Lookups Volunteers who will look up information in books
Georgia Books We Own
This is a list of books compiled by RootsWeb owned by volunteers who will perform lookups for you.
LinkPendium This is a great compilation of Georgia web sites.
GEORGIA GENEALOGICAL INFORMATION
Georgia American History & Genealogy Project (AHGP)
Lincoln County, GA AHGP
Georgia Genealogical Society
Augusta Genealogical Society
East Georgia Genealogical Society (EGGS)
Scottish Heritage Society of Georgia
Georgia Records On Line
USGenWeb Georgia Tombstone Project
Georgia Vital Records Information
Vital Records Information Georgia, Not an offical site, but good information.
The Georgia Department of Human Resources
Vital Records Service, 47 Trinity Avenue, S.W., Room 217-H, Atlanta, Georgia 30334-1201,
Has birth and death records from January 1, 1919 and marriage and divorce records from June 1952.
Georgia Bounty Land Grants
Georgia Unknown County Query Page http://health.state.ga.us/programs/vitalrecords/death.asp
There is a terrific discussion list for Georgia. You may subscribe by sending an email message to GEORGIA-L@rootsweb.com with "subscribe" in the message area and nothing else.
Georgia Records On Line
A brand-new free lookup service
An ever-growing list of lookup voluteers for Georgia counties
ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES & MUSEUMS
Lincoln County Public Library
Peachtree Street, Lincolnton, GA 30817
phone 706) 359-4014 / fax: (706) 359-1105
The Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah has Family History Centers across the United States and Canada. Their collections include microfilmed original vital records of Georgia. For details on their holdings you should consult your nearest Family History Center. Find the LDSFamily History Center nearest you.
University of GA Libraries
For University of Georgia library hours, call 706-547-7501
Hargett Library (part of University of Georgia Library)
Rare books and manuscripts including the Confederate Constitution,
historical maps, and the Georgia Room (706-542-7123)
Public Library Service
Library information for Georgia. A division of the University of Georgia Library.
State Archives of Georgia
5800 Jonesboro Road
Morrow, GA 30260
David W. Carmicheal, Director
MAPS of INTEREST
Lincoln County Map
You can zoom in and out to find your way around and get more detail. (NOTE: During business hours or other busy times, this can be very slow to load, but very good late at night.)
Historical Maps of Georgia
US Territorial Map 1775
US Territorial Map 1790
Virginia Map 1792
New Map Of North America Shewing All The New Discoveries 1797
from The American Gazetteer published by Jedidiah Morse
US Territorial Map 1800
Other US Territorial Maps from the University of Virginia
Use your browser BACK button to return here
US Settlement Map
Civil War Maps (U.S.)
1895 Map of Georgia
University of Georgia Rare Map Collection
The Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library of the University of Georgia
A comprehensive list of links to Georgia history sites
Our Georgia History
American History and Genealogy Project - Georgia State Page
Georgia Historical Society Library and Archives
De Soto's Route through Georgia
Georgia Department of Archives & History
Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites
The Savannah River
NATIVE AMERICAN LINKS
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Lenni Lenape Historical Society & Museum
Cherokee History part 1
Native Americans in North Georgia
Cherokee Removal Forts
Native American Genealogy
Georgia Indian GenWeb Resources
African-American Resources and Query Page
Georgia Records On Line-African American
Georgia GenWeb African American Records
The African - Native Genealogy Homepage
Celebrating the Estelusti ~ The Freedmen Oklahoma's Black Indians
of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Nations
GEORGIA IN WARS
Chart for Wars
in each Generation
The National Archives collection Compiled Service Records for Volunteer Soldiers who Served in the War of 1812 is found in Records Group 94.
These records had not been microfilmed as late as 1986, except for the territory of Mississippi, found on M678, 22 rolls. Current status unknown. An alphabetical Index, entitled INDEX TO COMPILED SERVICE RECORDS FOR VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS WHO SERVED IN THE WAR OF 1812 was created to access these records. This Index was microfilmed and copies distributed to the regional branches of the National Archives in 1985. See M602, 234 rolls. An INDEX TO WAR OF 1812 SERVICE RECORDS FOR VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS FROM GEORGIA was abstracted and published by Judy Swain Kratovil. Copies may be obtained from the abstracter by writing her at P. O. Box 450062, Atlanta, GA 30345. Inclusion of the information from the Index on the order will expedite the procurement of the individual's record from the National Archives.
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