Milledgeville, named after Georgia governor John Milledge (in office ... century as
the new centrally located capital of the state of Georgia.
Milledgeville is the seat of Baldwin County in central Georgia. It served as the
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Like Washington, D. C., Milledgeville is a city built to be capital and named in
honor of Georgia governor John Milledge, whose family dates back to the original
The historic Old Capitol Building in Milledgeville was Georgia's state capitol from
1807 to 1868. The oldest public building in the Gothic revival style in the United ...
Feb 18, 2015 ... Five years later, the facility opened as the Georgia Lunatic Asylum on . . . ... The
Milledgeville property is now mostly empty and falling into decay. .... Segrest
argues the importance of preserving the hospital's history. Central ...
Baldwin County & Milledgeville, Ga. AmericanHistory & GenealogyProject. Eileen
Babb McAdams - Baldwin County AHGP Co-ordinator; Kim Gordon Georgia ...
Milledgeville is Georgia's Antebellum Capital, serving as the Antebellum Capital
from 1803 to 1868. Carefully planned from its inception, the city was envisioned ...
By Ulrich Bonnp:i.l Phillips, Ph. D., Instructor in History in the University of
Wisconsin. Milledgeville was a fairl}' typical iinprogressive village in Middle
Milledgeville, the county seat, served as the state capital for 61 years. It is named
for John Milledge, a Revolutionary leader, member of Congress, Georgia ...
Milledgeville's Civil War history falls into two categories: the political activities
which occurred here when it was Georgia's Civil War capital, and the occupation