Those Glorious Days: A History of Louisville as Georgia's Capital, 1796-1807
Mercer University Press, 1996 - 127 էջ
Louisville was Georgia's capital from 1796 to 1807, and Those Glorious Days gives insight into the exciting governmental and daily life that surrounded it before, during, and after those years.
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Governmental Life in the Captital
Daily Life in Louisville the Capital
After the Departure of the Capital
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