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  • is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. Named for Revolutionary War hero Johann, Baron de Kalb (1721–1780), the county was created by the Indiana legislature in 1835 and organized in 1837. As of 2010, the population was 42,223. The county seat is Auburn^[1].
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African-American Life in DeKalb County, 1823-1970 (Images of America: Georgia)
African-American Life in DeKalb County, 1823-1970 (Images of America: Georgia)
Within these pages, discover little-known facts about the county's past residents, including Bukumbo, the young girl who was brought from Africa to Decatur to serve as a nurse, who quickly became a beloved member of the family and died only a short while later. Learn about the great impact that the Clark and Oliver families had on Decatur, and view famous sections and landmarks of the county, including Lithonia, Ellenwood, Stone

Mountain, Doraville, Tucker, Chamblee, Clarkston, Lynwood Park, Scottdale, and South DeKalb. Whether one is well acquainted with the county's rich heritage or a newcomer just becoming familiar with the people and places that make up the county's history, African-American Life in DeKalb County: 1823-1970 offers something for everyone.

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Dekalb County Courthouse
Dekalb County Courthouse
The Dekalb County Courthouse, Sycamore, Illinois. August 16, 2008.
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DeKalb County Courthouse IMG 3776
DeKalb County Courthouse, Fort Payne, Alabama

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History of DeKalb county, Tennessee
CHAPTER I.

When Tennessee Was Young,

As a definite district bearing its present name, De-
Kalb County is not old, since it was erected in 1837
and not organized until 1838. But the territory in-
cluded within its boundaries has a history we need to
know something about, along with that of the State,
and this will be treated before taking up its organiza-
tion.

The entire domain of Tennessee was once a part of
the State of North Carolina. Between 1750 and 1775
the first settlements were made in that portion of the
State now known as East Tennessee. When the colo-
nies there numbered several hundred whites, North
Carolina in 1777 asserted jurisdiction over the west-
ern part of her lands and formed it into Washington
County. In other words, the whole of the State of
Tennessee became Washington County, N. C.

In 1780, after Col. James Robertson with seven
of his friends — William Overall (an uncle of Col.
Abraham Overall), George Freeland, William Neely,
Edward Swanson, James Hanley, Mark Robertson, and
Zachariah White — had come over the mountains from
East Tennessee and selected the site of Nashville for
another settlement, a party of from two hundred to
three hundred of his relatives and acquaintances ar-


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CHAPTER I.

When Tennessee Was Young,

As a definite district bearing its present name, De-
Kalb County is not old, since it was erected in 1837
and not organized until 1838. But the territory in-
cluded within its boundaries has a history we need to
know something about, along with that of the State,
and this will be treated before taking up its organiza-
tion.

The entire domain of Tennessee was once a part of
the State of North Carolina. Between 1750 and 1775
the first settlements were made in that portion of the
State now known as East Tennessee. When the colo-
nies there numbered several hundred whites, North
Carolina in 1777 asserted jurisdiction over the west-
ern part of her lands and formed it into Washington
County. In other words, the whole of the State of
Tennessee became Washington County, N. C.

In 1780, after Col. James Robertson with seven
of his friends — William Overall (an uncle of Col.
Abraham Overall), George Freeland, William Neely,
Edward Swanson, James Hanley, Mark Robertson, and
Zachariah White — had come over the mountains from
East Tennessee and selected the site of Nashville for
another settlement, a party of from two hundred to
three hundred of his relatives and acquaintances ar-


Product description
If you HATE the book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words, this book is for you.
We don't use OCR'd book technology (Optical character recognition, usually abbreviated to OCR, is the mechanical or electronic translation of scanned images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into machine-encoded text) to make the kindle version but we bring to you by THE SCANNING OR PHOTOGRAPH PROCESS. So everything you see here is almost same as original version. It may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact.
We hope you enjoy and are satisfied with our book. For more interesting books, please search for ‘AMA publication’.
AMA Publication
Important Notice!! Please read before you purchase.
- This book was produced from scanning process so you CAN’T use some text feature such as Adjust Font Size, Search or Highlight.
- Since this book does NOT support TEXT adjustment Function, we strongly do not recommend reading it with mobile phone, Android, BB or any small device.
- This book does NOT support Text To Speech Function.

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