GA. RESOURCES

Georgia Resources
and History

Georgia in Wars

Libraries, Archives and Museums

Maps and
Gazeteers

Native American
Links

African-American
Links

Georgia Research and History

bullet WORLD WAR II SEARCHABLE DATABASE
bullet GAGenWeb
bullet GAGenWeb Archives -- Please send your record transcriptions to Liz Robertson.
bulletGenealogy Books - Check out the Georgia books for sale!
bullet USGenWeb Georgia Tombstone Project
bulletGeorgia Genealogical Society
bulletVital Records Information Georgia
bulletCensus Online - Georgia
bulletThe Georgia History and Genealogy Room, Cherokee Regional Library
bulletThe Atlanta History Center, Library/Archives
bulletDeSoto's Route through Georgia
bulletColonial Georgia Wildlife -- An account written in 1744 by Francis Moore of the settling of the town of Frederica on St. Simons Island in the young colony of Georgia.
bullet1774 Colonial Georgia law to prohibit murder of free Indians
bulletbullet Georgia Department of Archives & History
bulletSecession demonstration in Savannah, Nov. 8, 1860 (Lithograph)
bulletFlags That Have Flown Over Georgia

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Georgia in Wars

bullet History of the 3rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry
bullet Federal Pension List for 1835
bulletLinks to other War of 1812 Places
bulletThe Roll Book of the Georgia Guard-1831
bulletGeorgia Civil War General Query Forum
bulletCivil War Battles by Campaign
bulletbulletFor Civil War Pensions records applied for in Georgia, contact the Georgia Department of Archives and History
bulletbulletConfederate Regimental Histories Links
bulletSherman's 1864 Campaign War Map

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Libraries, Archives and Museums

  GEORGIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES
 University of Georgia Libraries
bulletbulletHargrett Library -- Rare books and manuscripts including the Confederate Constitution, historical maps, and the Georgia Room.
bulletGeorgia Newspaper Project
bulletThe Atlanta History Center, Library/Archives
bullet Georgia Historical Society Library and Archives
bulletLibrary of Virginia, Digital Collection
bulletVirginia Colonial Records Database Project
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bulletUniversity of Georgia Rare Map Collection
bullet Georgia Capitol Museum

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Maps & Gazetteers
 

MONROE COUNTY HISTORICAL MAPS
 

bulletTiger Maps
bulletUS Territorial Map 1775
bulletUS Territorial Map 1790
bulletNew Map Of North America Showing All The New Discoveries 1797 -- from The American Gazetteer published by Jedidiah Morse.
bulletUS Territorial Map 1800
bulletOther US Territorial Maps from the University of Virginia
bullet1895 Map of Georgia
bulletMapquest -- offers many features including an Interactive Atlas.
bulletUniversity of Georgia Rare Map Collection
 

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bulletNative American Links

bulletGeorgia Indians
bulletNational Park Service: The Woodland Period -- (ca. 2000 B.C.-A.D. 1000)
bulletOcmulgee National Monument
bullet1774 Colonial Georgia law to prohibit murder of free Indians
bulletAmong The Creeks -- Pairs genealogies with individuals in history. Many documents.Query area and surname registry offered as well.
bulletAnne Gometz's "A Creek Bibliography"

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African-American Links

bulletWe are asked to share any mention of slave names that might be included in family documents. These should be gathered and sent to the following e-mail address where they will be added to what are for obviously valuable compilations: SlaveData@aol.com
bulletThe Afrigeneas Homepage -- Wonderful resources and links!
bullet Georgia African-American Resources and Query Page
bulletEstelusti - The Lives of The Freedmen of Indian Territory
bulletbulletThe African - Native Genealogy Homepage -- Celebrating the Estelusti ~ The Freedmen Oklahoma's Black Indians of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Nations.

                  

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This page last updated September 3, 2010

Copyright 1999-2010
Liz Robertson
Monroe Co., GAGenWeb Coordinator