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Site pertaining to Appling County, located in the Southeast region of Georgia. The county seat is Baxley, Georgia.

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Please submit most sites (unless historical) to Athens
This category is for websites about information and organizations related specifically to the Clarke County. Athens is a unified city with Clarke County. A consolidated city–county is a city and county that have been merged into one unified jurisdiction. As such, it is simultaneously a city, which is a municipal corporation; and a county, which is an administrative division of a state. The boundaries of the City of Athens are also those of Clarke County. The government is referred to as "Athens-Clarke County." Since the boundaries are the same for the city and county most of the sites for this area are listed under the locality of Athens. For example you will find the government site listed under Athens. An exception to listing sites would be those historical sites that specifically refer to Clarke County. There is one city (Winterville) within those boundaries that has maintained an independent city government. The citizens of Winterville pay city taxes and also taxes to Athens-Clarke County. Part of the city of Bogart also lies within Clarke County.
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Located in southwest Georgia, is the heart of our deer hunting and quail hunting mecca.
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Sites that are located within Fayette County and providing county wide services. Including entities with locations in multiple localities.
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Feel free to submit any and all sites relevant to Gilmer County but, please, nothing crude, vulgar, or tasteless.
Gilmer County, located extreme North Georgia, is Georgia's Apple Capital, harvesting more than 600,000 bushels of apples between August and December of each year. During the second and third weekends of October, visitors from around the nation stop by and visit the Gilmer County Apple Festival, buying apples, antiques, jams, jellies, arts, crafts, and more, more, more! We welcome and appreciate all of our visitors, without a doubt. But, there is more to Gilmer County than apples. People live in Gilmer County year-round, and not everyone owes their personal living to the apple. Check out this site and see just what Gilmer County is all about--where it came from, where it is, and where it is heading.

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Henry County was created on May 15, 1821 by an act of the General Assembly. Dooly, Houston, Monroe, Fayette, and Henry County were created in that order by the Georgia Land Lottery Act of 1821, which was enacted at a special session of the General Assembly four months after the Creek Indians ceded lands between the Ocmulgee and Flint rivers on Jan. 8, 1821 in the first Treaty of Indian Springs. Henry County was organized by an act of the legislature approved Dec. 24, 1821 (Ga. Laws 1821, p. 44). Later, portions of Henry County were used to create the following counties: Newton (1821), DeKalb (1822), Butts (1825), Spalding (1851), Clayton (1858), and Rockdale (1870). Georgia's 52nd county was named for American Revolutionary patriot Patrick Henry, who is probably best remembered for impassioned "Give me liberty or give me death!" speech.
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Liberty County is located in the south-eastern Coastal region of Georgia, near Savannah.
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Sites located and for Muscogee County, Georgia.

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Carved from portions of Henry, Jasper, and Walton counties in 1821, Newton County was once part of the Creek Indian Nation. In December of 1821, Newton County was created by the Georgia General Assembly and was named for Sergeant John Newton, a revolutionary war hero. The county seat of Newtonsborough would later become the city of Covington in 1822. Covington, located minutes from I-20 and metro Atlanta cities, is most noted for its many ante-bellum estates and has become a regular tourist attraction thanks to the many Hollywood productions that have been filmed in numerous locations in Covington and other Newton County landmarks. The most notable landmark would be the Historic Newton County Courthouse, which has been used in filming many Hollywood productions. Newton County's first courthouse, built in 1822, was a modest timber structure built in the center of the town square and was used as a meeting hall. On December 31, 1883, Covington witnessed its "great fire" which actually started from the saloon next door and quickly spread to surrounding buildings. Construction on the new courthouse began in August of 1884 and was completed in September of 1885. Since then, the Newton County Courthouse has been seen in television and movie films such as "In the Heat of the Night", "Dukes of Hazzard", and "Flash."
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Following an election in 1995, the city of Augusta (the county seat) consolidated governments with Richmond County. The consolidated entity is known as Augusta-Richmond County, or simply Augusta. The cities of Hephzibah and Blythe in southern Richmond County voted to remain separate and not consolidate.
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Sites added should be based in or about Tift County or its residents, businesses, clubs, etc. You are not promised your site/page will be listed.
Tift County was created Aug. 17, 1905. Named for Nelson Tift (1810-1877) Representative from Georgia. County seat is Tifton, Georgia. Tift County currently has roughly 18,500 residents and is a major artery for surface transportation.
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Only for the most general sites having multiple physical locations throughout this county. Few listings will be accepted in this category. Please take a minute to identify the most appropriate sub-category or locality and submit your site there. Compare existing listings for the best results. Inappropriate submissions may delay or prevent listing in the directory.


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Warren County is located in the lower piedmont region about forty miles from Augusta off of I-20.
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