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Pulaski County Georgia Historical Markers

 
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By David Seibert, January 20, 2013
De Soto Trail Marker
Georgia (Pulaski County), Hawkinsville — De Soto Trail
In commemoration of the De Soto Expedition 1540 Old Hartford on the Ocmulgee is near the ancient site of Ocute on the eastward flowing river where dwelt the Hitchiti Indians. De Soto and his army reached Ocute, capital town of Ocute . . . — Map (db m111448) HM
Georgia (Pulaski County), Hawkinsville — 116-2 — Old Hartford
This is old Hartford, from 1809 until 1836 the seat of Pulaski County, and during those years a thriving city, influential in the military and political life of Georgia. Long before that time, the site was an important trading center for the Indians . . . — Map (db m40327) HM
Georgia (Pulaski County), Hawkinsville — 116-1 — Pulaski County
This County, created by Act of the Legislature December 13, 1808, is named for Count Casimir Pulaski, Polish hero of the Revolutionary War who died fighting in Georgia and is buried in Savannah. Court was to be held at the home of Isham Jordan until . . . — Map (db m40329) HM
Georgia (Pulaski County), Hawkinsville — 27 A-6 — Slosheye Trail
Slosheye Trail was used by the Indians and white traders as an artery of travel as early as 1750 and extended from Hawkinsville on the Ocmulgee River to Drayton on the Flint River. This ancient trail passed through Hawkinsville over the present . . . — Map (db m40328) HM
Georgia (Pulaski County), Hawkinsville — The 1812 Soldiers
This tablet erected in memory of the 1812 soldiers who served at Fort Mitchell, Hartford, GA. — Map (db m111453) HM

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