|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Kollock, George Jones, 1810-1894.|
|Title:||George Jones Kollock manuscript|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
George Jones Kollock (1810-1894) was the son of Dr. Lemuel Kollock and Maria (Campbell) Kollock, daughter of Macartan Campbell. He practiced law in Savannah from 1832-1836, then moved to Woodlands near Clarkesville, in Habersham County, Georgia, keeping overseers on his plantations.
This collection contains a manuscript on Georgia that was apparently written as a contribution to a book or sketch on Georgia, or it may have been for corrections or addenda to a published work, as some notes refer to page numbers. Authorship is attributed to George Jones Kollock as his name is written several times at the end of one section, and the handwriting resembles his. There is more than one draft for some sections, with some differences. Some drafts are incomplete. The sections are divided by topics: Georgia, situation and extent; constitution and government; statistics from the 1810 census; soil, productions, etc.; the city of Savannah; Rivers; American Revolution in Georgia.
[item identification], George Jones Kollock manuscript, MS 468, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|Section 1: Georgia, situation and extent|
|Three drafts, one of which gives an incomplete sketch of the settlement of Georgia.|
|Section 2: Constitution and government ( 5.0 p. )|
|Section 3: Statistics from the 1810 census: population, manufacturers|
|There are two drafts of the population statistics, one with notes on the history of Georgia and the other with notes on the court system.|
|Section 4: Soil, productions, etc. ( 4.0 p. )|
|Section 5: The City of Savannah ( 7.0 p. )|
|Contains state political divisions, and Rock Springs in Montgomery County.|
|Section 6: Rivers. Contains miscellaneous notes ( 4.0 p. )|
|Section 7: Outline of history of the American Revolution in Georgia ( 4.0 p. )|