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This page about historic Georgia is a supplement to Georgia Social Studies where you will find additional material including history, colleges and universities, capital city profile, lesson plans, state government and more.  To Atlanta Tourism


Go to Georgia Social Studies - Georgia History - Capital City Atlanta, Georgia - Georgia Tourism - Georgia Disasters - Georgia Geography - Georgia Lesson Plans - Georgia Colleges and Universities

A to Z Kids Stuff | Georgia __ General information about Georgia for kids along with history resources. - From atozkidsstuff.com - http://www.atozkidsstuff.com/georgia.html

Colonial Georgia___ "... twelve English colonies were now flourishing on the soil of North America. Then came a lapse of fifty years at the end of which Georgia, the last of the famous thirteen, came into existence." You can learn about it here. - Text only - From Henry William Elson - http://www.usahistory.info/southern/Georgia.html 

Dahlonega Gold ___Learn about the United States first domestic source of gold. "The purpose of this web site is to help educate numismatists, collectors and investors about Dahlonega gold coins." - Illustrated - From Hancock & Harwell Rare Coins - http://www.dahlonegagold.com/

Famous Georgia People Georgians __ You will find a list of famous people who are a part of the history of Georgia. - From 50states.com - http://www.50states.com/bio/georgia.htm

Find a Grave - Georgia ___Brief biographies of 554 'famous' citizens, many with information about their claims to fame, causes of death and burial places, and photos. - Illustrated - From Find a Grave - http://www.findagrave.com/php/famous.php?page=state&FSstateid=12 

Georgia ___A good overview of the history of the state of Georgia, plus statistics, demographic information, and links to "... selected famous natives and residents." - Illustrated - From Pearson Education, publishing as Infoplease - http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0108201.html 


 
Georgia Ghost Towns ___These brief reports about this state's ghost towns are submitted by viewers. - Map - From Ghosttowns.com - http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/ga/ga.html

Georgia Historical Documents ___Full text of centuries worth of legal decisions, land grants and other official documents related to Georgia's history. - Text only - From the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia - http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/gahisdoc.htm

Georgia History ___The information here is presented in text which should be easily understood by younger students. There are two pages; access the second page via the link at the bottom of page one. - Text only - From the Georgia History Network - http://patsabin.com/georgia/history.htm 

Georgia: History ___Topics include early exploration, Oglethorpe's Colony and Reconstruction. - Text only - From The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. - http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/us/A0858375.html 

Georgia, Timeline of State History __ "Timeline chronicles the important events and dates Georgia's colorful history. Includes a guide to this state's official symbols, emblems, and mascots." - From shgresources.com - http://www.shgresources.com/ga/timeline/  

Georgia's Signers of the Declaration of Independence ___Brief biographies of these three men. - Text only - From the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia - http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/gasigner.htm
 
Helen, Georgia: Pioneer and Gold Rush History ___"This tour page contains illustrations and excerpts from Unicoi Road, a 188-page book which begins at a long-abandoned and all-but-forgotten pioneer cemetery, and from there sets off on a three-centuries-long odyssey through the Helen valley and across much of North Georgia. The region was the wild domain of panthers, Indians, traders, and soldiers for a hundred years until the Unicoi Road was begun in 1813. The next century belonged to the pioneers and gold miners whose story is told for the first time in Unicoi Road. The tale does not end there, though, for Unicoi Road follows the threads of the past to find them still woven into the evolving tapestry of modern life in the beautiful northeast Georgia mountains. Two Reading Tours provide book excerpts and several Photo Tours lead to gold mines and the days of pioneers." - Illustrated - From Littlestar Press - http://www.mindspring.com/~littlestar/unicoi.htm

Historical Museums of Georgia - A History Guide __ "Georgia History Museums. Learn about historic Georgia and discover the history of Georgia people. Locate history museums in Georgia, GA state symbols, old historical photos of Georgia places, local histories, Georgia genealogy data, old Georgia newspapers, history timelines and other Georgia history information." - illustrated - From censusfinder.com - http://www.censusfinder.com/georgia-historical-museums.htm

History of Georgia __ "Before European contact, Native American cultures are divided into four time periods: Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland and Mississippian. The Mississippian culture, lasting from 800 to 1500 AD, developed urban societies, distinguished by their construction of truncated pyramid mounds, or platform mounds. The largest Mound Builder villages in present-day Georgia were Etowah and Ocmulgee. The causes of the fall of the Mississippian culture are unknown." An encyclopedic article. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Georgia_%28U.S._state%29 

History of Georgia Counties ___Following a very good description of counties in general, this article provides a step-by-step explanation of why the state of Georgia has the second highest number of counties in the U.s. (Texas is highest). - Text only - From the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia - http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/countyhistory.htm

Lumpkin County, Georgia, History, Resources, Links, and Events ___As the title says. - Illustrated - From Golden Ink - http://ngeorgia.com/county/lumpkin.html 

North Georgia People ___34 biographies of people "from North Georgia, [who] lived in North Georgia or had a profound effect on the people in the North Georgia area". - Text only - From Welcome to North Georgia - http://ngeorgia.com/people
 
Spanish Missions in Georgia: 1526-1686 ___If you wish to view a high-resolution of this map, click on the link to the PDF map. (You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader.) - Illustrated - From the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia - http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/missions.htm

State of Georgia History ___Not an attractive page, but the facts are here. - Text only - From SouthEastern Genealogy - http://www.segenealogy.com/georgia/ga_state/history.htm 

The US50 - A Guide to the State of Georgia ___A general state history overview and brief biographies of historic figures. - Text only - From Erik Schubach and TheUS50.com - http://www.theus50.com/georgia/history.php

Welcome to North Georgia ___"Such a good place from which to get information, especially if it's historical in nature, and concerns Northern Georgia. What's Brasstown Bald? What popular songs were about Georgia and hit number one on the charts? Who were the original inhabitants of Georgia? This website is chockful of answers! The pull-down menu will take you to some wonderful pages." - Illustrated - From Welcome to North Georgia - http://www.ngeorgia.com/ 

 
 

 

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