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  • Dawson County | Georgia.gov

    Dawson County, created in 1857, drew lands from Gilmer, Lumpkin and Forsyth counties. Originally it was part of the Cherokee Nation which was "given" to Georgia through a dubious treaty. Dawson County and its county seat of Dawsonville bear the name ...

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  • Heard County | Georgia.gov

    Heard County, its territories taken from Carroll, Coweta and Troup counties in 1830, remembers Stephen Heard, a relentless patriot dur­ing the Revolutionary War and at one time an acting governor of Georgia. When Tories captured the new state capital...

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  • Jasper County | Georgia.gov

    Jasper County, established in 1807, developed out of Baldwin County. Although originally residents meant to honor John Randolph of Virginia with the county's naming, members of the Georgia General Assembly disagreed with Randolph's stand on...

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  • Macon County | Georgia.gov

    Macon County, its territory drawn from Houston and Marion counties in 1837, is named for Nathaniel Macon, a North Carolina states­man and U.S. senator. Oglethorpe, the county seat, is named for Georgia's founder, James Oglethorpe. Sam Henry Rump...

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  • Talbot County | Georgia.gov

    Talbot County, created in 1827, grew out of Muscogee County. The county and its county seat, Talbotton, recognize Governor Matthew Talbot, a member of the convention that framed the Constitution of Georgia. The Georgia Supreme Court called its first ...

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