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Georgia General Assembly

A form of representative government has existed in Georgia since January 1751. Its modern embodiment, known as the Georgia General Assembly, is one of the largest state legislatures in the nation.

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Jefferson Franklin Long (1836-1901)

Jefferson Franklin Long was Georgia's first African American congressman and the first Black member to speak on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.

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John Abbot (1751-ca. 1840)

Naturalist and artist John Abbot advanced the knowledge of the flora and fauna of the South by sending superbly mounted specimens and exquisitely detailed

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Lee County

Lee County, which spans 356 square miles, was created by an act of the

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Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries