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January 14, 1835 James Moore Wayne becomes a U. S. Supreme Court justice, the first justice from Georgia. He was nominated by Andrew Jackson on January 6 and confirmed by Congress on January 9.
March 3, 1835 Branch mints were created by the United States Congress including one in Dahlonega, Georgia, center of the world's first gold rush
  Dahlonega, Georgia
  Dahlonega Mint
March 13, 1835 Ignatius A. Few is appointed commissioner in charge of construction of the U. S. Mint in Dahlonega, Georgia.
March 14, 1835 First treaty of New Echota remained unsigned by the Cherokee because it did not meet the demands of John Ross
April 8, 1835 Convinced that the Cherokee presence in Georgia would soon be extinguished, Samuel Worcester leaves Brainerd, Tennessee and heads to Dwight Mission, Cherokee Nation, West.
May 29, 1835 Samuel Worcester and his party arrive at Dwight Mission in present-day Oklahoma
June 9, 1835 Whitehall post office established
June 10, 1835 Rebecca Latimer Felton born, Decatur
  Rebecca Latimer Felton
June 15, 1835 Jefferson Davis marries Sarah Knox Taylor, daughter of Zachary Taylor
  Jefferson Davis
June 22, 1835 Henry Van Ness Boynton born, West Stockbridge, Massachusetts
June 30, 1835 Jefferson Davis resigns his commission (1st Lieutenant) in the United States Army after his marriage to Sarah Knox Taylor
  Jefferson Davis
September 15, 1835 Less than three months after their marriage, Jeff Davis's wife dies of yellow fever or malaria in Louisiana
  Jefferson Davis
October 1, 1835 Robert Houstoun Anderson born, Savannah, Georgia
  Savannah, Georgia births and deaths
  General Robert H. Anderson
November 4, 1835 William Schley begins term as governor of Georgia
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
  William Schley
November 18, 1835 Joanna Troutman presents the first Lone Star flag to Col. William Ward, commander of the Georgia Battalion. The Macon, Georgia-area troops were headed west to join in the fight for Texas independence.
  City of Macon, Georgia
  Crawford County, Georgia
  Lone Star Flag
December 3, 1835 John Quitman elected President of the Mississippi Senate, making him governor of the state until the next election.
December 7, 1835 In an address to the House of Representatives, Gov. William Schley charges that Creek Indians from Alabama with hostilities against Georgians living in Stewart and Baker Counties.
  William Schley
  Creek Indians
  Stewart County, Georgia
  Baker County, Georgia
December 21, 1835 Oglethorpe University is chartered in Milledgeville. It moves to Atlanta in 1913
  Atlanta, Georgia (through 1900)
December 28, 1835 Micanope and Jumper, two Seminole chiefs, ambush Major Francis Langhorne Dade and kill him and 109 of his infantry detachment. Dade County is named in his honor.
  Dade County, Georgia
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December 29, 1835 Members of the Ridge or Treaty Party sign the Treaty of New Echota, without the approval of the Cherokee National Council.
  Georgia Land Lotteries
  Original Cherokee County
December 31, 1835 Battle of Withlachoochee in the Semiole Indian War
  Duncan L. (Lamont) Clinch
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