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Milledgeville, Georgia - Wikipedia

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Milledgeville, named after Georgia governor John Milledge (in office 1802–1806) , was founded by European Americans at the start of the ...

Milledgeville | New Georgia Encyclopedia

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Oct 11, 2016 ... Milledgeville is the seat of Baldwin County in central Georgia. It served as the fourth capital of ... History & Archaeology · Counties, Cities & ...

Milledgeville History - Georgia Capital - Antebellum - Milledgeville ...

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Milledgeville History. Our proud history began in 1803, when the state of Georgia searched for a site for its new capital. Because this area offered a central ...

Milledgeville - Our Georgia History

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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  ...

Milledgeville, Georgia - Explore Southern History

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Jul 14, 2012 ... Milledgeville, Georgia, is a charming and historic city that for sixty years was the state capital. It is the home of Georgia's historic Old Capitol ...

Old Capitol Building - Milledgeville, Georgia

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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 ...

Milledgeville City Hall - Milledgeville History

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Milledgeville is Georgia's Antebellum Capital, serving as the Antebellum Capital from 1803 to 1868. Carefully planned from its inception, the city was envisioned ...

Baldwin County Georgia American History & Genealogy Project

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Baldwin County & Milledgeville, Ga. AmericanHistory & GenealogyProject. Eileen Babb McAdams - Baldwin County AHGP Co-ordinator;Paula Franklin Georgia ...

Civil War Traveler: Georgia: Sherman's March to the Sea

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Milledgeville was the capital of Georgia 1803–1868 and played host to some of the most colorful characters in Southern political history. A state convention ...

Full text of "Historical notes of Milledgeville, Ga." - Internet Archive

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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 Georgia; ...