F292.R5 C3M5 S43]

Torbert, Robert E., comp. 1880 Census, Georgia, Mortality Schedule, Richmond

County, June 1, 1879 through May 31, 1880. [F292.R5 A1C4 1880M]

Liberty Methodist Church Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia; Deed, 2 Jan.

1805. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 C3M3(Li) D2]

Richmond County, Georgia Land Court 18 September 1784 - 6 August 1787. n.p.,

n.d. [F292.R5 L2T2 1784-1787]

Richmond County Tax Digest 1819. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 L2T2 1819]

Rowland, A. Ray. Historical Markers of Richmond County, Georgia, rev. ed.

Augusta: Richmond County Historical Society, 1971. {Library also has

1966 edition} [F292.R5 H4R62 1971]

White, Michael C. Rae's Creek: A Study of a Georgia Stream. n.p., 1993.

[F292.R5 H4W51]

_____. A History of Rae's Creek. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5 H4W5]

Augusta


The Academy of Richmond County. The Nineteen Thirty Rainbow, vol. 4.

Augusta: The Student Body of the Junior College of Augusta in

Collaboration with the Students of the Academy of Richmond County, 1930.

{Library also has 1935 ed.} [F292.R5A9 S3 1930]

Arts Committee of the Junior League of Augusta, Georgia, comps. Augusta

Yesterday and Today, 1st ed. Augusta: The Committee, 1950. [F292.R5A9

H4J86 1950]

_____. Augusta, Yesterday and Today. Augusta: The League, 1951. [F292.R5A9

M181 J8]

Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church South. The Complete Quarterly Conference

Record Book Embracing a Period of Four Years. Augusta: The Church

{Library has 1879-1882; 1899-1902; 1911-1914; 1915-1918; 1926-1930;

1931-1934; 1935-1938} [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) C + year]

_____. Quarterly Meetings. Photocopy of Church Record Book, 1867-1878. n.p.,

n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) Q1867-1878]

_____. Annual Conferences, Pastors, Register of Members. Photocopy of Church

Record Book 1858-1881. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) C1858-1881]

_____. Register of Members and Probationers. Photocopy of Church Record Book

1861-1873. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) R1861-1873]

_____. Register of Marriages; Register of Baptisms. Photocopy of Church

Record Book 1873-1881. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) R1873-1881]

_____. Register of Pastors, Marriages, Baptisms, and Members. Photocopy of

Church Record Book 1892-1898(?). n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) R1892-

1898]

_____. Directory. Augusta, GA: The Church. {Library has 1911, 1920}

[F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) D1911 D1920]

Augusta, Georgia, Research, Miscellaneous. F292.R5A915]

Augusta Association of Baptist Churches. Minutes of the Meeting with Warren

Baptist Church, Martinez, Georgia, October 28-29, 1958. Augusta: The

Association, 1958. [F292.R5A9 C5B2(Wa) 1958]

Augusta City Directories. Library has years 1841, 1934-1937, 1939-1942, 1945-

1990.

Augusta, Georgia 1800. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 H4 A9]

Augusta, Georgia and North Augusta, South Carolina. n.p., 1972. [F292.R5A9 M181 1972]

Augusta Chronicle. City of Augusta Pictured in the Exposition Edition of the Augusta Chronicle 1891. Augusta: The Chronicle, 1891. [F292.R5A9 H4C47 1891]

Augusta Chronicle/Augusta Herald. Black History, Augusta, Georgia. Augusta:

The Chronicle, 1990. [F292.R5A9 E8B5 C4]

Augusta Genealogical Society, comp. Georgia Reference Collection: Augusta

Regional Library 902 Greene Street, Augusta, GA. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9

A3P8]

_____. Irish Nativities in Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia. Augusta: The Society, 1991. [F292.R5A9 C3M2 I6]

Augusta Genealogical Society Cemetery Survey Team. Glenn Hills Baptist Church

_____. Magnolia Cemetery History. Augusta: Augusta Genealogical Society,

n.d. [F292.R5A9 C3M2 A8]

_____. Bath Presbyterian Church Cemetery (AGS #42). Augusta: The Society,

1987. [F292.R5B3 C3A9]

_____. Morris Street Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia; Survey by Members of Boys

Scout Troop 45. Augusta: Augusta Genealogical Society, 1985.

[F292.R5A9 C3M6]

_____. Pierce Memorial Cemetery (AGS #17). Augusta: Augusta Genealogical

Society, 1983. [F292.R5A9 C3P4 A17]

______. Rollersville Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia. Augusta: Augusta

Genealogical Society, 1980. [F292.R5A9 C3R6]

_____. Skinner Family Cemetery (AGS #36), Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia.

Augusta: Augusta Genealogical Society, 1985. [F292.R5A9 C3S4 A36]

_____. Index to Summerville Cemetery Tombstones. Augusta: Augusta

Genealogical Society, 1983-85. [F292.R5A9 C3S8 Index]

_____. Wilkinson-Lamar Cemetery (AGS #9), Augusta, Georgia. Augusta:

Augusta Genealogical Society, 1983. [F292.R5A9 C3W5 A9]

Augusta Herald Classified Business and Professional Directory. n.p., n.d.

(c.1950) [F292.R5A9 Z5 1950B]

Augusta Public Library. Recent Acquisitions, Genealogy Books in the Augusta

Public Library. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 A3P8 G6]

The Augusta Survey A Community Improvement Study of Augusta and Richmond County. Augusta: The Augusta Kiwanis Club, 1924. [F292 .R5A9 C4371 K29 1924]

Augusta Telephone Directories. Library Has years 1934, 1966-1984. [F292.R5A9

Z6 + date]

Augusta Telephone Directory with Merged Listings for North Augusta, SC,

Martinez, Evans, Grovetown. Augusta: Southern Bell Telephone and

Telegraph, 1924. [F292.R5A9 Z6 1924]

Bagby, W.H. Reminiscences of the Old Street Car Days of the Yesterdays 1899- 1933. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 H4T7 B24 1899-1933]

Bannister, Anna. A Witness for Christ at this Place: The History of Curtis Baptist Church Augusta, Georgia 1876-1976. Augusta: Curtis Baptist Church, 1976. [F292.R5A9 C5B2 B26 1876-1976]

Bell, Earl L. and Kenneth C. Crabbe. The Augusta Chronicle Indomitable Voice of Dixie 1785-1960. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1960. [F292.R5A9 N34B35 1785-1960]

Bertsche, Faith Brown. The History of Augusta Quakers A Bicentennial Presentation 1773 and 1976. Augusta: The Augusta Friends Meeting, 1976. [F292.R5A9 C5Q8 B37]

Bicentennial Commission. Augusta Bicentennial 1735-1935 Pageant. Augusta:

The Commission, City of Augusta, 1935. [F292.R5A9 H4B4]

Bigbie, Alethia E. Memories: The Academy of Richmond County, 1783-1983.

Columbia, SC: The R.L. Bryan Co., 1982. [F292.R5A9 S3 1783-1983]

Bradley, Yong C. and Rickey C. Myhand. Aesculapian 1987. Augusta: n.p.,

1987. [F292.R5A9 S3M3 1987]

_____. Aesculapian 1988. Augusta: n.p., 1988. [F292.R5A9 S3M3 1988]

A Brief History of Our Library and the Old Richmond Academy. Augusta: n.p., 1928. [F292.R5A9 H4 1928]

Brown, Caroline S. First Presbyterian Church, Augusta, Georgia 1804-1954.

Sesquicentennial Volume. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5P7(Fi) 1804-1954]

Buchanan, G.D. The "Blue Coat" of Augusta, Georgia. Augusta: Phoenix

Printing Co., 1910. [F292.R5A9 D5P6 1910]

Carter, Syndey and the Augusta-Richmond County Planning Commission. The Augusta Canal Environs Study. Augusta: The Commission, 1975. [F292.R5A9 H4C27]

Cashin, Edward J. "Germans who Applied for Citizenship in Augusta". n.p.,

1986. {Abstracted from articles in Ancestoring compiled by Raymond J.

Adamson from Superior Court Minute Books at the Richmond County

Courthouse} [F292.R5A9 E8G3 C2]

_____. Colonial Augusta. "Key of the Indian Country." Macon, GA: Mercer

University Press, 1986. [F292.R5A9 H39C2]

_____. The Story of Augusta. Augusta: Richmond County Board of Education,

1980. [F292.R5A9 H4C2]

_____. General Sherman's Girlfriend and Other Stories about Augusta.

Columbia, SC: Woodstone Press, 1992. [F292.R5A9 H4C21]

______. Augusta and the American Revolution, Events in the Georgia Back

Country 1773-1783. Darien, GA: Ashantilly Press, 1975. [F292.R5A9 H41

C2]

Chambers, Gordon W. Georgia's Ratification of the Constitution. Augusta: United States Constitution Sequicentennial Commission of Augusta, 1938. [F292.R5A9 H4 C42 1788]

City of Augusta. 1907 Augusta Official Reports. n.p., 1908. [F292.R5A9 C7M4

1908]

Clark, Frank E., Jr. Summerville Recollections. n.p.: The Author, 1985.

[F292.R5A9 H4C5]

Clary, George E., Jr. Paine College Augusta, Georgia: An Account of its

Beginnings 1882-1903. Brunswick, GA: Lemmond Letter Shop, 1975.

[F292.R5A9 H4C6]

Colbourn, Keith. "The 'Mackay House' a Historical Mistake?" Atlanta: Atlanta

Journal and Constitution Magazine, September 14, 1975. [F292.R5A9 H41

C7]

The Commission for Augusta's 250-Year Celebration, Inc. Augusta's Semiquincentennial A 250th Birthday Celebration Official Program. n.p., 1986. [F292.R5A9 H4 C66]

Confederate Hospital Report Augusta, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 H49 C6]

Corley, Florence Fleming. Confederate City, Augusta, Georgia 1860-1865.

Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1960. [F292.R5A9 H49

C7]

Cumming, Joseph B. A History of the Georgia Railroad and Banking Company and

its Corporate Affiliates 1833-1958 with Supplement 1958-1970. n.p.,

1971. [F292.R5A9 H4C89]

Cumming, Mary G. Smith. Two Centuries of Augusta. Augusta: Walton Printing

Co., 1926. {Second Printing 1951} [F292.R5A9 H4C9]

_____. Georgia Railroad and Banking Company 1833-1945: An Historic Narrative.

Augusta: Walton Printing Co., 1945. [F292.R5A9 H4C91]

Crawford Avenue Baptist Church 100th Anniversary. n.p., 1981. [[F292.R5A9

C5B2 C7]

Cross, Carlyle, Bob Etheredge and Woody Highsmith. A Tour of Confederate

Graves in Magnolia Cemetery. n.p., 1994. [F292.R5A9 C3M2 C7]

Cross Reference Directory Greater Augusta, GA, Aiken, SC, North Augusta, SC

and Vicinity. Independence, KS: City Publishing Co., 1968. [F292.R5A9

Z61 1968]

Cross Reference Directory Greater Augusta, GA, Aiken, SC, North Augusta, SC

and Vicinity. Independence, KS: City Publishing Co., 1978. [F292.R5A9

Z61 1978]

Derrick, John Bowman. Historical Sketches of Holy Trinity, Augusta, Georgia.

St. James, Graniteville, SC; and St. Paul's Aiken, SC. Augusta, GA:

n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5L8(HT) D3]

Dorrill, James S. The Legacy of "Prospect Place" Frog Hollow an Extinct City Neighborhood of Augusta, Georgia a History of the Land and some of its People. n.p., 1997. {F292.R5A9 H4D67]

Dunbar, C.E. Code of the City of Augusta, Georgia. Augusta: Wolfe & Lombard

Co., 1909. {Library also has 1936 ed.} [F292.R5A9 C4C6 1909]

Evans, Lawton B. All About Georgia: Two Hundred Years of Romance and Reality

A Bicentennial Tribute. Atlanta: American Book Company, 1933.

[F292.R5A9 H4E8]

Federal Writers' Project in Georgia, Augusta Unit, Works Progress

Administration. American Guide Series: Augusta. Augusta: Tidwell

Printing Supply Co., 1939. [F292.R5A9 H4F97 1938]

Finck, William J. St. Matthew's History, Augusta, Georgia. A Brief Sketch of

St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Prepared for the Golden

Jubilee, January 20, 1910. Columbia, SC: Lutheran Board of

Publication, 1911. [F292.R5A9 C5L8(SM) F5]

First Baptist Church. Historical Building Program, 1817-1939. Augusta: The

Church, 1939. [F292.R5A9 C5B2 (Fi) 1817-1939]

First Baptist Church 1985 Directory. Augusta, GA: n.p., 1985. [F292.R5A9

C5B2 (Fi) 1985]

First Baptist Church Augusta, Georgia Miscellaneous Information. [F292.R5A9 C5B2 (Fi)

First Presbyterian Church in Augusta, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5P7(Fi)

M6]

Fraser, B.F. Directory of the Broad Street M.E. Church (South). Augusta: John M. Weigle and Co., Printers, 1893. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(Br) 1884-1893]

Goings, Robert Jason, comp. Pugh Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond County Georgia.

n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C3P7G6]

Haltermann, Bryan. From City to Countryside a Guidebook to the Landmarks of Augusta, Georgia. Augusta: Lamar Press, 1997. [F292.R5A9 M181 H25]

Hewett, Iris Epps. History of Woman's Missionary Union of Crawford Avenue

Baptist Church, Augusta, Georgia. Charlotte: MRE, 1989. [F292.R5A9

C5B2 (Cr) H3]

History of Christ Episcopal Church, Augusta, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9

C5E7(Ch)]

History Committee, St. James United Methodist Church. History of St. James

United Methodist Church v. 1 1856-1967. Augusta: The Church, n.d.

[F292.R5A9 C5M3(SJa) 1856-1967]

______. History of St. James United Methodist Church v. 2 1968-1985.

Augusta: The Church, n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(SJa) 1968-1985]

______. History of St. James United Methodist Church Supplement to v. 2 1968-

1985. Augusta: The Church, n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(SJa) 1968-1985 supp.]

History Committee. A Chronicle of Christian Stewardship; Sesquicentennial St.

John Methodist Church, 1798-1948. Augusta: Tidwell Printing Supply

House, 1948. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(SJo) 1798-1948]

Homecoming Day Committee. Woodlawn Baptist Church. Homecoming Day, September

9, 1962. n.p., 1962. [F292.R5A9 C5B2 (Wo) 1962]

Hurst, Vernon; Thomas J. Crawford and John Sandy. Mineral Resources of the Central Savannah River Area, vol. 1. Washington, DC: Geology Department University of Georgia in Cooperation with Central Savannah River Area Planning and Development Commission Georgia Department of Industry and Trade; Economic Development Administration, United States Commerce Department, 1966. [F292..R5A9 H4S2 U8]

Johnson, Elizabeth Lamken. Saint Mark United Methodist Church Twenty-Five

Years of Growth and Service 1949-1974. Augusta: Commercial Printing

Co., 1974. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(SMa) 1949-1974]

Jones, Anna Olive. History of the First Baptist Church Augusta, Georgia 1817-1967. Columbia, SC: The R.L. Bryan Co., 1967. [F292.R5A9 C5B2(Fi) 1817-1967]

Jones, Charles C. Confederate Survivors Association Memorial Addresses 1886,

1888, 1890, 1981, 1893, 1894. Augusta: n.p. [F292.R5A9 H49 J6]

Jones, Charles C., Jr. L.L.D. and Dutcher, Salem. Memorial History of

Augusta, Georgia from its Settlement in 1735 to the Close of the

Eighteenth Century by Charles C. Jones; from the Close of the Eighteenth

Century to the Present Time by Salem Dutcher. Spartanburg, SC: Reprint

Co., 1980. {Reprint of 1890 ed.} [F292.R5A9 H4J6]

Jordan, Isabella S. A Century of Service First Baptist Church, Augusta, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5B2(Fi) J67]

Joseph, J.W. "And They Went Down Both into the Water": Archeological Data

Recovery of the Riverfront Augusta site 9Ri165 Draft Report, 3 Vols.

Stone Mountain, GA: New South Associates, 1991. [F292.R5A9 H4S2 J6

v.1,2,3]

Lee, Joseph M. III. Images of America Augusta a Postcard History. Dover, NH: Arcadia Publishing, 1997. [F292.R5A9 M181L33]

McCommons, Rollin Jr. and Tim C. Ryles. An Inventory of Governmental Services in Augusta-Richmond County with Special Emphasis on an Inventory of Governmental Cooperation. Athens: Institute of Government and Institute of Community Area Development, University of Georgia, 1965. [F292.R5A9 C4371 U8 1965.

Mila, Mina. St. Ignatius of Antioch Melkite Greek-Catholic Church. The View

from the East, vol. 9, no. 2: Concerning the Holy Image of St. Ignatius.

Augusta, GA: n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5G7 M6]

Minutes of City Council, Augusta, Georgia, 1804-1810. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9

C7M4]

Mayor's Message and Official Reports of the Departments of the City of Augusta with Report of Board of Health. Augusta: Chronicle Job Office, 1903. [F292.R5A9 C4R37 1901-1903] {Library also has years 1904-1954, 1958-1973, 1975-1993}

Moore, Henry P. Augusta her Commerce, Industries and Attractions. Augusta: Post E, Travellers' Protective Association, 1905. [F292.R5A9 H4 M66 1905]

Moore, Victor A. Let the Hills Hear They Voice A History of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Augusta, Georgia 1869-1994. Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Co., 1995. [F292.R5A9 C5E7 (GS) H4]

The 1920 Maids and a Man. Augusta: The Students of Tubman High School, 1920.

{Library also has years 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926} [F292.R5A9 D5T8]

Patch, Ann Patterson and Florence Patch Creasy. Through the Years at Asbury

United Methodist Church (a Brief Look at our First 135 years) 1859-1994.

n.p., n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(As) H4P2]

Policemen's Relief Association. Augusta Police Department. Augusta, GA: The

Association, 1898. [F292.R5A9 D5P6 1898]

Reed, Thomas H. and Doris D. Reed. Report to the Citizens a Survey of the Government of the City of Augusta, Georgia. n.p., n.d., 1945. [F292 .R5A9 C4R37 1945]

Robertson, Cecelia B. Respect this Stone...St. Paul's Churchyard, Augusta,

Georgia 1783-1820. Augusta: St. Paul's Church, 1976. [F292.R5A9 C3S2

R6]

Robertson, Heard. Notes upon the History of St. Paul's. n.p., n.d.

[F292.R5A9 C5E7 R6]

_____. "The Second British Occupation of Augusta, 1780-1781". Reprinted from The Georgia Historical Quarterly, volume LVII number 4, winter 1974. [F292.R5A9 H41 R62]

Rogers, E.P. A Brief History of First Presbyterian Church in Augusta,

Georgia. Charleston, SC: Walker and James, 1851. [F292.R5A9 C5P7(Fi)

1851]

Rowland, Arthur Ray. Index to City Directories of Augusta, Georgia 1841-1879.

Augusta: The Author, 1991. [F292.R5A9 A1C5 1841-1879]

_____. A Guide to the Study of Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia.

Augusta: Richmond County Historical Society, 1967. [F292.R5A9 B4 1967]

_____. Reminiscences of Augusta Marines. Augusta: Richmond County Historical

Society, 1985. [F292.R5A9 M5R6]

_____. Reminiscences of Joseph B. Cumming 1893-1938 an Oral History.

Augusta: Richmond County Historical Society, 1983. [F292.R5A9 H4R6

1893-1983]

Rowland, A. Ray and Virginia DeTreville. Library of the Richmond County

Historical Society, 2nd ed. Augusta: n.p., 1978. [F292.R5A9 A3A8 1978]

Rowland, Arthur Ray and Marguerite Fogleman. Reese Library Genealogical

Resources. Augusta: Augusta College, 1988. [F292.R5A9 A3A8 1988]

_____. Reese Library Genealogical Resources, Supplement. Augusta: Augusta

College, 1990. [F292.R5A9 A3A8 1990]

Rowland, A. Ray and Helen Callahan. Yesterday's Augusta. Seemann's Historic

Cities Series No. 27. Miami: E.A. Seemann Publishing, Inc., 1976.

[F292.R5A9 H4R69 1976]

Sand Hills Garden Club. Petit Points a Garden Schedule for Augusta and the Surrounding Areas. Augusta: The Club, 1977. [F292.R5A9 M182 S44 1972]

Schweers, Sister Rose CSJ and Leann Grabaway Almquist, Ph.D., eds. A History

of St. Joseph Hospital Augusta, Georgia 1945-1989. Dallas, TX:

Leisure Time Publishing, 1990. [F292.R5A9 C5C2 S3]

Simmons, A.H. A History of Warren Baptist Church 1898-1988. Augusta:

McGowen Printing Co., 1988. [F292.R5A9 C5B2(Wa) 1898-1988]

Steinberg, Jack. United for Worship and Charity: A History of the

Congregation Children of Israel. Augusta: The Author, 1983. [F292.R5A9

C5J3(Is) S8]

Strickland, Virginia Bowe, ed. Kirchenbuch der Evangelischen Lutherischen Gemeinde zu Augusta, Georgia 1863-1885 Parish Register of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in Augusta, Georgia, Lutheran Records in Augusta, Georgia, vol. 1. n.p., 1996. [F292.R5A9 C5L8 v.1 1863-1885]

_____. Parish Register of the St. Matthew's German Lutheran Church, Augusta, Georgia, 1885-1913 Lutheran Church Records in Augusta, Georgia, vol. 2. n.p., 1996. [F292.R5A9 C5L8 v.2 1885-1913]

_____. Parish Register of the St. Matthew's German Lutheran Church, Augusta, Georgia, 1913-1921 Lutheran Church Records in Augusta, Georgia, vol. 3. n.p., 1996. [F292.R5A9 C5L8 v.3 1913-1921]

_____. Parish Register of the Holy Trinity English Lutheran Church, Augusta, Georgia, 1883-1921 from its Founding until its Merger Lutheran Church Records in Augusta, Georgia, vol. 4. n.p., 1996. [F292.R5A9 C5L8 v.4 1883-1921]

Strong, Rev. Robert. The First Presbyterian Church in Augusta, Georgia. {Excerpt from the Southern Presbyterian Journal, April 24, 1957}. [F292.R5A9 C5P6 S87]

Walker, Alice O., comp. Catalog of the Augusta (Georgia) City Directories 1841-1939. Augusta: Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, 1996. [F292 .R5A9 A1C5 Cat.]

_____. Georgia Genealogy and Local History. Augusta: Augusta Regional Library, n.d. [F292.R5A9 A3P8 W2]

_____. A New Guide to the Study of Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia.

Augusta: Reese Library Augusta College, 1990. [F292.R5A9 B4 1990]

_____. Personal Name Index to the Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Georgia), vol.

1 1786-1799. Augusta: Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, 1987.

[F292.R5A9 N3 1786-1799]

_____. Personal Name Index to the Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Georgia), vol.

2 1800-1810. Augusta: Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, 1987.

[F292.R5A9 N3 1800-1810]

_____. Personal Name Index to the Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Georgia), vol.

3 1811-1820. Augusta: Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, 1987.

[F292.R5A9 N3 1811-1820]

_____. Personal Name Index to the Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Georgia), vol.

4 1821-1830. Augusta: Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, 1987.

[F292.R5A9 N3 1821-1830]

Wanderlust in Georgia and the Carolinas 1936. Augusta: The Resorts Directory Company, 1936. [F292.R5A9 M181 1936]

White Columns 1966. Augusta: Augusta College, 1966. [F292.R5A9 S3 1966]

Whitney, Gertrude Capen. Yet Speaketh He. Boston: Sherman and Company, 1914. [F292.R5A9 H4C24 W44 1914]

Whitson, L.D, Mrs. Sketches of Augusta, Sandersville, Sparta, Madison,

Waynesboro and Aiken, SC. n.p., 1882. [F292.R5A9 H4W4]

Woodward, W.E. "A Georgia Town in 1807" from The Way our People Lived an

Intimate American History. New York: E.P. Hutton & Co., Inc. 1944.

[F292.R5A9 H4W6]

Woodward, K. The Augusta Directory and City Advertiser for 1841 (reprint).

Augusta: The Author, 1976. [F292.R5A9 Z5 1841]

Works Progress Administration of Georgia. Report of the Real Property, Land

Use, and Low Income Housing Area Survey of Augusta, Georgia. Atlanta:

Federal Works Agency, Works Projects Administration of Georgia, 1939.

[F292.R5A9 U5]

Youmans, Virginia Videtto. History of Trinity-on-the-Hill United Methodist Church Augusta, Georgia 1926-1996 "A Church with a Vision". n.p, n.d. [F292.R5A9 C5M3(TR) Y68 1926-1996]

Bath:

Bath, Georgia. Copies of Articles on the Community of Bath, Also Known as

Richmond-Bath, from a Scrapbook in the Bath Presbyterian Church. n.p.,

n.d. [F292.R5B3 H4B3]

Bell, Earl L. "Old Village of Richmond-Bath and Its New Place of Beauty."

Augusta: Augusta Magazine, n.d. [F292.R5B3 H4B2]

Enfinger, Bobbie. Bath, the Church and the People. Hephzibah, GA: The

Author, 1987. [F292.R5B3 H4E6]

McRae, Mary, Comp. Notes on Bath, Richmond County, Georgia. n.p., n.d.

[F292.R5B3 H4M3]

Richmond-Bath is Rich in History. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5B3 H4B31]

Ft. Gordon:

Command Historian Office United States Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon. A History of Fort Gordon, Georgia. Fort Gordon: n.p., n.d. [F292.R5F7 H4C65]

Welcome to United States Army Training Center, Fort Gordon Georgia. Atlanta:

Albert Love Enterprises, Inc., n.d. [F292.R5F7 H4]

Hephzibah:

Barnum, Dorothy J. Index to a Lost Arcadia by Walter A. Clark. Augusta:

Augusta Genealogical Society, 1987. [F292.R5H3 H4C5 Index]

Clark, Walter A. A Lost Arcadia or the Story of My Old Community. Augusta:

Chronicle Job Print, 1909. [F292.R5H3 H4C5]

Hendrix, Farris King. Pinetucky, My Lost Utopia. New York: Carlton Press,

Inc., 1983. [F292.R5P5H3]

James, Judy and Kay Johnson Bohler. Mount Lebanon Baptist Church Cemetery Survey. n.p., 1995. [F292.R5H3 C3 B2M6]

Lyda, Carolyn Hughey. Pine Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Hephzibah, Georgia.

Handwritten List of Inscriptions. n.p., n.d. [F292.R5H3 C3P5]

Mount Lebanon Baptist Church, Deans Bridge Road, Hephzibah, Georgia 1871-1971.

n.p., n.d. [F292.R5H3 C3B3 1871-1971]

Savannah River Valley


Cannon, H.T. True Stories of the Savannah. Calhoun Falls, SC: The Author,

n.d. [F292.S3 H4C2]

Screven Co.


Brier Creek Chapter, DAR. Cemetery Records of Screven County, Georgia, vol.

1. Sylvania, GA: The Partridge Pond Press, 1981. [F292.S35 C3D5 v.1]

_____. Cemetery Records of Screven County, Georgia, vol. 2. Sylvania, GA:

The Partridge Pond Press, 1981. [F292.S35 C3D5 v.2]

Hollingsworth, Clyde D. Pioneer Days. A History of the Early Days in Screven

County, Georgia. Sylvania, GA: The Partridge Pond Press, 1975.

[F292.S35 H4H6]

Kelly, Mrs. Lawrence B. Eighth Census of the United States Screven County, Georgia. n.p., 1985. [F292.S35 A1C4 1860]

Ninth Census of the United States, Screven County, Georgia, 1870. n.p., 1985. [F292.S35 A1C4 1870]

Register, Mrs. Alvaretta Kenan. The Fifth Census of the United States 1830 Screven County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.S35 A1C4 1830]

Screven County, Georgia, Records Deed Book A 1794-1805, 1801-1810. n.p., 1988. [F292.S35 C7D3 1794-1805, 1801-1810]

Screven County History Project, Dixon Hollingsworth, ed. The History of

Screven County. Dallas, TX: Curtis Media Corp., 1989. [F292.S35 H4S3]

Tenth Census of the United States, Screven County, Georgia, 1880, vol. 1. n.p., 1995. [F292.S35 A1C4 1880] {Library also has vols. 2 & 3}

Wilson, Kathryn Bargeron. Around the Coal Chute. Sylvania, GA: The

Partridge Pond Press, 1985. [F292.S35 H4W5]

Youmans, W.M., comp. Footprints...On the Sands of Time: Epitaphs of

Tombstones in Old Family Cemeteries in Screven County, Georgia.

Sylvania, GA: The Partridge Pond Press, 1979. [F292.S35 C3Y6]



Spaulding Co.


Cemeteries of Spalding County, Georgia. Family Cemeteries Oak Hill Cemetery,

Stonewall Confederate Cemetery. n.p., 1986. [F292.S6 C3]

Taliferro Co.


Jones, Wiley B., comp. Rest in Peace: A Cemetery Census of Taliaferro County,

Georgia. Washington, GA: Wilkes Publishing Co., 1984. [F292.T23 C3J6]

Lunceford, Alvin Mell, Jr. Early Records of Taliaferro County, Georgia.

Crawfordville, GA: The Author. [F292.T23 G3L94]

Macfie, Girdwood. Locust Grove Taliferro County, Georgia the First Catholic Church in Georgia, a Brief History. n.p, n.d. [F292.T23 C5C2 M23]

Macfie, T.G. History of South Liberty Prebyterian Church, Sharon, Georgia Founded in May 1828. n.p., 1928. [F292.T23 C5P7 M23]

Tattnall Co.


Cheney, J. Max. A History of Tattnall County, Georgia to 1865. n.p., n.d.

[F292.T27 H4C5]

1870 Census Tattnall County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.T27 A1C4 1870]

1880 Census Tattnall County, Georgia. n.p., n.d. [F292.T27 A1C4 1880]

Georgia 1880 Census Tattnall County, Index. n.p., n.d. [F292.T27 A1C4 1880 Index]



Taylor Co.

Taylor County turns Back the Clock Celebrating 200 Years of History of America 100 years of History for The Taylor County News and The Butler Herald. Butler, GA: Taylor County News, 1976. [F292.T3 H4]

Telfair Co.


Griffin, Myrtie Lou and Stallings, R.A. Telfair County, Georgia, 1860 Census.

n.p., n.d. [F292.T35 A1C4 1860]

Telfair County Census 1820. n.p., n.d. [F292.T35 A1C4 1820]

Telfair County Census 1850. n.p., n.d. [F292.T35 A1C4 1850]

Thomas Co.


Thomas, Kenneth H., Jr. The Lapham-Patterson House: A National Historic

Landmark Thomasville, Georgia. Atlanta: State of Georgia Department of

Natural Resources Office of Planning and Research Historic Preservation

Section, 1978. [F292.T4T4 H4T5]

Toombs Co.


Coleman, Moses M., Jr., comp. Cemeteries of Toombs County, Georgia. Vidalia,

GA: Coleman Ferr-O-Type, 1994. [F292.T6 C3C6]

Troup Co.


Allen, Randall A. and Danny Knight, comps. Estate Records of Troup County,

Georgia 1827-1850. LaGrange, GA: Troup County Historical Society-

Archives, 1987. [F292.T75 C7A5]

Levold, Erwin and Kaye Lanning. Guide to Archival Records of Troup County,

Georgia 1825-1900. LaGrange, GA: Troup County Historical Society-

Archives, 1987. [F292.T75 A3 1825-1900]

Major, Glenda and Clark Johnson. Treasures of Troup County: A Pictorial

History. LaGrange, GA: Troup County Historical Society, 1993.

[F292.T75 H4M25]

Twiggs Co.


Clark, Bess Vaughn, Ed. Twiggs County, Georgia Abstracts Records of a Burned

County. Macon, GA: The Editor, 1987. [F292.T9G3C5]

Faulk, J. Lanette O'Neal and Billy Walker Jones. History of Twiggs County, Georgia. Jeffersonville, GA: Major General John Twiggs Chapter DAR, 1960. [F292.T9 F28]

Union Co.


Akins, Ken, ed. Mountain Relic: A Book on Mountain History and Culture by

Union County Students. Blairsville, GA: The Author, 1980. [F292.U5

H4v.1]

Elliott, Dale and C.T. Wimpey, eds. Cemetery Records of Union County,

Georgia. Blairsville, GA: Union County Historical Society, 1990.

[F292.U5 C3U5]

Hancock, Jane. Choestoe: Where the Rabbits Dance. n.p., 1984. [F292.U5

H4H2]

Warren Co.


Crumpton, Daniel Nathan. Cemeteries and Genealogy, Warren County, Georgia and

Immediate Vicinity, 1792-1987. Roswell, GA: W.H. Wolfe Associates,

1987. [F292.W23 C3C8]

_____. Warren County, Georgia, 1793-1900 Genealogy II. Spartanburg, SC: The

Reprint Co., 1993. [F292.W23 C3C81]

Mathews, Mamie Reese. History of Little Briar Creek Baptist Church. n.p.,

1956. [F292.W23 C5B2 M2]

Records of the Baptist Church at Union, Warren County, Georgia. Microfilm

Printout. Microfilmed by Georgia Department of Archives and History.

Book 1, 1833-1866. Book 2, 1867-1912. [F292.W23 C5B2 Book 1 & 2]



Washington Co.


Hall, Gwen Kendall, ed. A History of Deepstep, Georgia: Heart of Kaolin 1790-

1990. Sandersville: Mayor and Council of Deepstep, 1991. [F292.W25D3

H4H25]

Henry, William R. 1890 Federal Census Court of Ordinary Washington County, Georgia, Georgia Population Schedule. Warner Robins, GA: Central Georgia Genealogical Society, Inc., 1994. [F292.W25 A1C4 1890]

Jordan, Mary Alice, ed. Cotton to Kaolin a History of Washington County, Georiga 1784-1989. n.p., n.d. [F292.W25 H4J67]

Mitchell, Ella. History of Washington County. Atlanta: Byrd Printing Co.,

1924. [F292.W25 H4M6]

Newsom, Elizabeth Pritchard. Washington County, Georgia. Tombstone

Inscriptions. Sandersville, GA: n.p., 1967. [F292.W25 N4C3]

_____. Washington County, Georgia, Estate Papers. Sandersville, GA:

Washington County Historical Society, 1982. [F292.W25 C7N3]

_____. Washington County, Georgia, 1825 Tax Digest. Sandersville, GA: The

Author, 1967. [F292.W25 L2W37]

One Hundred and Fifty-Second Anniversary of the Union Baptist Church 1844- 1996. n.p., 1996. [F292.W25 C5B2 U64]

Records of Washington County, Georgia. Albany, GA: Delwyn Associates, 1975.

[F292.W25 G3]

Warren, Mary Bondurant and Jack M Jones. Washington County, Georgia Land

Warrants 1784-1787. Athens: Heritage Papers, 1992. [F292.W25 L2W2]

Wynd, Frances. Washington County, Georgia Records. Albany, GA: n.p., n.d.

[F292.W25 C7W9]

Wilkes Co.


Bartram Trail Regional Library. Washington-Wilkes History and Genealogy: a

Bibliography. Washington, GA: The Library, 1978. [F292.W7 B4B4]

Bowen, Eliza A. The Story of Wilkes County, Georgia, Edited, Annotated and Indexed with Introduction by Louis Frederick Hayes, State Historian of Georgia. Marietta: Continental Book Co., 1950. [F292.W7 H4B69]

Boyd, John Wright, Sr. and Rev. Harold A. Lawrence, Jr. A Brief History of

Early Methodist Societies and Meeting Houses in the Broad River Valley

of Georgia. Tignall, GA: Boyd Publishing Co., 1986. [F292.W7 C5M3 B6]

Coulter, Ellis Merton. Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia: Their Rise and Decline. Milledgeville: Boyd Publishing Co., 1994. [F292.W7P3 H4C68]

Davidson, Grace Gillam. Early Records of Georgia. Macon, GA: The J.W. Burke

Co., 1932. [F292.W7 G3D23]

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. The Wilkes County Papers 1773-1833: A Compilation of

the Genealogical Information Found in Collections of Loose Court,

Estate, Land, School, Military, Marriage, and Other Records of the Ceded

Lands and Wilkes County, Georgia, From 1773 to 1833 with a Few

Additional Papers from Earlier Periods. Easley, SC: Southern

Historical Press, Inc., 1979. [F292.W7 G3D24]

_____. Kettle Creek and Battlefield: A Commemoration Booklet on the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Kettle Creek, Wilkes County, Georgia. Washington, GA: Wilkes Publishing Co., 1978.

[F292.W7 H4D24]

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. and Thomas, Kenneth H. Kettle Creek: The Battle of

the Cane Brakes, Wilkes County, Georgia. n.p., 1975. [F292.W7 H4D241]

Friends of the Mary Willis Library. Indexes to We Have This Heritage and No Jubliee (Wilkes County, Georgia Histories). n.p., 1984. [F292.W7 H4 W4111 Index]

Hudson, Frank Parker. A 1790 Census for Wilkes County, Georgia. Spartanburg,

SC: The Reprint Co., 1988. [F292.W7 A1C4 1790 H8]

Lawrence, Rev. Harold. Records of the Tignall Charge. n.p., n.d. [F292.W7

C5M3 L2]

Newsome, F.M. and Nell H. Newsome. Wilkes County Cemeteries and a Few

Adjoining Counties. Washington, GA: Wilkes Publishing Co., 1970.

[F292.W7 C3N4]

Saggus, Charles Danforth. Agrarian Arcadia: Anglo-Virginian Planters of Wilkes County, Georgia in the 1850's. Washington, GA: Mary Willis Library, 1996. [F292.W7 H4S24]

Sheahan, John J., Jr. Military Markers and Data: Cemeteries Located in Wilkes

County, Georgia. n.p., 1995. [F292.W7 C3M5 S43]

Slaton, J. Russell. Vanishing Sites of Old Wilkes. n.p., 1992. [F292.W7

H4S5]

Smith, Sarah Quinn. Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Estates Wilkes

County. Danielsville, GA: Heritage Press, 1971. [F292.W7 C7W2 S6]

Warren, Mary Bondurant, ed. Chronicles of Wilkes County, Georgia from

Washington's Newspapers 1889-1898. Danielsville, GA: Heritage Press,

1971. [F292.W7 G3N3 W11]

Wilkes County (Georgia) Maps Showing Locations of Homes of Early Settlers.

n.p., n.d. [F292.W7 M18]

Willingham, Robert M., Jr. No Jubilee: The Story of Confederate Wilkes.

Washington, GA: Wilkes Publishing Co., 1976. [F292.W7 H4W4]

_____. Wilkes County, Georgia. (A Presentation to the Augusta Genealogical

Society 3 January 1980). n.p., n.d. [F292.W7 H4W41]





Wilkinson Co.

Davidson, Victor. History of Wilkinson County (Georgia). Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1997. {Reprint 1930 ed.} [F292.W75 H4 D29]

Worth Co.

Sweat, Faye. 1860 Census Worth County, Georgia. Albany: Southwest Georgia Genealogical Society, n.d. [F292.W9 A1C4 1860]



PERIODICALS: (NOT ALL RUNS ARE COMPLETE)

Ancestoring. {Augusta Genealogical Society} [EF281.A48]

Ancestoring Through Weekly Newspaper Columns. [F281.A485]

Ancestors Unlimited Edition. [F281.A49]

Archive. {Augusta-Richmond County Museum} [F281.A55]

Archives Tidbits. {Friends of the National Archives} [F281.N2]

The Atlanta Historical Bulletin. [F281.A62]

The Atlanta Historical Journal. [F281.A65]

Atlanta History. [F281.A7]

Augusta Magazine. [F281.A92]

The Augusta Spectator. [F281.A94]

Bartow County Genealogical Society. [F281.B3 B3]

Brown's Guide to Georgia. [F281.B82]

Central Georgia Genealogical Society, Inc., Newsletter. [F281.C36]

Central Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly. [F281.C37]

Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society. [F281.C55]

COGS Quarterly. {Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society} [F281.C64]

Coweta County Genealogical Society Magazine. [F281.C82]

Coweta County Genealogical Society Newsletter. [F281.C83]

The Elberton Gazette. [F281.E52]

Elberton Graniteer. [F281.E53]

Family Tree. {Northeast Cobb County Genealogical Society} [F281.F12]

Family Tree Quarterly. {Cobb County Genealogical Society} [F281.F121]

The Family Tree Newsletter. {Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library} [F281.F13]

Footnotes. {The Georgia Historical Society} [F281.F52]

Foxfire. {Library has Books 1-4; 6} [F281.F72]

Genealogical Gazette. {Southwest Georgia Genealogical Society} [F281.G26]

Genealogical Society of Original Muscogee county Newsletter. [F281.G27]

Genealogy News. {Savannah Area Genealogical Association} [F281.G273]

Genealogy Unlimited. [F281.G275]

The Georgia Armchair Researcher. [F281.G28]

The Georgia Genealogical Magazine. [F281.G281]

The Georgia Genealogical Society Newsletter. [F281.G282]

The Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly. [F281.G283]

The Georgia Genealogist. [F281.G284]

The Georgia Historical Quarterly. [F281.G285]

The Georgia Historical Quarterly Index. [F281.G285 Index]

Georgia Humanities. [F281.G2858]

Georgia Journal. [F281.G286

Georgia Life. [F281.G288]

Georgia Magazine. [F281.G289]

Georgia Periodicals, Miscellaneous. [F281.Z15]

Georgia Pioneers Genealogical Magazine. [F281.G35]

Georgia Review. [F281.G4]

The Heritage. {Gwinnett historical Society} [F281.H32]

Hornet's Nest Newsletter. {Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution} [F281.6S3A1H6]

Huxford Genealogical Society, Inc., Magazine. [F281.H9]

Huxford Genealogical Society, Inc. Index v. 1-19. [F281.H9 Index v.1-19]

The Journal of Southwest Georgia History. [F281.J6S9]

Kawita. {Coweta County Genealogical Society} [F281.K5]

Lives and Times. {Smyrna Historical and Genealogical Society} [F281.L5]

Master Index to the Georgia Genealogical Magazine, Numbers 1-46 1961-1972.

[F281.G281 Index 1961-1972]

Medical College of Georgia Today. [F281.T63]

Muscogiana. {Muscogee Genealogical Society} {F281.M8]

Newsletter. {Historic Augusta} [F281.N325]

Newsletter. {West Central Georgia Genealogical Society} [F281.N33]

Northwest Georgia Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc., Quarterly [F281.N82]

Origins. {Thomasville Cultural Center Library} [F281.O74]

Our Birthright and Heritage. {Bulloch County Historical Society} {F281.O84]

Quarterly of Gwinnett Historical Society. [F281.Q24]

The Rambler. {Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation} [F291.R26]

The Record. {Georgia Department of Archives} [F281.R34]

Richmond County History. [F281.R42]

Index to Richmond County History, vols. 1-15, 1969-1983. [F281.R42 Index,

v.1-15 1969-1983]

The Saga. {Savannah Area Genealogical Association} {F281.S12]

Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society Newsletter. [F281.S18]

Southern Echoes. {Augusta Genealogical Society} {F281.S82]

Southern Roots and Shoots. {Delta Genealogical Society} [F281.S825]

Summerville Post. [F281.S92]

"They Were Here." {Georgia Genealogical Records} [F281.T51]

Troup County, Georgia and Her People. [F281.T83]

Viewpoints. {Georgia Baptist Historical Society} [F281.V43 B2H4]




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