The Heritage of Paulding County, GA 1832-1999
· This 1 ½ inch thick hardbound book is the pride and joy of the Paulding County Historical Society. Within the covers of this book are hundreds of family histories submitted by citizens of Paulding County, Georgia. Articles and stories of the people, places, and forgotten attractions of Paulding County. Once you open the book you won’t be able to stop reading.
Cemeteries of Paulding County, GA (Revised)
· The second publication of its kind this book represents every person buried in Paulding County, Georgia. Using the table of contents readers can quickly locate their cemetery of interest and browse the list of people buried. A must have book for any researcher.
Paulding County; Its People and Places Volume I
· Written by the late William A. Foster Jr., this book tells the full story of Paulding County including the Native Americans who once inhabited this region. This book describes the history of Paulding County, Georgia in detail diving into the original churches, founders of the region, and much, much, more…
Paulding County; Its People and Places Volume II-A Supplement
Out of stock. Possible reprint in the future.
· This book is comprised of copied old records of jury lists, land lots, marriage records, and tax digests dating back into the early stages of Paulding County, Georgia.
Civil War Survivor
· A modest book telling the history of the historic Henderson House in downtown Dallas, Georgia. The book delves into the history behind the house, from its construction, owners, and colorful history.
175th Anniversary DVD (Film)
· Not a paper bound publication, this anniversary DVD was created for the celebration of Paulding County’s 175th anniversary. A 45-minute film that tells the story of Paulding County, Georgia. Includes interviews with long-time residents of Paulding County, Mary Smith, Judy Hardy, and much, much, more…
Cooking Through the Years With the Paulding County Historical Society (Cookbook)
TO PURCHASE ITEMS - send a letter listing item/s wanted with a check (including shipping costs) to PCHS, P.O. BOX 333, DALLAS, GA 30132 or visit the MUSEUM which is currently open the first and third Saturday of every month from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM. You can also use Paypal.