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Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Closed on Holidays
Call (229) 226-9640 to learn how to participate in our program to acquire Confederate microfilm records by donation.
- General reference works
- Family histories
- Emigration/immigration records
- Marriage and death records
- Internet Access
- Family Tree Maker CD Roms
- Census records on microfilm:
- Georgia 1820-1880, 1900-1930
- Georgia Soundex 1880, 1900-1930
- Virginia 1810-1840
- North Carolina, South Carolina 1800 - 1850
- Florida 1830-1860
- Alabama 1830-1860
- 1860 and 1870 Georgia Agriculture Schedules
- Printed Census Indexes for many states
- State and county histories
- Georgia County Guides and Abstracts
- Other records on microfilm:
- Early Thomas County probate, marriage and land records
- Thomas County Confederate pension records
- 2,800 rolls of U.S. Revolutionary War pension applications
- Early Thomasville and Thomas County newspapers
- 1809 - 1869 Georgia Journal newspaper
- 1786 - 1823 Augusta Chronicle newspaper
- International Genealogical Index, United States
- Leon S. Hollingsworth Genealogical Card File microfilm consisting of information
on individuals from throughout the Southeast
- Leonardo Andrea Genealogical Collection microfilm with emphasis on South Carolina research
- National Society Colonial Dames of America Register of Ancestors
- Fine Arts books including the Encyclopedia of World Art, museum catalogs, and other periodicals
- The Hopkins Collection, assembled by Miss Elizabeth Hopkins, one of the most comprehensive collections of work on Thomas County and its families. It includes family records, obituaries and church histories.
- The Singletary Collection of Yvonne Miller Brunton includes Bladcn County, North Carolina records, correspondence, and family records collected during her research for the Singletary Family History, 1585 - 1989.
- A collection of rare and out-of-print books.
- Library equipment includes microfilm readers and reader/printers, microfiche reader, computers and copy machine.
- The Library publishes Origins, a quarterly covering portions of Southwest Georgia. Origins is included with annual membership.