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January 8, 1825 Eli Whitney died
February 12, 1825 William McIntosh, the son of an American Revolution hero and a Creek woman, signs the Treaty of Indian Springs. In exchange for a plantation on the Chattahoochee River, McIntosh signs away almost all remaining Creek land in Georgia
  Creek Indians
March 3, 1825 Joel Abbott ends term in U. S. House
March 3, 1825 John Calhoun completes his term as Secretary of War
  John C. Calhoun
March 7, 1825 Indian Springs Treaty of 1825 ratified by Congress
March 19, 1825 Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Montier, the Marquis de Lafayette, arrives in Savannah.
  City of Savannah, Georgia
  Marquis de Lafayette
March 21, 1825 In a ceremony on Johnson Square, the Marquis de LaFayette lays the cornerstone for a memorial dedicated to Revolutionary War hero General Nathanael Greene
  Nathanael Greene
  Marquis de Lafayette
March 23, 1825 General Edward Lloyd Thomas born, Clarke County (near Athens)
  Clarke County, Georgia
March 27, 1825 Marquis de LaFayette spends the night at the Gachet house, Lamar County, Georgia
  Lamar County, Georgia
April 30, 1825 Creek Chief William McIntosh is executed for trading Creek land to the state of Georgia without consent of the Creek tribal council.
  Creek Indians
May 21, 1825 6 West Point cadets are found at Benny Havens's pub without permission. Among them is Jefferson Davis
  Jefferson Davis
June 9, 1825 The Fifth Georgia Land Lottery is authorized. It is held in 1827
  Georgia Land Lotteries
June 9, 1825 Coweta County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Coweta County, Georgia
June 9, 1825 Lee County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Lee County, Georgia
June 9, 1825 Muscogee County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Muscogee County, Georgia
June 9, 1825 Troup County created
  George Michael Troup
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Troup County, Georgia
June 9, 1825 Carroll County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Carroll County, Georgia
  Charles Carroll
July 25, 1825 Henry "Obediah" Barber born, Bryan County, Georgia
  Bryan County, Georgia
  Henry Obediah Barber
August 4, 1825 Jefferson Davis begins his defense during court-martial proceedings for the Benny Havens's incident. He will be found guilty and dismissed from West Point. The
  Jefferson Davis
September 15, 1825 Junius and Granby Hillyer "thrash" Robert Toombs. Toombs leaves, finds a gun and tries to shoot one of the brothers. He was stopped by a third party, then returned with a knife and later another gun. The Hillyer brothers were unharmed.
  University of Georgia, Athens (UGA)
  Robert Toombs
September 20, 1825 Robert Toombs is dismissed from the University of Georgia. He will be reaccepted after writing a letter apologizing for the incident of the 15th.
  University of Georgia, Athens (UGA)
  Robert Toombs
November 12, 1825 The city of New Echota is designated capital of the Cherokee Nation, culminating a nationalistic move led by John Ross.
November 12, 1825 The Cherokee National Council makes Newtown the Cherokee capital, and changing its name to New Echota.
December 12, 1825 Baker County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Baker County, Georgia
December 23, 1825 Lowndes County created
  William Lowndes
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Lowndes County, Georgia
December 23, 1825 Thomas County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Thomas County, Georgia
December 24, 1825 Butts County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Butts County, Georgia
December 24, 1825 Taliaferro County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Taliaferro County, Georgia
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