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Coweta County (Georgia) Chronicles For One Hundred Years CD

Coweta County (Georgia) Chronicles For One Hundred Years CD

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Jones, Mary G. Coweta County chronicles for one hundred years : with an account of the Indians from whom the land was acquired, and some historical papers relating to its acquisition by Georgia, with lineage pages Atlanta, Ga.: Stein Print. Co., 1928, 887 pgs I. Coweta and the Coweta Indians... II. McGillivray's appeals... III. Miscellaneous paragraphs... IV. Of the pioneers V. Presidential campaigns... VI. The prosperous years VII. The prosperous period VIII. Early history of Senoia told by Mrs. Alice Baggerly Fall... IX. Record of service of Coweta County men in the Confederate Army... X. The battle of Brown's mill... XI. From the Southern Literary Messenger... XII. A tragedy causes the Curetons to return to Coweta... XIII. From the "Herald"... XIV.Death of Major Wooten... XV. Entertainments... XVI. County Medical Association... XVII. A leap-year party... XVIII. The death of William U. Anderson... XIX. Baptists of Holly Springs buy Mount Zion... XX. Mild winter and grip... XXI. Fires at Senoia... XXII. Cotton brings only five cents... XXIII. Captain H. M. Law, Conductor... XXIV. Death of George Broom... XXV. Death of Eugene Row... XXVI. Atlanta Presbytery in Newman... XXVII. Picking and planting cotton simultaneously... XXVIII. Walker Glenn Camp... XXIX. Deaths of Mrs. Leigh, Dr. Peddy, Dr. McGee, and Honorable C. L. Moses... XXX. The Newnan Herald and Advertiser, and Newnan News... XXXI. J. W. T. Gibson... XXXII. Guests of honor... XXXIII. Coweta banks... XXXIV. Rachel Mason and Chaney Allen... XXXV. Paul M. Counts' letter XXXVI. Idle lands because of labor migrations... XXXVII. Ye Olde Tyme Minstrels... XXXVIII. In memory of Charles L. Thompson... XXXIX. The Southern Telegraph and Railway XL. Clarence Wilson, hero Conclusion Books written by Cowetans and about Coweta County first settlers of Coweta County by districts Revolutionary soldiers who died in the county County officials since 1897 Index

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