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Ware County & Georgia History

 

The Naming of Waycross

Where The Ways Cross
By Robert Latimer Hurst

 

Ware County History in Pictures

Old Postcards of Ware County
Contributed by Barbara Walker Winge

More Ware History, More Old Photos

Waycross Georgia
Richard A. Sasser & John E. (Chip) Sasser...
Some nice historical photos found here.

Ware County Courthouse
Wonderful photos & picture postcards.

120 Feet Tall Pine Ware County, Georgia Forestry
R.T. KIRKLAND, Marcia SWEAT, Fred HUSBANDS, & James A. HENSON

 

Ware County History Miscellany

Ware County Historical Records
wide variety of subjects

Early Businesses of Ware County

Kith and Kin of Ware County
many stories & historical data

Off Site Links to Ware County History

OkefenokeeSwamp
Waycross, Georgia

The Political Graveyard Ware County, Georgia

 

Off Site Links to Georgia History

The First English Settlers of Georgia

Georgia Before Oglethorpe
Nice off site link.

Georgia History
From Georgia Secretary of State ~ Nice Site!

Georgia History
by the University of Georgia ~ Much good data.

Georgia Migrations Project

 

Civilian Conservation Corps

CCC Camp 1413, Homerville, GA

Civilian Conservation Corps Museum
James F. Justin ~ offsite

Certificates of Discharge from CCC Camp 1401 for WILLIAM HARNAGE

 

American Heritage Organizations

Georgia Chapter Locator
NS Daughters of the American Revolution

Lyman Hall NSDAR
Waycross, Georgia

Some History on Dr. Lyman Hall

DR. LYMAN HALL BROUGHT A PURITAN VIEW TO GEORGIA'S COASTAL POLITICS
By Robert Latimer Hurst

 

Southern Heritage Organizations

SCV Camp #64, Clement A. Evans, Waycross, GA
Commander: BEN JUDGE SMITH JR
Address: PO BOX 1586
WAYCROSS, GA 31502

Adjutant: BOYKIN CLARKE
Address: PO BOX 1787
WAYCROSS, GA 31502

Georgia Camp Locator
Sons of Confederate Veterans

 

County Government 

George W. Waldron, 1856 Document 
Certifying him as Tax Receiver for Ware Co

 

Interesting Historical Notations
1st Babies of Waycross

 

The RAILROAD 

And the Tracks Were Laid
By Robert Latimer Hurst

White Feather Flyin'
By Robert Latimer Hurst

The Great Locomotive Race of 1901
By John B. Gordon

 

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