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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Clinch County, Georgia
Adjacent to Clinch County, Georgia
► Atkinson County (4) ► Echols County (3) ► Lanier County (7) ► Ware County (9) ► Baker County, Florida (17) ► Columbia County, Florida (16)
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|Okefenokee, “Land of the Trembling Earth”, was named by its early inhabitants, the Seminole Indians. Acquired by the Federal Government in 1937 for a national wildlife refuge, its more than 600 square miles make it the largest preserved . . . — — Map (db m14657) HM|
|Erected in Memory of
Stephen Collins Foster
At the Source of the Stream Which he made Immortal in Song
“Suwanee River” — — Map (db m27481) HM|
of her sons
in World War II
is erected by
All gave much
Some gave all
Army * Women's Aux. * Aviation * Navy * . . . — — Map (db m23862) HM|
|Clinch County was created by an Act of the Legislature approved Feb. 14, 1850 out of lands formerly in Lowndes and Ware Counties and was named for General Duncan L. Clinch, a hero of the War of 1812 and the Indian wars. At the first election held . . . — — Map (db m23848) HM|
|About 1 mile south of here, the first Court and Election in Clinch County were held in 1850, in the home of Jonathan Knight. Pursuant to the Act creating
Clinch, Commissioners appointed met in the Knight house to perfect the organization of the . . . — — Map (db m14649) HM|
| 9lbs. 6oz. 31 inches long
Landed by Baxley McQuaig, Jr.
February 17, 1961
On a Johnson’s Spoon — — Map (db m53283) HM|
|Site of ante-bellum trading post. Dam constructed in 1840 by Duncan Giddens; acquired by Miles J. Guest.1858, and enlarged by him. Water power used for grist mill and gin. Election precinct.1850-1920; Justice of Peace Court held here for area now . . . — — Map (db m102638) HM|
|Bethany Primitive Baptist Church was initiated as an arm of Union Church in 1841, and was formally constituted in May, 1847.
In the cemetery adjoining the church, on the high bluff of Arabia Bay, are buried many of the pioneers of this section, . . . — — Map (db m14648) HM|