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New. 2003. 0806317337. Index. 2 vols. in 1, 316, 174 pages. In the absence of the 1790, 1800, and 1810 censuses of Georgia, these early tax lists are a godsend. The counties for which tax records are provided, with their years of coverage, are as follows: Camden 1794 and 1809; Chatham 1806; Glynn 1790 and 1794; Hancock 1812; Lincoln 1818; Montgomery 1797, 1798, 1805, and 1806; Pulaski 1818; Richmond 1818; Warren 1794, 1805 and 1818; and Wilkes 1792, 1793 and 1794. Each tax list generally gives the name of the taxpayer, the name of the adjoining property owner, and the nameof the original grantee of land. In addition, the tax lists identify the number of slaves attached to the property, the watercourses, the acreage, and the value of the land. Includes an index to all 25, 000 taxpayers and adjoining property owners, separately published in 1938 as a W. P. A. Project.
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