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- Removal of the American Indians - 1830-1835 . Maps.com.
- Historical city, county and state maps from Digital Treasures from the Georgia Archives.
- From Carl Vinson Institute of Government:
- Georgia Place-Names
by Kenneth K. Krakow, 3rd ed., online book
Georgia County Creation, table.
- From Univ. of Alabama Historical Map Index:
- USGenWeb Digital Map Library for North Carolina. NC, SC, GA 1835.
- USGenWeb Digital Map Library for Georgia. Large map for Georgia 1910.
- County formation maps from Norman Folk & Family Assoc.
- County Formation Maps
from Southeastern Genealogy Online.
- NC, SC and
GA 1835 Large (213K) from Thomas Bradford atlas published in
Boston. From The Maps Our
Ancestors Followed A TNGenWeb genealogy history project.
- Cherokee Co. GA, former GenWeb page
- Hargrett collection, Univ. of GA Rare Map Collection - 19th Century Georgia - from Frontier to New
Hargrett Collection, U. of GA Cram's 1879 railroad and county map
of Georgia [340kb]. The county lines are not precise on this map.
Gastonia NC is shown in SC! So don't take this map too literally. But
it is still interesting. You will need to click on "back" to
get back here.
- Heard Co.
USGenWeb page GA 1828 and 1830 (Gold
Bug). You will need to click on "back" to get back
Co. GA USGenWeb page GA 1777, 1793, and 1796 (Gold Bug). You will need to click on
"back" to get back here. Lots of other good maps at this site. Home page.
Georgia 1808, 1821 and 1912
from a former Pulaski Co. GA USGenWeb page.
- Telfair Co. GA, former USGenWeb page: GA
1824 (Gold Bug).
Wayne Co. GA 1803, 1807, 1850, 1860 and 1990. From a former Wayne Co. GAGenWeb website.
- Hargrett Collection,
U. of GA Large (493K), 1839, AR, TN, w.NC, SC, GA, AL, MS, and LA.
to return here.
- Paul Hickey's
showing creation dates for all GA counties. Click "back"
to return here.
- From Pam Rietsch's 1895 Atlas site
- From Univ. of Texas Library Georgia maps.
Your suggestions for links are most welcome.
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