The history of Whitfield County, GA, is recalled with lots of names and much detail in this new 237-page illustrated booklet, a reprint of the hard-to-find: Official History of Whitfield County, Georgia, originally published in July 1930 by the Whitfield County History Commission, under the direction of Mrs. R.M. Herron Sr. This new spiral bound booklet is printed on 5.5" x 8.5" 60# bond paper with the front cover protected with a vinyl sheet. The booklet, titled: Whitfield County, Georgia USA is one of hundreds of booklets we have reproduced, all preserving the writings of early historians. Another of our booklets, Georgia's High Country, includes a brief history of Whitfield County, along with 10 other northern Georgia counties. Among the chapter titles and subject headings in the booklet listed here are: The Cherokee Indians of North Georgia, First Mission Established in 1801, the Old Federal Road, Rock Spring, Ancient Mounds, Fort Mountain, Historic Indian Places in Dalton and Vicinity, Charles R. Hicks, Red Clay Council Ground, the Springplace Mission, Joseph Vann, Sequoyah, the Cherokee Phoenix, Elias Boudinot, Journal of our Journey to Creek Path, Events Leading to Removal (of Cherokees), John Ross, Major Ridge, John Martin, Appeals to the Supreme Court, Red Clay Council of 1835, John Howard Payne, New Echota Treaty, Whitfield's Beginning, Whitfield County (with picture of Rev. George Whitefield), Dalton the County Seat, Hotels, Tunnel Hill, Other Early Towns (Varnells, Red Clay. Cohutta, Rocky Face, Mill Creek Gap, Dawnville, Mineral Springs, Tilton, Carbondale, Hill City, Freeman Springs, etc.), War Between the States (Civil War), Defense of Dalton, War Memoirs (including a map of Battlefields of Whitfield County), Gen. Joseph E. Johnston Monument, Reconstruction Era, Old Homes, Social Life, Post Office, Churches and Schools (with brief histories of numerous churches and names of some early members and officials), Organization of Clubs and Societies (many names), Modern Whitfield (1930), Hamilton Memorial Hospital, and Greater Whitfield County. The booklet also includes: Census of 1850 of Murray County, Georgia (of which Whitfield County was then a part.); County and City Officials; Early Deeds of Record / Will Book I, Beginning March 1851; Confederate Soldiers (including Privates); World War I Soldiers / Liberty League members; Pioneer Citizens.