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January 23, 1829 Crawford County, Missouri is named for George H. Crawford.
  William Harris (W. H.) Crawford
January 30, 1829 Alfred Cumming born, Augusta, Georgia
April 3, 1829 800 to 850 homes were destroyed when a fire swept through much of downtown Augusta.
April 20, 1829 Duncan Clinch promoted to Brigadier General
  Duncan L. (Lamont) Clinch
May 19, 1829 George Gilmer resigns his seat in the U. S. House.
  George Gilmer
August 1, 1829 Article appears in the Georgia Journal announcing the discovery of gold in north Georgia.
August 1, 1829 First documentary evidence of gold in North Georgia, The Georgia Journal, a newspaper in Milledgeville, prints a report of two mines in Habersham County
  Habersham County, Georgia
September 24, 1829 For the second time in less than a year a significant blaze strikes downtown Augusta
October 15, 1829 Fannie Kemble gives her first performance, as Juliet at The Covent in London's West End
  Fannie Kemble (Butler)
October 24, 1829 The Cherokee Nation, with the support of Major Ridge, his son John Ridge and Elias Boudinot, publisher of the Cherokee Phoenix, re-enact a law that prescribes death for anyone who sells lands without the authority of the nation. It is under this law that the three will be put to death 10 years later
October 29, 1829 Michigan's Berrien County is created to honor Georgian John McPherson Berrien
  John MacPherson Berrien (John Berrien)
November 4, 1829 George Gilmer begins term as governor of Georgia
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
  George Gilmer
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