Libraries in Georgia with family history resources

These articles were contributed to the GGSQ by Ann L. Sherman and Jane L. Splawn between 1999 and 2006.

The information about each library includes: Directions to and parking at the library, a brief history of the area, location of genealogical materials within the library, and materials contained therein (finding aids and internet access, books, periodicals, maps, city directories, telephone directiones, manuscripts), copying services, microform and readers; and other area attractions.

Archivesort ascending Location Magazine issue
Washington Memorial Library Macon 2000 Spring (Vol. 37, #1)
W.C. Bradley Library Columbus 2000 (Vol. 27, #3)
Troup County Historical Society & Archives 2014 Winter (Vol. 36, #4)
Thomasville Genealogical, History & Fine Arts Library 2002 Fall (Vol. 39, #3)
Thomas County Public Library 2002 Summer (Vol. 39, #2)
The Colonel Hiram Parks Bell Southern History & Genealogical Research Center 2005 Summer (Vol. 42, #2)
Statesboro Regional Library 2005 Spring (Vol. 42, #1)
Smyrna Public Library 2000 Winter (Vol. 37, #4)
Sequoyah Regional Library System Part 2 1998 Fall (Vol. 35, #3)
Sequoyah Regional & Pickens County 1998 Summer (Vol. 35, #2)
Roddenbery Memorial Library Cairo 2001 Winter (Vol. 38, #4)
Newton County Library 2004 Spring (Vol. 41, #1)
Live Oak Public Libraries-Bull Street Branch 2004 Winter (Vol. 41, #4)
Lake Blackshear Regional Library Americus 2001 Summer (Vol. 38, #2)
Ladson Genealogical Library Vidalia 2004 Summer (Vol. 41, #2)

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