|LC Classifications||JK4325 1850 .A25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||10012364|
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. , Journal of the State Convention [microform]: held in Milledgeville, in December, R.M. Orme Milledgeville Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Journal of the State convention, held in Milledgeville, in December, By Georgia. Convention. Abstract. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: Georgia.#N# Convention. Page 3. JOURNAL OF THE CONVENTION, HELD AT MILLEDGEVILLE IN OPEN SESSION. MILLEDGEVILLE, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, JANU In accordance with a proclamation issued by his Excellency, JOSEPH E. BROWN, Governor of Georgia, bearing date 21st November, , delegates from the several counties of this State, duly elected by the people thereof, assembled this .
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Georgia At the Annual Session of the General Assembly, Commenced at Milledgeville, November 6th, by [State . Journal of the Public and Secret Proceedings of the Convention of the People of Georgia: Held in Milledgeville and Savannah in , Together with the Ordinances Adopted. Milledgeville, Ga.: Boughton Nisbet & Barnes, state Printers, Return to List of Illustrations for Journal of the Public and Secret Proceedings of the Convention of the People of Georgia: Held in Milledgeville and Savannah in , Together with the Ordinances Adopted by Georgia. Convention of the People ( Milledgeville and Savannah, Ga.) Return to Menu Page for Journal of the Public and Secret Proceedings of the Convention of the People of Georgia. Burials in the city cemetery, , and leases granted by the city of Milledgeville for years Family History Library. Marriage and death notices from the Southern Presbyterian, Volume I, WorldCat. Milledgeville, Georgia journal: (Includes obituaries and death notices from the Georgia Journal, located in Milledgeville, Georgia for the years , ).
Journal of the State Convention held in Milledgeville in December Published Date: Summary: List of each elected representative from each county. Convention was called in response to the Compromise of , and the admission of California as a free state. Decem Milledgeville established as new state capital. Milledgeville: March 1, City fathers begin to name the streets of Milledgeville Milledgeville: November 2, First session of the state legislature to be held in Milledgeville Baldwin County, Georgia: Milledgeville: April 7, The Georgia Secession Convention of represents the pinnacle of the state's political sovereignty. With periodic interruptions, the convention met in Milledgeville from January 16 to Ma , and not only voted to secede the state from the Union but also created Georgia's first new constitution since Politically the convention was a watershed event that hastened the Civil War. About. Virginians Seaton and Fleming Grantland established the Georgia Journal in Milledgeville in , the same year they moved into town. The paper had a major presence in the earliest years of the state capital and leaned toward the John Clark political faction. The Georgia Journal was so successful during Milledgeville's earliest years, it absorbed smaller publications like the Reflector.