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CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

State of Georgia. By His Excellency Captain-General, Governor, and commander in chief in and over the said State, and of the militia thereof. To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Know ye, that in pursuance of the act for opening t

Thomas Jefferson, 1732-86, Notes on Georgia History and Boundaries

A view of Savannah as it stood the 29th of March 1734.

[Plan of New Ebenezer, Ga., 1742, which was settled in 1736 by the persecuted Salzburgers of Bavaria at invitation of trustees of the Georgia colony; text in German]

Tybee Island.

A plan of the inlets & rivers of Savannah & Warsaw in the Province of Georgia.

A map of Savannah River beginning at Stone-Bluff, or Nexttobethell, which continueth to the sea; also, the four sounds Savañah, [Warsaw], Hossabaw, and St. Katharines, with their islands; likewise Neuport, or Serpent River, from its mouth to Benjehova Bluff.

A new & accurate map of the provinces of North & South Carolina, Georgia &c.

A new & accurate map of the provinces of North & South Carolina, Georgia &c.

[Johann Martin Boltzius, 1703-1765; head and shoulders, facing slightly right; German Lutheran emigrated to Georgia]

An exact-plan of George-Town so named by Patrick Graham, Esqr., President of the Province of Georgia, in honr. to His Royal Highness George, Prince of Wales, &ca.

A map of Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland with part of New Jersey &c.

Plano. I descripcion de la costa, desde el Cavo Cañaveral, hasta cerca de la boca de la Vir[g]inia, contando, costa de Florida, Georgia y Carolinas del S, y N, con todos sus puertos, este[ros ... ]letas, baxos, islas y rios; segun las vlti[mas not]icias, hata [sic] oy Octubre de 1756.

A map of South Carolina and a part of Georgia. Containing the whole sea-coast; all the islands, inlets, rivers, creeks, parishes, townships, boroughs, roads, and bridges; as also, several plantations, with their proper boundary-lines, their names, and the names of their proprietors.

Karte von Carolina und Georgien zur allgemeinen Geschichte der Reisen.

A plann of the town of Savannah in the state of Georgia.

Carte de la nouvelle Georgia.

A new map of North & South Carolina, & Georgia /

Committee-Chamber, New York 1st May, 1775. Whereas it appears by the public papers, that all exportation from Philadelphia to Quebec, Nova-Scotia, Georgia, and Newfoundland, or any part of the fishing coasts, or fishing islands, is suspended; an

In Congress, May 17, 1775. Resolved that all exportations to Quebec, Nova-Scotia, the Island of St. John’s Newfoundland, Georgia, except the Parish of St. John’s and to East and West Florida immediately cease … May 29 Resolved that no provisions

Caroline méridionale et partie de la Georgie,

Plan of Amelia Island in East Florida, north point of Amelia Island lyes in 30:55 north latitude 80:23 w. longitude from London, taken from De Brahm's Map of South Caroline & Georgia. A chart of the entrance into St. Mary's River,

[Taking of Savannah in Dec. 1778.

[Taking of Savannah in Dec. 1778]

A draught of South Carolina and Georgia from Sewee to St. Estaca.

I [blank] do solemnly swear ... allegiance to his Majesty King George the third my lawful sovereign; and that I will at all risks stand forth in support of his person and government: and I do solemnly disclaim and renounce that unlawful and ini

The deposition of Captain James M'Alpine, Commander of the Schooner Polly and Nelly, who arrived here on Wednesday last from St. John's River, in East-Florida, but last from off Tybee in Savannah-River, Georgia, whence he took his departure on t

[Savannah and its environs.

Plan of the French and rebells sieg[e] of Savannah in Georgia, in South [sic] America, deffend: t[h]rough the Br: Gen: August Prevost, 1779.

Siège de Savannah fait par les troupes françoises aux ordres du général d'Estaing vice-amiral de France, en 7.bre, et 8.bre 1779.

A new and accurate map of the province of Georgia in North America.

Roads and country that Col. Campbell marched thro'--Ebenezer to Augusta in Georgia

Rutledge Edward to Thomas Jefferson, February 12, 1779, Aid for Georgia

[Savannah.

[Savannah River & Ogeechee River].

Sketch of the northern frontiers of Georgia, extending from the mouth of the River Savannah to the town of Augusta,

[Savannah & its fortifications.

[Savannah.

[Map of the coast of Georgia, bordering on Camden and Glynn counties, showing also the course and soundings of the Alatamaha, Turtle, Crooked, St. Mary's, Great Satilla, and Little Satilla rivers.]

Powder magazine in Fort Prevost at Savannah.

A map of South Carolina and a part of Georgia. Containing the whole sea-coast; all the islands, inlets, rivers, creeks, parishes, townships, boroughs, roads, and bridges: As also, several plantations, with their proper boundary-lines, their names, and the names of their proprietors.

[Savannah.

Sketch of the northern frontiers of Georgia, extending from the mouth of the River Savannah to the town of Augusta,

Ft. Provost in 1781.

A map of East and West Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana : with the islands of Cuba, Bahama, and the countries surrounding the Gulf of Mexico, with the tract of the Spanish galleons, and of our fleets thro' the Straits of Florida, from the best authorities /

Plan of Savannah and its fortifications in 1782.

Plan of Savannah & its environs in 1782.

Plan of Savannah and its environs in 1782.

Fort Provost in 1782.

The West Indies, including part of Virginia, North Carolina, East Florida, South Carolina, West Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and the Gulf of Mexico, with part of the coast of South America: From the Bay of Honduras, to the mouth of the River Oronoko. From the latest and best authorities and actual observations.

Georgia. House of Assembly, 15th July 1783. Ordered that his honour the Governor and council be recommended and requested to transmit to the executive and legislative powers or departments, in every state in the United States, a list of persons

The West Indies, including part of Virginia, North Carolina, East Florida, South Carolina, West Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and the Gulf of Mexico, with part of the coast of South America: From the Bay of Honduras, to the mouth of the River Oronoko.

Thomas Jefferson to Georgia Delegates in Congress, December 27, 1786

Georgia Delegates in Congress to Thomas Jefferson, August 21, 1786, Claim by Chevalier de Mezieres on Oglethorpe Estate in Georgia

U.S. Reports: Penman, et al. v. Wayne, 1 U.S. (1 Dall.) 348 (1788)

Thomas Jefferson to Georgia Delegates in Congress, February 7, 1788

[Cartouche showing cherubs celebrating the founding of the new nation] / Cornelius Tiebout sculp.

... An act to alter the times for holding the Circuit Courts of the Unite States in the Districts of South-Carolina and Georgia, and providing that the District Court of Pennsylvania shall in future be held at the City of Philadelphia only. [New

An act to continue an act intituled, "And act declaring the assent of Congress to certain acts of the states of Maryland, Georgia, and Rhode Island and Provedence plantations." so far as the same respects the states of Georgia …

Thomas Jefferson to United States District Attorney of Georgia, November 9, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Savannah, Georgia, Merchants, August 27, 1793

... An act for erecting a lighthouse on the island of Seguin in the district of Maine, and for erecting a beacon and placing three buoys at the entrance of Saint Mary's river, in the state of Georgia ... [Followed by] An act further to authorize

Georgia, from the latest authorities

Georgia, from the latest authorities.

U.S. Reports: Cotton v. Wallace, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 302 (1796)

A plan of the city of Savannah : with a drawing of the part of the city burnt in the dreadful fires of the 26 November & 6 December, 1796.

U.S. Reports: Hamilton v. Moore, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 371 (1797)

U.S. Reports: Williamson v. Kincaid, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 20 (1800)

These are to certify that [blank] or bearer, is entitled to one share in the Georgia Asylum company ... [Georgia? 1801].

Georgia Republican extra, Savannah, 25th April, 1804. Judge Bowen having ordered the Charge given to the Grand Jury on Monday last, to be published in the Georgia Republican, the editor felt himself bound by his duty to refuse the publication an

Joseph Bryan, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile

Georgia Legislature to Thomas Jefferson, December 6, 1806, Printed Resolutions

Thomas Jefferson to Georgia Senators and Representatives, December 10, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Governors of Orleans, Georgia, South Carolina, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, May 6, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Georgia Senators and Representatives, February 3, 1809

The state of Georgia.

Map by which the Creek Indians gave their statement at Fort Strother on the 22nd Jany, 1816 : [Alabama and Georgia].

The state of Georgia.

A map of Mexico, Louisiana, and the Missouri Territory : including also the state of Mississippi, Alabama Territory, East and West Florida, Georgia, South Carolina & part of the Island of Cuba /

Georgia resolutions. In the House of representatives Wednesday, 20th December, 1826. [Atlanta?].

Notice: I hereby forewarn all persons against crediting my wife, Delilah McConnell ...

U.S. Reports: Patterson vs. the Rev. Jenks et al., 27 U.S. (2 Pet.) 216 (1829)

Log house in the forests of Georgia

Map of the state of Georgia, drawn from actual surveys and the most authentic information /

A map of the second section of that part of Georgia now known as the Cherokee Territory in which are delineated all the districts & lots which by an act of the General Assembly were designated the Gold Districts and taken from actual survey /

Georgia, from the latest authorities

A map of that part of Georgia occupied by the Cherokee Indians, taken from an actual survey made during the present year 1831, in pursuance of an act of the general assembly of the state : this interesting tract of country contains four millions three hundred & sixty six thousand five hundred & fifty four acres, many rich gold mines & many delightful situations & though in some parts mountainous, some of the richest land belonging to the state

U.S. Reports: Ex Parte Madrazzo, 32 U.S. (7 Pet.) 627 (1833)

U.S. Reports: Winn and others v. Patterson, 34 U.S. (9 Pet.) 663 (1835)

U.S. Reports: Tarver v. Tarver and Others, 34 U.S. (9 Pet.) 174 (1835)

Southern ideas of liberty

Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich

Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich

Map of Georgia & Alabama exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads & c.; by David H. Burr (Late topographer to the Post Office), Geographer to the House of Representatives of the U.S.

A map of the Georgia Rail Road and the several lines of railroad connecting with it, Febr. 1839.

The shipwreck

Black C.C. or the three Judas's

The Georgia melodies. As sung by the Georgia Champions / Lith. of E.W. Bouve, Boston.

[Howell Cobb, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the right]