Pickens County, Georgia
A part of the American History & Genealogy Project.


The Georgia General Assembly passed the act to create Pickens County from portions of Cherokee and Gilmer counties on December 5, 1853. Pickens County was named for the American Revolutionary War General Andrew Pickens.


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Pickens County AHGP Interim Webmaster Paula Franklin

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Bartow County / Cherokee County / Dawson County
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