“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Hahira, Georgia

Clickable Map of Lowndes County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lowndes County, GA (27) Berrien County, GA (8) Brooks County, GA (16) Cook County, GA (10) Echols County, GA (3) Lanier County, GA (12) Hamilton County, FL (11) Madison County, FL (29)  LowndesCounty(27) Lowndes County (27)  BerrienCounty(8) Berrien County (8)  BrooksCounty(16) Brooks County (16)  CookCounty(10) Cook County (10)  EcholsCounty(3) Echols County (3)  LanierCounty(12) Lanier County (12)  HamiltonCountyFlorida(11) Hamilton County (11)  MadisonCounty(29) Madison County (29)
Valdosta is the county seat for Lowndes County
Hahira is in Lowndes County
      Lowndes County (27)  
      Berrien County (8)  
      Brooks County (16)  
      Cook County (10)  
      Echols County (3)  
      Lanier County (12)  
      Hamilton County, Florida (11)  
      Madison County, Florida (29)  
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1Georgia (Lowndes County), Hahira — Hahira High School
A two story school building was constructed and dedicated on this site in 1932 as the Hahira High School. It replaced an earlier school building that had burned down. Bishop Nelson donated the land for the school. Later additions of an auditorium . . . Map (db m195852) HM
2Georgia (Lowndes County), Hahira — 92-2 — Mary Turner and the Lynching Rampage of 1918
Near this site on May 19, 1918, twenty-one year old Mary Turner, eight months pregnant, was burned, mutilated, and shot to death by a local mob after publicly denouncing her husband’s lynching the previous day. In the days immediately following the . . . Map (db m114978) HM
3Georgia (Lowndes County), Hahira — 092-3 — Site: Franklinville
When Lowndes County was created December 23, 1825, Lawrence Folsom, Sion Hall, William Blair, John J. Underwood and Daniel McCauly were appointed Commissioners to select the capital of Lowndes County. The site which they chose, named Franklinville, . . . Map (db m12171) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022