Dawn Watson, County Coordinator
Liz Nash, Regional Assistant, Northeast Region
Linda Blum Barton, State Coordinator
Dawson County, Georgia, was created on December 3, 1857 from parts of Gilmer and Lumpkin Counties. It was named for lawyer and politician William C. Dawson. The County seat is Dawsonville.
William Crosby Dawson
1798 - 1856
More on the history of Dawson Co., GA.
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Currently, there are no records housed at this site; however, the USGenWeb Archives for Dawson County contains several wonderful records transcriptions in the following categories:
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Genealogical and historical publications about Dawson County as of May 2012:
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