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February 26, 1823 Joseph LeConte, geologist, founded, along with John Muir, The Sierra Club, born, Liberty County, Georgia
  Liberty County, Georgia
February 27, 1823 Union officer Ferdinand vanDerveer (alternate spelling Van Derveer) born, Middletown, Ohio
April 3, 1823 U. S. Congress approves $500,000 to purchase all Georgia reservations
April 10, 1823 Thomas Reade Rootes (T. R. R.) Cobb born, Jefferson, Georgia
  Thomas Reade Rootes (T. R. R.) Cobb
July 22, 1823 William Bartram dies, Philadelphia, PA
  William Bartram
August 28, 1823 Rev. Daniel Butrick, a Morovian missionary, makes an entry in his personal diary describing today's Rock City as a 'citadel of rocks...' atop Lookout Mountain
  Lookout Mountain
September 14, 1823 Ben Hill is born
  Jasper County, Georgia
November 1, 1823 Jeremiah Griffin invents the stamp mill, a method for crushing rock, from which gold is then extracted
November 7, 1823 George Michael Troup begins term as governor of Georgia
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
  George Michael Troup
December 8, 1823 Decatur County created
  Stephen Decatur
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Decatur County, Georgia
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