One Hundred Three Lost or Found Cemeteries of Baldwin County, Georgia 1814-1999
by Elizabeth L. Dawson, Louise M. Horne, and Anne M. King (Compilers)
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Darien, Georgia, United States
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- One Hundred Three Lost or Found Cemeteries of Baldwin County, Georgia 1814-1999
- Elizabeth L. Dawson, Louise M. Horne, and Anne M. King (Compilers)
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- Used - Fine
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- First Edition.
- Mary Vinson Memorial Library
- Place of Publication
- Milledgeville Ga.
- Date Published
- BALDWIN COUNTY GEORGIA CEMETERIES, GEORGIA, HISTORY, CEMETERIES
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- Black Americana-Black Interest; Georgia; Genealogy;
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