Georgia

Georgia became the 4th state on January 2, 1788. Atlanta is the state capital. There are currently has 159 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

Appling  Atkinson Bacon Baker Baldwin 
Banks Barrow Bartow Ben Hill  Berrien
Bibb Bleckley Brantley Brooks Bryan
Bulloch  Burke Butts  Calhoun Camden
Candler  Carroll  Catoosa Charlton Chatham 
Chattahoochee Chattooga Cherokee  Clarke  Clay 
Clayton Clinch Cobb  Coffee  Colquitt
Columbia Cook Coweta Crawford Crisp
Dade Dawson  Decatur DeKalb  Dodge
Dooly  Dougherty Douglas Early  Echols
Effinngham  Elbert  Emanuel  Evans Fannin 
Fayette  Floyd Forsyth Franklin Fulton
Gilmer  Glascock  Glynn Gordon Grady 
Greene  Gwinnett Habersham Hall Hancock
Haralson  Harris  Hart  Heard  Henry 
Houston  Irwin  Jackson Jasper Jeff Davis
Jefferson Jenkins  Johnson  Jones  Lamar
Lanier  Laurens  Lee Liberty Lincoln
Long Lowndes Lumpkin Macon Madison 
Marion McDuffie McIntosh Meriwether Miller
Mitchell  Monroe Montgomery  Morgan  Murray
Muscogee  Newton Oconee  Oglethorpe  Paulding
Peach  Pickens Pierce Pike Polk
Pulaski  Putnam Quitman Rabun Randolph
Richmond  Rockdale  Schley Screven Seminole 
Spalding  Stephens  Stewart  Sumter  Talbot
Taliaferro  Tattnall  Taylor Telfair Terrell 
Thomas Tift Toombs Towns Treutlen
Troup  Turner Twiggs Union Upson
Walker  Walton Ware  Warren Washington
Wayne  Webster Wheeler White  Whitfield 
Wilcox Wilkes Wilkinson  Worth

 

Georgia Supreme Court

 

Atlanta  ( Edward Columbus Hosford – Architect )

 

 

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State Capitol – Atlanta

 

 

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Governor Mansion – Atlanta