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Panoramic Panoramic Bird's eye view map of Macon Georgia 1887 16.5 X 25.5 inches GA7 REPRODUCTION

This is a modern reprint. Modern Reprint Panoramic Bird's Eye city view map as shown above. Printed on 32 pound HP coated paper with archival inks. Great for genealogy research, family reunions or display.
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Macon, Georgia - Panoramic Map

This high-quality art print reproduction boasts sharp detail and vivid imagery. Printed on heavy stock paper using a high-end digital printing press guarantees: color accuracy, durable imaging, and the highest print resolution available. This print is 100% Made in America. We use only fine art inks, which are resistant to fading at least 75 years, museum-quality archival quality, with acid-free pigment to ensure the print doesn't discolor over time. Paper size measures 12 x 9 in with an image size of 11 5/8 x 7 9/16 in, perfect for framing.
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THE MACON TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER 1826 - 1832: Marriages, Divorce, Death and Legal Notice Abstracts

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Abstracts of marriage, divorce death, and legal notices from The Macon Telegraph newspaper from Nov. 1st, 1829 through Dec. 26th, 1832.
Need help on central and west Georgia families? Try THE MACON TELEGRAPH, the newspaper covering central Georgia. Marriages, deaths, legal notices, private acts passed by the Legislature, name changes, divorces, legitimacy acts, interesting notices and advertisements have been abstracted from this early newspaper. Legal ads from Appling, Bibb, Butts, Campbell, Carroll, Coweta, Crawford, DeKalb, Fayette, Harris, Heard, Henry, Houston, Irwin, Lee, Lowndes, Marion, Meriwether, Monroe, Montgomery, Muscogee, Pike, Randolph, Stewart, Talbot, Telfair, Thomas, Troup, Twiggs [a burned county], Upson and Walton counties.
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Macon, Georgia's Central City: An Illustrated History

by: Kristina Simms

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Macon, Georgia - A Brief History

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by: Kristina Simms
This book was originally published in 1989 by Windsor Press, Chatsworth, CA, as Macon, Georgia's Central City: An Illustrated History. Author, Kristina Simms.
This Kindle edition contains text only. The original hardcover edition, now out of print, is available in many libraries, contains numerous illustrations, an extensive bibliography and an index.
In 2010 author Kristina Simms purchased the copyright from Windsor Press dba American Historical Press, when AHP left the publishing business.
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by: Stephen Wallace Taylor, Matthew Jennings
Macon has been a crossroads of cultures since Native Americans built the massive earthworks that now form the Ocmulgee National Monument. In the 19th century, fortunes rose and fell with the price of cotton for small farmers and businessmen, as well as plantation owners. The Civil War destroyed the plantation economy, but it left Macon’s historic treasures largely undisturbed. Though manufacturing replaced plantation slavery, cotton and race remained central facts of life as the “City of Churches” adapted to a changing world.
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by: Barbara McRae, Cherry Jackson
Franklin sits on a hill above the Little Tennessee River. The surveyors who chose the site in 1820 admired its beauty, laying out the town with Main Street facing the Cowee Mountains to the east and the Nantahala Range to the west. Though ringed by rugged summits, Franklin was linked to population centers by well-worn trails. It soon developed into the market center of southwestern North Carolina, a role it retains today, especially for the building trades, furniture, and jewelry. Richly blessed with gems and minerals, the town was once touted as the “Gem Capital of the World.
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Historic Print : Home of workers in Willingham Cotton Mills, Macon, Ga. Lo...

Historic Print (L): Home of workers in Willingham Cotton Mills, Macon, Ga. Lo.... This is a museum-quality, reproduction print on premium, acid-free, semi-gloss paper with archival/UV resistant inks. The paper size is 20"x24": the image size is approximately 16"x20". Carefully packaged in a strong cardboard tube or heavy-duty cardboard envelope to ensure safe arrival. SOURCE: Library of Congress
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Macon, GA This Town

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Fantasia in Macon, GA 11/19/2016

Awesome Performance! Fantasia showed up and showed out.

2016 Macon, GA Cherry Blossoms

Quick visit to the 2016 Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon, GA on Saturday, March 26. More video coming of the car show and firefighter competition. Twitter ...

Downtown Macon, GA Flight

Just flying over a few of the buildings in downtown Macon, GA with the quadcopter.

Downtown Macon Georgia 3

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