Milton County was a county of the U.S. state of Georgia from 1857 to 1931. It was created on 18 December 1857 from parts of northeastern Cobb, southeastern Cherokee, and southwestern Forsyth counties. Alpharetta was the county seat until the end of 1931, when Milton was merged with Fulton County to save it from bankruptcy during the Great Depression. (Wikipedia)

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Georgia Info: Milton County
Shown are place names located in dissolved Milton County.
Georgia Info: Milton County Historical Maps
Shown are links to graphic images of historical maps of this county.
New Georgia Encyclopedia: Milton County
Description of the county including history and suggested reading list.
Old Milton County Marker
Historical Marker located at the Alpharetta City Hall (built on the site of the old Milton County Courthouse) on the East side of South Main Street (route 9) in Alpharetta, Ga. Shown are photos and marker text.
Roots Web: Milton Bulletin Board
Milton family history & genealogy message board. Community contributed messages for research the Milton County topic.
RootsWeb: Milton
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Milton County, Georgia, which was formed in 1857 and became part of Fulton County in 1932. Shown are archives and subscription links.
Wikipedia: Milton County, Georgia
Description of the county and its history.
NBC News: Atlanta secession Bid Raises Race Issues
A new secession effort is under way that would break off Atlanta's predominantly white, wealthy suburbs to the north from poorer, black neighborhoods in the south. (January 07, 2010)
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