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BRANTLEY COUNTY HISTORICAL AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY,

P.O. BOX 1096, Nahunta, Georgia 31553

This page was updated April 17, 2014

HISTORY OF BRANTLEY COUNTY

Nestled in seclusion of Buffalo Creek & Satilla River Basin Area; Atkinson, Browntown, Hickox, Hoboken, Hortense, Lulaton, Nahunta, Needmore, Raybon, Schlatterville, Waynesville



HISTORICAL STORIES - TALES  !!

 

(1) CREATION OF BRANTLEY COUNTY (GEORGIA LEGISLATIVE ACT)

 

(2) NAMESAKE OF BRANTLEY COUNTY, GEORGIA

 

(3) NAMING OF NAHUNTA

 

(4) FIRST JUDGE OF BRANTLEY COUNTY

 

(5) SATILLA RIVER: HISTORICAL AND ARCHEOLOGICAL (Misc. Notes)

 

(5) BRANTLEY COUNTY IS "NO MANS LAND"

 

(7) WAR AVERTED IN SOUTH GEORGIA

 

(8) PIONEER LEADERSHIP IN BRANTLEY COUNTY

 

(9) DISSENSION" ON COUNTY SITE LOCATION

 

(10) "NAHUNTA STOLE THE COUNTY SITE"

 

(11) "HISTORY OF NAHUNTA"

 

(12) NAHUNTA: Three Automobile Dealerships

 

(13) SATILLA RIVER SITE OF FORT MCINTOSH

 

(14) HICKOX TOWNSHIP

 

(15) "A MODERN DAY MIRACLE - FBC HICKOX"

 

(16) RAFTING TIMBER DOWN THE SATILLA RIVER - A LOVE AFFAIR IN HICKOX

 

(17) PIONEER SCHOOLS IN BRANTLEY COUNTY

 

(18) EDUCATION: A Priority in Early Brantley County

 

(19) CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS, COMPANY "D", 26TH GEORGIA REGIMENT:

 

Articles Written by Thomas Earl Cleland, for inclusion in Armadillo Tracks, the newsletter of the Brantley County Historical and Preservation Society, Inc. Some were included in The Story of Brantley County.