Andersonville is a city in Sumter County, Georgia, United States. The population was 331 at the 2000 census (174 in 1910). It is located in the southwest part of the state, about 60 miles (97 km) southwest of Macon, Georgia on the Central of Georgia railroad.
Welcome to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Flood Map Viewer. The viewer displays effective DFIRM floodzones for the entire state of Georgia. Disclaimer. The data shown is provided as a reference only and does not imply accuracy with regard to horizontal or vertical location.
This historic designation map shows the location of each local historic district in Athens-Clarke County, and also the location of most local historic landmarks in the county (this map may take a few moments to open). National Register districts are listed on the National Register of Historic Places website. Interactive Historic District Story Map
In 2009, USGS began the release of a new generation of topographic maps (US Topo) in electronic form, and in 2011, complemented them with the release of high-resolution scans of more than 178,000 historical topographic maps of the United States.
Discover picturesque antebellum homes in one of Georgia’s oldest and largest National Historic Districts. Explore stunning attractions, one-of-a-kind shops, and renowned restaurants. Celebrate the outdoors on beautiful hiking trails in one of Georgia's largest state parks - Hard Labor Creek. Relax in some of the South’s most amazing inns, bed and breakfasts and hotels. Come for the day or ...
Historical Maps and Information Historical maps of Franklin County dating back to 1842, as well as township maps, road record books, subdivision plats, private surveys, county road construction plans, and county road right-of-way plans are housed in the Records Management Office of the Surveying Department.
(This is a NEW Davidson County, NC, not to be confused with the original Davidson County in Washington District/ Washington County that became Tennessee. This new Davidson County is a long way from the original, which was west of present-day North Carolina.) Haywood County gained from "Indian Lands"-----1822