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Calhoun County, Georgia
February 20, 1854 Calhoun County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Calhoun County, Georgia
  John C. Calhoun
October 31, 1948 Railroad accident in Edison, Georgia (Calhoun County) claims the lives of three workers on the Seaboard Air Line railroad, on the old Georgia, Florida and Alabama Line track
  Calhoun County, Georgia

Name derivation:Named in honor of John C. Calhoun, vice-president under Andrew Jackson who created the Nullification Crisis; viewed as an eloquent states rights advocate
Acquisition: Creek cession of Aug. 9, 1814
Taken from: Baker County, Georgia, Early County, Georgia
Counties created from: N/A
Cities: Morgan (county seat), Arlington, Edison, Leary
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National Register of Historic Places in Calhoun County, Georgia
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