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Paulding County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Paulding County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Paulding County, Georgia
April 4, 1977 Southern Airways Flight 242, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 crashed during a hailstorm while attempting an emergency landing on a two-lane highway near New Hope, Georgia (west of Atlanta)
  Paulding County, Georgia


Name derivation: Named in honor of John Paulding, who captured the British spy John André, which led to the exposure of Benedict Arnold as a traitor
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Web sites:National Register of Historic Places in Paulding County, Georgia
Paulding County, Georgia, links
Paulding County Government

map of Paulding County, Georgia




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