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Selected primary sources in STACKS
Rushforth, Brett. Colonial North America and the Atlantic world : a history in documents
E46 .C65 2009
Cashin, Edward J., 1927- A wilderness still the cradle of nature : frontier Georgia : a documentary history
F290 .W535 1994
Cashin, Edward J., 1927- Setting out to begin a new world : colonial Georgia : a documentary history
F289 .S47 1995
Worth, John E. The struggle for the Georgia coast : an 18th-century Spanish retrospective on Guale and Mocama.
GN2 .A25 Vol. 75
Reese, Trevor Richar. Our first visit in America : early reports from the Colony of Georgia, 1732-1740.
The Clamorous malcontents; criticisms & defenses of the Colongy of Georgia, 1741-173.
Reck, Phillip Georg Friedrich von, 1710-1798. Von Reck's voyage : drawings and journal of Philip Georg Friedrich von Reck.
F289 .R29 1980
Bryant, Pat. English crown grants for islands in Georgia, 1755-1775.
The Most delightful country of the universe; promotional literature of the Colony of Georgia, 1717-1734.
Journal, 1732-1735 (Gordon, Peter, 1697-1740)
F289 .G6 1963
The Journal of William Stephens (1671-1753)
Colonial records of the State of Georgia
E-BOOK PRIMARY SOURCES [access from Library Catalog]
Salley, Alexander Samuel, Narratives of early Carolina, 1650-1708
Colonial and state records of North Carolina
Azilia : a historical legend of Georgia, from 1717 : (from original papers published at the time) [SABIN Americana no. 51193]
Historical collections of South Carolina : embracing many rare and valuable pamphlets, and other documents, relating to the history of that state,
from its first discovery to its independence, in the year 1776 [in SABIN Americana]
An historical account of the rise and progress of the colonies of South Carolina and Georgia [SABIN no. 31630]
A Brief account of the establishment of the colony of Georgia under Gen. James Oglethorpe, February 1, 1733 [SABIN Americana no. 27018]
A Continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal : from his arrival at London to his departure from thence on his way to Georgia [SABIN no. 103538]
Reasons for establishing the colony of Georgia, with regard to the trade of Great Britain, the increase of our people, and the employment and support it will
afford to great numbers of our own poor, as well as foreign persecuted Protestants : with some account of the country, and the design of the trustees
[SABIN no. 45002]
A New and accurate account of the provinces of South Carolina and Georgia : with many curious and useful observations on the trade, navigation, and
plantations of Great Britain, compared with her most powerful maritime neighbors in ancient and modern times. [by Oglethorpe -- SABIN no. 87900]
A discourse concerning the design'd establishment of a new colony to the south of Carolina : in the most delightful country of the new universe. [SABIN no. 51194]