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Samuel Griswold was an American industrial pioneer in the 1820s based in central Georgia. He was the founder of Griswoldville village, an industrial site.

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Samuel Griswold Goodrich (August 19, 1793 – May 9, 1860) was an American author, better known under the pseudonym Peter Parley.

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Year Erected: 1954. Samuel Griswold Marker Text: The first iron foundry in Georgia was established here by Samuel Griswold who came from Connecticut,  ...

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Samuel became a leading citizen of Jones County, founded a town (named Griswoldville, of course!), and was a major arms supplier to the Confederate States ...

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Founder of the defunct town of Griswoldville near Macon Georgia. Griswoldville is famous as the site of the only major battle fought during Sherman's march to ...

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Author and US Politician Beter known by his pen name Peter Parley, Samuel Griswold Goodrich was the author of children's histories and schoolbooks and ...

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Samuel Griswold Goodrich, (born Aug. 19, 1793, Ridgefield, Conn., U.S.—died May 9, 1860, New York City), American publisher and author of children's books  ...

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Connecticut Yankee Samuel Griswold set up a cotton gin factory in Georgia in 1830. The village of Griswoldville grew around the factory. In 1862, Griswold ...

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In 1818, Samuel Griswold, born on December 27, 1790, and his family moved to Gray, GA. In 1830, Samuel Griswold created a cotton gin factory, which quickly ...