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Although this site will not contain genealogies, those seeking information about early residents of Murray County eventually can find useful information here.

Historically important data, documents, and information will be available soon. More importantly, what you find at this site will be easier to use than any existing versions of the same material because this will be searchable by computer. In fact, a search engine will enable visitors to search the entire site for any subject they type in. As an advanced search option, they can extend their search to the entire World Wide Web and see the search results in just a few seconds. Try doing that with a book without an index!! Heck, try doing it even with an index!! No comparison!

Once we find volunteers who can scan them and create computer files from what is scanned, we hope to post the full text of such works as these:

  • My Life and Travels (Branham)
  • The Cherokees (Allen)
  • Early Marriages in Murray County
  • Cemeteries in Murray County
  • Censuses of Murray County

Visitors who want to do serious research about Murray County, Georgia will also find numerous other on-line resources identified on this website, each with a linkage that will immediately connect with their computer.. These sites provide documents, lists, articles, newspapers, pictures, etc., related to Murray County's history, many available absolutely nowhere else. After checking out the linked site, visitors can return to by clicking the back-page button on their computer's control panel. In actuality, those doing scholarly research might spend hours or days searching just the contents of one of the linked sites. Museum visitors can stay home, yet conduct serious research in some of the finest facilities in the world!

This concept is explained more fully in the Gateways section. That section provides links to major libraries of the world.

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