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Georgia Miscellaneous

  • Acadians
  • African American History
  • Andrews, Raymond
  • Ansa, Tina McElroy
  • Archaeology
  • Architecture ("The Evolution of the Porch")
  • Artifacts [see also: Furniture]
  • Atlanta – Battle of Atlanta (July, 1864) [2 folders)
  • Atlanta – History 
  • Baldwin, Abraham
  • Bambera, Toni Cade
  • Baptists
  • Barker, Tommie Dora
  • The Banner-Herald (Primitive Baptist newsletter)
  • Bar Association [see: Georgia Bar Association]
  • Barnes, Doc and Lucy (gospel musicians)
  • Bartram, William
  • Barrow County, Georgia
  • "Battle Hymn of the Republic" [see: Howe, Julia Ward]
  • "Bill Arp" [see: Smith, Charles Henry]
  • Bishop, Michael
  • Blacksmithing
  • Bottoms, David
  • Bramblett, Agnes Cochran
  • Brantley County, Georgia
  • Brown, Joe David
  • Brown, Joseph Emerson
  • Brunswick, Georgia 
  • Burke, John Williams (publisher)
  • Caldwell, Erskine
  • Cates, Margaret Davis
  • Cattle Industry – History
  • Chattahoochee River
  • Cherry Trees ("Growing the Japanese Flowering Cherry Tree in Georgia")
  • Chivers, Thomas Holley
  • Churches – History 
  • Civil War
  • Civil War – Manuscript Sources, Civil War History, Emory University
  • Civilian Conservation Corps
  • Clayton County, Georgia – Crawford-Dorsey House
  • Coddington, Arthur
  • Cofer, Judith Ortiz
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Columbus, Georgia
  • Counties (the creation of Georgia Counties)
  • Davidson, Philip
  • Davis, Maggie
  • Davis, Ossie
  • Dawson County, Georgia – Marriage Records (1858 - 1883)
  • Decatur County, Georgia
  • Dekalb County, Georgia
  • Dern, E. Peggy Gaddis [see: Gaddis, Peggy]
  • "Description of the State of Georgia" (1847)
  • Dickey, James
  • "Dixie" (Confederate anthem)
  • Dobbs, R. Howard
  • Dodd, Ed
  • Dueling
  • Dunbar, David Clayton
  • Dunbar, Dawn. "David Clayton Dunbar, 1831-1897, Prominent Houston County Builder"
  • Education – History
  • Elbert County, Georgia – History – Key, Martin and William Bibb
  • Elliott, Sarah Barnwell
  • Evans, Augusta Jane
  • Federal Road [see: Old Federal Road]
  • First Railroad and Banking Company
  • Flags
  • Fleming, Berry
  • Floyd County, Georgia 
  • Forts
  • Furniture [see also: Artifacts]
  • Gaddis, Peggy
  • Genealogy [2 folders]
  • Genealogy – County Records
  • Georgetown (Warren County, Georgia)
  • Georgia Baptist History Depository [see: Baptists]
  • Georgia Bar Association
  • Georgia Brigade
  • Georgia Day
  • Georgia Department of Archives and History
  • Georgia Department of Agriculture
  • Georgia Department of Natural Resources
  • Georgia Guardsmen
  • Georgia Historical Society
  • Georgia Humanities Council
  • Georgia Power Company
  • Georgia Prison Commission – Records Inventory (1819 - 1936)
  • Georgia State Capitol
  • Georgia Tax Digests Index (1814 - 1817)
  • Ghosts
  • Gilmer, George Rockingham
  • "Give Me Georgia," by Ralph McGill
  • Golden Isles 
  • Gone With the Wind [see also: Mitchell, Margaret]
  • Goulding, Francis Robert
  • Governors – Family
  • Governors – Mansion
  • Governors – Proclamations
  • Grady, Henry
  • Green County, Georgia – Mill Workers
  • Grogan, Elmira F.
  • Gwinnett, Button
  • Guardsmen [see: Georgia Guardsmen]
  • Hall County, Georgia 
  • Hanna, Evelyn
  • Harben, William Nathaniel
  • Harris, Corra White
  • Harris, Grandison
  • Hawes, Lilla Mills
  • Haygood, Laura
  • Hervey, Harry
  • Hilson, Clint. "Loyalists of Augusta and Their Views of the Revolution in Georgia"
  • Historic Buildings
  • Historic Houses
  • Historic Preservation
  • History
  • Hodgson, Edward Reginald
  • Houston County, Georgia [see: Dunbar, David Clayton]
  • Howe, Julia Ward
  • Hunt, Addavale Kincaid
  • Indians [see: Native Americans]
  • Industrial Archaeology [see: Archaeology]
  • Jacobs, Thornwell
  • Jarrett Manor, Toccoa, Georgia (postcard)
  • Jasper County, Georgia – Marriage Records
  • Jenkins, Charles J.
  • Jews
  • Johnson, Georgia Douglas
  • Johnson, Herschel V.
  • Johnson, Richard Malcolm
  • Jones, Charles Colcock Jr.
  • Kaolin
  • Kay, Terry
  • Killens, John Oliver
  • Kilpatrick, William Heard
  • Koinonia Farm
  • Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
  • Lagrange, Georgia
  • Lakes
  • Lamar, Dolly (Mrs. Walter B. Lamar)
  • Lancaster, Mayhaley (seer)
  • Lane, Mills B.
  • Lanier, Henry Wysham [see also: Lanier, Sydney]
  • Lanier, Sidney [see also: Lanier, Henry Wysham]
  • Laurens County, Georgia – Page House Bed and Breakfast
  • Lavinder, Dr. Mary
  • Lawton-Gordon-Evans Brigade [see: Georgia Brigade]
  • Lee, Harry
  • Leguin, Magnolia Wynn
  • Le Vert, Madame Octavia Walton
  • Libraries
  • Lincecum, Gideon
  • Long, Crawford W.
  • Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin
  • Louisville, Georgia
  • Lowe, Juliette Gordon
  • Lumpkin, Grace
  • Mackey, William
  • Macon, Georgia – Economic Development Profile (1981)
  • Macon, Georgia – People
  • Macon, Georgia – Washington Memorial Library
  • Macon, Georgia – World War II
  • Madison, Georgia
  • Maps – Historic
  • Marquis, Donald Robert Perry
  • MARTA
  • Masonic Markers
  • McCullar, Bernice Brown
  • McCullers, Carson
  • McDonald, Charles J.
  • McIntosh County, Georgia
  • McIntosh, William
  • McKinney, Cynthia
  • McQueen, A.S.
  • Mead, Gregory C. "Early Years of Music in Middle Georgia"  (independent study)
  • Meaders, Margaret Inman
  • Mercer University
  • Michael, Moina
  • Midway Cemetery
  • Milledge, John
  • Miller, Caroline
  • Mills, Charles
  • Milton, John
  • Mitcham, Judson
  • Mitchell, Margaret [see also: Gone With the Wind]
  • Monastery of Our Lady of the Holy Spirit (Conyers, Georgia)
  • Montgomery, Marion
  • Monticello-Jasper County Economic Profile (May 1983)
  • Moody, Minnie Hite
  • Moravians
  • Morgan County, Georgia
  • Morgan County, Georgia – William Talbot House
  • Muscogee County, Georgia
  • Music
  • National Archives, Atlanta Branch
  • Native Americans
  • Newman, Frances
  • Newnan, Daniel
  • Newspapers
  • Ocmulgee National Monument
  • Odum, Howard Washington
  • Officers of the Georgia State Government
  • Oglethorpe, James
  • Oglethorpe University
  • Okefenokee Swamp
  • Old Federal Road
  • Parks, W.J.
  • Parrott, Georgia
  • Peabody Awards
  • Penal System
  • Peters, Richard
  • Phillips, U.B. (Ulrich Bonnell)
  • Piedmont Chautauqua
  • Poe, Elisabeth "Pansy" Ireland
  • Politics and Government
  • Porterdale, Georgia
  • Post Offices
  • Postal Roads (Georgia Postal History Society Newsletter)
  • Pratt, Daniel
  • Price, Eugenia
  • Prison Commission – Annual Reports (1917-1922)
  • Prison Commission – Annual Reports (1923-1928, 1931-1934)
  • Prisons [see: Penal System]
  • Raymond, John
  • Reece, Byron Herbert
  • Regimental History. 1st Alabama Infantry. (includes: Georgia Eta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Oglethorpe University students, etc)
  • Richmond County, Georgia
  • Ridge, George Ross
  • Riverboats
  • Rockdale County, Georgia
  • Romance Novelists
  • Rome, Georgia 
  • Rowland Mineral Springs
  • Royall, Anne Newport
  • Russell, Richard B. 
  • Russell, Richard B. – Guide to Manuscript Collection at the University of Georgia
  • Saint Simons Island, Georgia – Postcards 
  • Salvation Army Southern Territorial Research Center
  • Sanborn, D.A.
  • Savannah, Georgia [2 folders]
  • Savannah Jewish Federation Archives
  • Scull Shoals, Georgia
  • Sequoya
  • Siddons, Anne Rivers
  • Silk making
  • Smith, Charles Henry
  • Smith, Hoke
  • Smith, Lillian
  • Smith, Mary Louise
  • Spanish Missions
  • Stallings, Laurence Tucker
  • Stephens, Alexander H.
  • Stevens, Thaddeus
  • Stockard, John
  • Stone Mountain
  • Sturges, Daniel
  • Sunken Ships
  • Tailfer, Patrick
  • Tax Digests [see: Georgia Tax Digests]
  • Taylor, R.J. Jr. 
  • Telephones
  • Thomas, Edward Lloyd
  • Thompson, Maurice
  • Thompson, Thelma
  • Thompson, William Tappan
  • Thundering Springs
  • Towns, George Washington Bonaparte
  • Troup, George M.
  • Twiggs County, Georgia
  • Twiggs County, Georgia – Richland Church
  • U.S.S. Monitor
  • Valdosta, Georgia
  • Volkoff, Vladimir
  • Wade, John Donald
  • Walker, Madame C.J.
  • Walton, George
  • Warm Springs, Georgia
  • Watson, Thomas E.
  • Weisiger, Kendall
  • Wells, Brooksie Stilwell
  • Western and Atlantic Railroad
  • Westville
  • Wheat, Mike
  • White, John
  • White, Nicholas. "The Colonial Battle for Savannah"
  • White, Walter Francis
  • Whitney, Gertrude Capen
  • Wilde, Richard Henry
  • Wilkes County, Georgia
  • Williams, Nellie Lowman
  • Williams, Vinnie
  • Willingham, Calder Baynard, Jr.
  • Wilson, Augusta Jane Evans
  • Wine Industry
  • Women of Achievement
  • Women's History [2 folders]
  • Woodruff, Robert Winship
  • Woodward, Emily
  • Woolfolk Murders (Bibb County, Georgia)
  • Wrightsville-Johnson County Economic Profile (June 1981)
  • Yerby, Frank G.
  • Zubly, John Joachim