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Georgia Genealogy & History Books: General Interest:

The Reconstructed 1790 Census of Georgia: Substitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census icon

Genealogical Material from Legal Notices in Early Georgia Newspapers icon

Abstracts of Georgia Colonial Conveyance Book, C-1, 1750-1761 icon

Abstracts of Georgia Colonial Book J, 1755-1762 icon

Families of Southeastern Georgia icon

Georgia Bible Records icon

The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783 icon

Marriages & Obituaries from Early Georgia Newspapers icon

Colonial Georgia Genealogical Data: 1748-1783

Marriages, Deaths, Accidents, Duels and Runaways Compiled From the Weekly Georgia Telegraph...

Index to Georgia's 1867-1868 Returns of Qualified Voters and Registration Oath Books (White)

Running the River: Poleboats, Steamboats & Timber Rafts on the Altamaha, Ocmulgee, Oconee & Ohoopee icon

Georgia Cemetery Directory and Bibliography of Georgia Cemetery Reference Sources icon

30,638 Burials in Georgia

A List of the Early Settlers of Georgia icon

A North Georgia Journal of History icon

Obituaries Published by the Christian Index: 1822-1879

Index to The Headright And Bounty Grants of Georgia

Scottish Highlanders in Colonial Georgia: The Recruitment, Emigration and Settlement at Darien 1735-1748 icon

Georgia Obituaries, 1905-1910

Cities, Towns, and Communities of Georgia Between 1847-1962: 8500 Places and the County in Which Located icon

Marriages and Obituaries from the Macon Messenger, 1818-1865

Marriages and Deaths, 1763 to 1820. Abstracted From Extant Georgia Newspapers icon

Quaker Records in Georgia icon

The Georgia Black Book: Morbid, Macabre & Sometimes Disgusting Records of Genealogical Value

40,000 Early Georgia Marriages

Index to Georgia Wills icon

Georgia Landmarks, Memorials, and Legends

Personal Name Index to the Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Georgia) icon

Southern Social Register 1950-1951 icon

Passports of Southeastern Pioneers, 1770-1823: Indian, Spanish and Other Land Passports for Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi, Virginia, North and South Carolina

The Georgia Genealogical Magazine Bicentennial Reprint Edition 3 Volumes icon

Colonial Marriages of Georgia: 1760-1810

Scots in Georgia and the Deep South, 1735-1845

Georgia 1820 Census Index icon

Index to the 1830 Census of Georgia icon

The 1850 Census of Georgia Slave Owners

1850 Georgia Mortality Schedules or Census I

The Second Or 1807 Land Lottery of Georgia icon

The Atlas of Georgia icon

Some Early Georgia Tax Digests

Georgia Intestate Records

Savannah River Plantations icon

Gone to Georgia icon

Landmark Homes of Georgia, 1733-1983: Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Architecture, Interiors, and Gardens icon

Historical Sketches: Presbyterian Churches and Early Settlers in Northeast Georgia

Pages From the Past: St. Simons Island 1880-1886 icon

Some Georgia County Records icon

Georgia Genealogical Research icon

English Crown Grants for Parishes of St. David, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, St. Mary in Georgia, 1755-1775 icon

English Crown Grants in Christ Church Parish in Georgia: 1755-1775 icon

English Crown Grants in St. Andrew Parish in Georgia: 1755-1775 icon

English Crown Grants in St. John Parish in Georgia, 1755-1775 icon

English Crown Grants in St. George Parish in Georgia: 1755-1775 icon

English Crown Grants in St. Paul Parish in Georgia: 1755-1775 icon

Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume III icon

Georgia SALZBURGERs & Allied Families

SALZBURGERs & Their Descendants: Being the History of a Colony of German, Lutheran, Protestants Who Migrated to Georgia in 1734 and Settled in Ebenezer, Twenty-Five Miles Above the City of Savannah

Georgia Families: A Bibliographic Listing icon

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Georgia Folks & Families

Georgia Families: A Bibliographic Listing icon

Sold! Georgia Descendants of Nathaniel POPE of Virginia, John HUMPHRIES of South Carolina and Allen GAY of North Carolina

Sold! Our Family Tree: FICQUETT - WILBANKS - HUFF and Extended Families 1788-1995 (Georgia) icon

Roots, Rocks and Recollections. icon
PATTEN, PURCELL, ROQUEMORE

Sold! Our All-Southern Family (Macon, Georgia Genealogy: BARFIELD, BARNETT, BAYNE, GRESHAM, More)

Genealogy of the WEBSTER, MARTIN, DOZIER, STAPLES, and STARKE Families of Wilkes County, Georgia Their Ancestors Descendants, and Kin-BRASWELL, WYATT, and MARTIN icon

The MILLS, COPE and Related Families of Georgia

Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia: A Biographical Account of Some of the Early Settlers of That Portion of Wiregrass Georgia Embraced in the Original Counties of Camden, Glynn, Wayne, Appling and Irwin

Historic Georgia Families icon

A Family History: WRIGHT - LEWIS - MOORE and Connected Families; Early Settlers, Greene County, Georgia icon

Bishop of Heard County: The Story of J. C. ADAMS, Georgia Circuit Rider

Notes on the ALEXANDER Family of South Carolina and Georgia, 1651-1954 icon

Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: A Saga of Race and Family

North By South: The Two Lives of Richard James ARNOLD

Absalom ARRINGTON: Some Descendants, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, 1798-1984 - Down From the Hills icon

BANKS of Elbert County, Georgia

William Glover BASS: His Ancestors and Descendants (Macon, Georgia)

BENNETT and Allied Families of Wayne County, Georgia

Pioneering with the BEVILLE and Related Families in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida: Their Lives, Times and Descendants

The Josiah O. BLACK & Elizabeth Ann (Rainer) BLACK Family Tree: A Genealogical Record of Relatives and Descendants in Texas, Alabama, Georgia and Other U.S. Locations icon

A Family History: BOYDs and Connected Families: Early Settlers Central Savannah River Area of Georgia and South Carolina

Experiences of a Georgia Boy in the Army of Northern Virginia icon by Martin W. BRETT

The BRINSON Family of Treutlen County, Georgia: 1610-1982

The CAGLE Families of Cherokee and Pickens County Georgia

Colonel William CANDLER of Georgia: His Ancestry and Progeny. By His Great-Grandson Allen D. CANDLER icon

The CATCHING and HOLLIDAY Families and Various Related Families in Virginia, Georgia, Mississippi and Other Southern States icon

Shades of Gray: the CLAY & McALLISTER Families of Bryan County, Georgia During the Plantation Years (Ca. 1760-1888) icon

COLLIER Connections from Europe to Morgan County, Georgia

I Remember Wessie: Thoughts and Stories about Wessie CONNELL, Grady County's First Public Librarian

The CRAVEN Family of Southern Folk Potters: North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri icon

The CUTHBERTs, Barons of Castle Hill and Their Descendants in South Carolina and Georgia

De RENNE: Three Generations of a Georgia Family

William Houston DISMUKES and His Kin from 1835 thru 1989: William Houston DISMUKES and His Kin Photo Album from 1836-1992 icon

Our Kin: DOMINY, DUNCAN, ELLINGTON, FORDHAM, MILLER (Irwin, Wilkinson, Laurens County, Georgia)

Sold! Descendants of George ELLIOTT, Pioneer Settler of Atlanta, Including Historical Background & Related TERRY Family icon

Oliver Cornelius EVANS and Nellie Mae Brady EVANS: Their Ancestors and Descendents

FAIN Families of Southwest Georgia: Descendants of Thomas FAIN icon

A FINLEY Family History

FLETCHER Family and Descendants of Monroe County, Georgia

The GIBSONs with Memories of Yesteryears

The Alexander GILES Family of Washington County, Georgia

A History of the GLEN Family of South Carolina and Georgia icon

From Alibris: Reminiscences of the Civil War icon
by John Brown GORDON

Ebb Tide, as Seen Through the Diary of Josephine Clay HABERSHAM, 1863 icon

Confederate Letters of John W. HAGAN

The HAYGOODs of Mars Hill

Robert HEMPHILL and His Descendants 1775-1985

Family Record of the HENDERSON and WHIDDON Families and Their Descendants with a Muster Roll of Company G, 14th Georgia Regiment, Company F 57th Georgia Regiment, Company B 10th Georgia Battalion, Co. F 49th Georgia Reg., Co A 61st Georgia Reg. & Co F 10th Georgia State Troops

The HILLs of Wilkes County, Georgia and Allied Families

The HOLLINGSWORTH Family of Screven County, Georgia

The Family History of Charles Wesley JORDAN of Georgia icon

The KELLYs of Jasper County, Georgia: Descendants of the Revolutionary Soldier Jacob KELLY and Wife Susanna ALLEN icon

KESLER and Related Families of Mize-Prospect Communities, Franklin County, Georgia

Anna: Letters of a St Simons Island Plantation Mistress, 1817-1859 icon
by Anna Matilda Page KING

A Personal Narrative of Some Branches of the LAKE Family in America, With Particular Reference to the Antecedents and Descendants of Richard LAKE, Georgia Pioneer

Oracle of the Ages: Reflections on the Curious Life of Georgia's Mayhayley LANCASTER icon

The Ancestors, Family and Descendants of John Taylor LEE and Millie Frances Sewell LEE

Home-Concealed Woman: The Diaries of Magnolia Wynn Le GUIN, 1901-1913  
"In an existence that pinned her indoors, foiled by hardship and weariness, Magnolia Le GUIN (1869-1947) could still find a sure faith in God, taking joy in her children or in the cooling weather of October which each year restored her energy and her hope. Here is a record of the inner life of the Georgia farmwife, written in the margins of her husband's account books and on scraps of paper. With a deliberate repetition that mirrors the tedium of one decade, Le GUIN tells of difficult childbirths, gnawing fears of illness in the members of her ever-increasing family, the toil required to feed and clothe the brood, the stream of company that taxed her precarious health. Hers was the typical lot of the agrarian poor, but because she needed to ``scribble'' as others needed to breathe, Le GUIN has left behind an inspiring account of her ability to survive not only with fortitude but with dignity. The diaries are edited by her grandson, a professor of history at Portland State University and the husband of noted science fiction writer Ursula Le GUIN, who supplies a foreword. Copyright 1990 Cahners Business Information, Inc."

Sold! A Record of the LINDSEY and Allied Families of Southern Georgia

Sold! LOTT Families of Wiregrass, Georgia: A Genealogy of John and Elizabeth (Joyner) LOTT Descendants

Descendants of Edward Jefferson MADDOX Jr., North Georgia Pioneer

Alexander McDONALD of New Inverness, Georgia and His Descendants

The McLENDONs of Carroll County, Georgia, and Related Families icon

History of the McMULLAN and Allied Families

The MINIS Family of Georgia, 1733-1992

The MONTGOMERYs of Georgia

NAESMYTH Descendants of Georgia

OLLIFF Family History: Descendants of John Shears OLLIFF and Johannah OLLIFF of Bulloch County, Georgia

Descendants of John PARKER (1740-1793) and his wife Sarah GORDY (1743-1825) of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Georgia icon

Ten Decades of the Sam PATTONs: Macon, Georgia, 1900-1995...

John Samuel PERKERSON and His Descendants icon

PITTMAN Family Record icon

The House of PLANT of Macon, Georgia

Recollections of a Southern Daughter: a Memoir By Cornelia Jones Pond of Liberty County icon

Elijah RAGSDALE, Born Virginia November 1, 1778 to South Carolina, Died Georgia May 1, 1858, His Antecedents and Known Descendants; The RAGSDALE Family in England and America icon

Descendants of Wiley REEVES of York County, South Carolina, and Fayette and Spalding Counties, Georgia

Pebble Hill - The Story of a Plantation icon
ROGERS Family

The SCHUBDREIN - SCHIBENDREIN Family in Germany 1668-1751: The Ancestors of the SHUPTRINE Family from Georgia

The SHARPs of the Carolinas and Georgia icon

Sold! John SKELTON of Georgia and His Descendants icon

The SPALDING Family of Maryland, Kentucky and Georgia from 1658...

Life and Service of Reverend John SPRINGER: Including Some Early History of the Presbyterian Church in Northeast Georgia icon

Starkey SWINSON and Descendents of Laurens County, Georgia, 1820-1992

Documents and Memoirs: Genealogical Tables: the TATEs of Pickens County icon

Kinfolks Across the River: A History of the THOMPSON Families Who Settled along the Ogeechee, Canoochee, Ohoopee and Altamaha Rivers

The THRIFTs of Okefinokee icon

Memoirs and History of the Peyton TUCKER Family: Ancestors and Descendants of England, Wales, Vermont, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and... icon

VARNER Families of the South Vol. I: VARNER Families of Oglethorpe County, Georgia & Their Descendants icon

Wiley VICKERS, Pioneer of Coffee County, Georgia: A Genealogy of Wiley and Beady Purvis VICKERS Descendants

Sold! Descendants of John WARE of Georgia 1792-1852 and Mary "Polly" Jackson Ware 1797-1856? icon

Cousins: WATSONs and Relations icon

WIMBERLY Family History: Ancestors, Relatives & Descendants of William WIMBERLY, Pioneer from Georgia to Louisiana, 1837

The Family of John Richard WINFREY of Madison County, Georgia with Allied Lines from Jacob WINFREE of New Kent County, Virginia icon

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Georgia Patriots

The Negroes of Clarke County, Georgia, During the Great War

Georgia's Participation in the World War and the History of the Department of Georgia: The American Legion

Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Georgia in the Civil War icon

Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Burke County, Georgia, 1861-1865 icon

Remembering Georgia's Confederates: Images of America

The Civil War in Dade County, Georgia

Floyd County Georgia Records Volume VIII: Floyd County, Georgia Confederates

The Boy in Gray: a Story of the War icon(1894) George Gillman SMITH Memoir, Phillips' Legion, GA, CSA

A Soldier's Story of His Regiment (61st Georgia) and Incidentally of the Lawton-Gordon-Evans Brigade Army of Northern Virginia icon

Family Record of the HENDERSON and WHIDDON Families and Their Descendants with a Muster Roll of Company G, 14th Georgia Regiment, Company F 57th Georgia Regiment, Company B 10th Georgia Battalion, Co. F 49th Georgia Reg., Co A 61st Georgia Reg. & Co F 10th Georgia State Troops

Memoirs of the American Revolution So Far as It Related to the States of North and South Carolina and Georgia icon

Confederate City: Augusta, Georgia 1860-1865

Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia icon

Confederate Soldiers in Colquitt County, Georgia icon

Headstones of Heroes: The Restoration and History of Confederate Graves in Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery icon

Georgia's Confederate Monuments and Cemeteries: Images of America

South Georgia Rebels: The True Wartime Experiences of the 26th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Lawton-Gordon-Evans Brigade, Confederate States Army, 1861-1865 icon

Georgia Boys with "Stonewall" Jackson: James Thomas Thompson and the Walton Infantry icon

From Alibris: Reminiscences of the Civil War icon
by John Brown GORDON

Crimson and Sabres: A Confederate Record of Forsyth County, Georgia icon

Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 icon

Baker Co., Georgia, Company H, Sixth Regiment Volunteers, CSA

Georgia Revolutionary War Soldiers' Graves

Georgia's Roster of the Revolution icon

Georgia Citizens & Soldiers of the American Revolution

THE 1864 CENSUS FOR RE-ORGANIZING THE GEORGIA MILITIA

Confederate Letters of John W. HAGAN

Benning's Brigade, Vol. 1: A History and Roster of the Fifteenth Georgia

Sold! Georgia Confederate Soldier Obituaries: Henry, Newton, and Rockdale Counties, 1879-1943 icon

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Uniquely Georgia

A History of the Ocmulgee and Flint Railroad: Also Known as the Brisbane Railroad

The Blue Willow Inn Cookbook: Discover Why the Best Small-Town Restaurant in the South is in Social Circle, Georgia icon

Garden History of Georgia, 1733-1933. [Georgia's Early Gardens; A Genealogy of Georgia Gardens; Modern Gardens; Garden Club Projects, Institutional Gardens, School Gardens and Campuses]

The Old in New Atlanta: A Directory of Houses, Buildings and Churches Built Prior to 1915 Still Standing in the Mid-1970s in Atlanta and Environs icon

General Oglethorpe's Georgia: Colonial Letters 1733-1743

Flatlanders Cook Book: A Collection of Recipes From Lanier County, Georgia

Original 1849 Receipt: Handwritten Receipt for Cooking Stove & Utensils Bought by SWIFT, DENSLOW & WEBER, Savannah, Georgia, July 5, 1849
From the seller: "Savannah, GA, 1849. Not bound. Book Condition: Very Good. 5" x 8". Legibly written in sepia ink on a half sheet of pale blue paper. The buyers purchased: 1 Republic Cooking Stove & fixtures, $34.00; 20 lb pipe & elbow, $3.38; box, $.50; total $37.88. The fixtures were: 1 Tin Spit Roaster; 1 Boiler; 1 Grid Iron; 1 Heater; 1 Griddle; 1 Dripping Pan; 1 Steamer; 1 Coffee Kettle; 1 Tea Kettle; 1 Plate Heater; 1 Frying Pan; 2 Iron Pots; 4 Tin Pans; 1 Dipper; 1 Cover for Pots; fire rake and fire proof Linings for Coal."

Seven Springs Sampler: Herb Recipes from Historic Homes of Powder Springs, Georgia icon

Original 1853 Cherokee County Land Grant
From the seller: "Milledgeville, Georgia: N. P. Broadsheets. (8 x 12 1/2 inches) and (8 3/4 inches). Being two copies of a land grant issued by the state of Georgia to James BRAD for 40 acres in Cherokee County on the 10th day of January 1853. One is certified as a "true copy from the record book, Cherokee, page 277" by the Surveyor- General P. M. COMPTON. The other is certified as a "true copy from Register of Grants in this Office" by the Secretary of State of Georgia BARNE and still retains the red seal of his office. The two papers are attached by ribbon at the left center. The second paper is missing the top quarter section and the bottom three quarters is detached but present."

Original 1854  Deed of Sale, From Jno. R. FOSTER of Cherokee County to R. W. JONES, of Whitfield County
From the seller: "Single sheet, measuring 7 x 12 1/4 in., partially printed, filled in by hand. Pale blue paper, with decorative printed border, with illustrations of a book at one corner, a horse at another. The agreement transfers two lots from Foster to Jones, for $200. A bit of spotting, but a nice pre- Civil War deed."

The Lost Legacy of Georgia's Golden Isles icon

Dalton Cooking: Past, Present, Future icon

Favorite Recipes from Harris County

Recipes and Reminiscence icon

Columbus, Georgia in Vintage Postcards

Sold! Original Manuscript Inventory of Sales of Real and Perishable Property Belonging to the Estate of James WHITE, Dec'D. Jan. 1, 1838 icon

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