The history of Washington County, GA, is recalled in this 54-page illustrated booklet, a reprint of the hard-to-find: History of Washington County, by Ella Mitchell, originally published in 1924. This new spiral bound booklet is printed on 11" x 8.5" 60# bond paper with the front cover protected with a vinyl sheet. The booklet, titled: Washington County, Georgia USA, is one of hundreds of booklets we have reproduced, all preserving the writings of early historians. Among the subjects in the booklet are: Original Location, Settlement of Washington County, Representatives to the Constitutional Convention in 1786, Cotton Raising, Minerals, Flora and Faunna, Antiquities, the Lime Sinks, Warthen, Saunder's Cross Roads, Early settlers, Washington Hall, the Wicker-Warthen family, Sandersville, Sherman's Raid, Reconstruction and Prohibition, Daughters of the Confederacy and other organizations, Tennille, Riddleville, Davisboro, Oconee, Harrison, Deepstep, Slavery, Roster of Confederate Soldiers, Schools and Teachers, Newspapers, Courts, Banks, Forts, War Records, World War I, Industries, Agriculture Fairs, Dentists, Missionaries, Gov. Jared Irwin, Gov. Thomas Hardwick, Dr. William Rawlings, Judge James K. Hines, Dr. D. Louis Cheatham, Oscar H. Rogers, Rev. James D. Anthony, W.A. McCarty, C.R. Pringle, Major E.A. Sullivan, Judge Robert L. Rodgers, Thomas Evans, Col. Beverly Daniel Evans Sr., Judge Patrick Rose Taliaferro, the Stubbs family, the Wood family, Pineus Happ, Capt. Isaac Hermann, Henry Paris, Major Mark Newman, Dr. H.N. Hollifield, Judge Beverly D. Evans, the Sparks family, William C. Matthews, Charles J. Bayne, Stanford E. Moses, Dr. John Harrison, C.I. Duggan, Wiley Harris, B.J. Tarbutton, Charles C. Parsons, Judge Ben Rawlings, Uncle Billie Smith, Judge James S. Hook, Rev. Thomas Harris, C.D. Thigpen, Miss Mary Walker Perry, Mrs. Mary Franklin, Miss Maria Brookins Haynes, Mrs. B.D. Evans, Mrs. T.E. Brown, A.J. Jernigan, Mrs. B.J. Tarbutton, and others.