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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 ...

www.visitmilledgeville.org/culture/history

Find out about Milledgeville's important role in Georgia's history as the state's capital. Named after John Milledge, Governor of Georgia from 1802-1806.

www.visitmilledgeville.org/culture/history/civil-war

In 1803, an act of the Georgia legislature called for the location and survey of a town to be called Milledgeville, in honor of the current governor, John Milledge.

www.ourgeorgiahistory.com/ogh/milledgeville

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  ...

www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/counties-cities-neighborhoods/milledgeville

Jun 8, 2017 ... Milledgeville is the seat of Baldwin County in central Georgia. It served as the fourth capital of Georgia (1804-68) and was the seat of the state government throughout the Civil War (1861-65). ... History & Archaeology.

www.exploresouthernhistory.com/milledgeville.html

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 ...

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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 ...

www.milledgevillega.us/home/milledgeville-history.html

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

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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; ...