Industrial & Economic History

Georgia Historical Industrial Documents

Adiel Sherwood, A Gazetteer of the State of Georgia Second Edition (Philadelphia: J. W. Martin and W. K. Boden, 1829). Courtesy of Google Books.

James Silk Buckingham, The Slave States of America, (London: Fisher, Son & Co., 1842) Vol 1 – Georgia travels extracted from digital copy found in Google Books.

James Silk Buckingham, The Slave States of America (London: Fisher, Son & Co., 1842), Vol 2 – Georgia travels extracted from digital copy found in Google Books.

1844 Walker Tariff Circulars – Georgia Replies Extracted 62nd Congress, 1st Session (1911), Senate Document 10, Series 6088, Circulars of the Secretary of the Treasury & abstract of Replies to them in Regard to the Tariff, pp. 1868-1680. Extracted from digitized copy found in Google Books. See also House Executive Document 6, 29th Congress, 1st Session (1845), pp 625-627, for same information on Georgia.

George White, Statistics of the State of Georgia: Including an Account of Its Natural, Civil, and Ecclesiastical History (Savannah: W. Thorne Williams, 1849.) Courtesy Google Books.

George White, Historical Collections of Georgia, containing the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. Third Edition (New York: Pubney & Russell, 1855). Courtesy of Google Books.

Adiel Sherwood, A Gazetteer of Georgia, containing a particular description of the state; its resources, counties, towns, villages, and whatever is usual in statistical works Fourth Edition (Atlanta: J. Richards, 1860). Courtesy of Google Books.

Report of the Committee of the Senate upon the relations between Labor And Capital Vol 4 – GA testimony extracted (Washington: GPO, 1885) Bookmarks added. Extracted from digitized copy found in Google Books.

Reports on the Water-Power of the United States – Georgia Waters extracted (Washington: GPO, 1885) Extracted from digitized copy found in Google Books.

Georgia Historical and Industrial (Atlanta: G. W. Harrison, state printer, 1901) Bookmarks added. Courtesy of Google Books.

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