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County OfficialsDeath CertificatesEarly ChenilleEarly DoctorsEarly Newspapers
Fort MountainFree Negroes 1870GatewaysHistorical County LinesHistorical Markers
History of MurrayKorean WarLandmarks LostListsMemoirs of a Slave
Methodist ChurchMurray ArtistsMurray CemeteriesMurray CharactersMurray Census 1834
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Murray Post OfficesMurray QuiltsMurray SchoolsOld News StoriesPhotographs
Planned DisplaysPoemsPrized PossessionsRoad to Dalton 1950Rolling Stores
Roseville PotterySchool ValentinesStained GlassTime CapsulesVann House
Vann SlavesVeterans MemorialVietnam WarVintage ADsWar Dead
Wood VasesWorld War IWorld War IIWright Hotel 
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Many find it easier to understand history expressed as lists. Some lists can be definitive from the day they are created, such as the list of Murray County's Elected Officials, 1832-1986. Other lists, such as Early Doctors, might never actually be completed. This museum section will include both types.

Several heads can be better than one. Together we can create lists that are more completethan those created from the knowledge and memory of a single individual.


Bedspread, Rug, and Carpet Manufacturing

Cherokee Chiefs Early 1700s to Present

Cherokees Issued Rations at New Echota Nov. 1836 - June 1838

Cherokee Siler and Chapman Rolls, Murray County, 1851-1952

Cotton Gins

Depot Employees

Early Doctors

Early Newspapers


Fords and Crossings

Georgia Census of Murray County, 1834

Grist Mills

Hotels and Early Motels

Murray Citizens Who Worked for Railroad in 1940

Murray Citizens Working in the Talc Industry in 1910

Murray County's Elected Officials, 1832-1986

Murray County Rangers in Cherokee Removal, 1838

Murray County Military Pensions for War of 1812

Murray Households From 1893 Map

Post Offices

Questions Seeking Answers

Slave Owners 1860

Union Army Service

Vann House Owners

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