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January 8, 1815 Andrew Jackson accepts the British surrender at New Orleans. (War of 1812)
January 10, 1815 British troops land on Cumberland Island, off the coast of Georgia.
  Camden County, Georgia
January 13, 1815 600 British troops attacked Point Peter, overwhelming its 130 soldiers. The British seized St. Marys, looted jewelry and fine China from its residents, and burned the fort.
  Camden County, Georgia
January 13, 1815 John McPherson Berrien, Robert Walker, Young Gresham and Stephen W. Harris rule a law passed by the general assembly was illegal. The assembly reprimands them for over-stepping their authority.
  John MacPherson Berrien (John Berrien)
January 15, 1815 Captain Massias informs General John Floyd that the British have captured "Point Petre" and St. Marys (Camden County, War of 1812)
  Camden County, Georgia
September 7, 1815 Howell Cobb born, Jefferson, Georgia
  Howell Cobb
November 1, 1815 Crawford Long born, Danielsville (Madison County), Georgia
  Madison County, Georgia
November 15, 1815 Former governor Stephen Heard dies, Elbert County, Georgia
  Elbert County, Georgia
December 19, 1815 Representatives of the Cherokee Nation arrange a meeting with the President of the United States
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