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In 1964, the author began writing columns about Georgia research, which she eventually turned into a weekly magazines. Later, she bound each year’s worth of magazines into a hardcover volume. She wrote articles about George research as well as interesting records—including family names—about people in frontier Georgia to about 1900. The last bound copy was published in 1997. The information found in these fully indexed bound copies is priceless, some of which is unlikely available elsewhere. Sources include government records, newspaper articles, personal records and stories, as well as inquiries. Includes topics such as marriage records, bible records, births, land records, deaths, colonial & state censuses, etc. It includes family names like Clark,Cook, Davis, Freeman, Hill, Parker, Ramsey, Smith, Taylor, White, etc.