Danielsville, GA , Heritage Papers: 1989
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The first part of this book is an account of the settlement made by a number of Virginia families on Broad River, immediately after the Revolutionary War. It shows how the descendants of the emigrants, operated upon by desire of bettering their condition, left the old states to form settlements in the new. from 1733 to 1790. The second part of the book describes the settlement made by the North Carolinians in that part of Georgia which is now included in the counties of Wilkes and Lincoln. The third part describes the Creek and Cherokee Indians. View More...