Lincoln County

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Overview
In 1796, the general assembly of Georgia created a new county from the eastern portion of Wilkes County in northeast Georgia. Bordered by the Savannah River to the east, the Broad River to the north, and the Little River to the south, Lincoln County quickly became a sports and recreational paradise. With the construction of Clark Hill Lake, the population increased, as did the quality of education and life. Fortunately, most of the families that populated Lincoln County are still here. Even NFL (not from Lincoln) folks settle down, become Lincoln High School Red Devil football fans, and begin to believe the small county of Lincoln and the county seat of Lincolnton really are paradise.
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ISBN: 9780738593876
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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State: Georgia
Series: Images of America
Images: 232
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Beatrice Kovacs Mitchum, a recent retiree to Lincoln County, is an NFL resident who felt that the rest of the world should learn of the county's history and beauty. She taught for 22 years at UNC-Greensboro. Dianne Morgan Poteat is originally from Brooklet, Georgia, and developed the genealogical and historical collections of the Lincoln County Public Library. Photographs from the library's collection and donors in the county constitute this work.
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