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Jackson County, Georgia
February 11, 1796 Jackson County created
  James Jackson
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Jackson County, Georgia


Name derivation: Named in honor of James Jackson, governor, senator, legislator who returned from Washington D. C. to lead the anti-Yazoo forces in the state.
Acquisition: Cherokee cession, May 31, 1783 and Creek cession, Nov. 1, 1783
Taken from: Franklin County, Georgia
Counties created from: Barrow County, Georgia, Clarke County, Georgia, Madison County, Georgia

Cities: Jefferson (county seat), Arcade, Braselton, Commerce, Hoschton, Maysville, Pendergrass, Talmo

Web sites:National Register of Historic Places in Jackson County, Georgia
Jackson County, Georgia, links
Map of Jackson County, Georgia




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