Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The Alapaha Store manifest is a handwritten accounting of the goods and customers that visited the Alapaha Store, a post road general store in Lakeland, Georgia, (which used to be called Alapaha. Alapaha became Milltown, which became Lakeland) between January - December, 1851. The manifest was repurposed as a scrapbook around 1870 and features newspaper clippings from national and regional papers with excerpts of poetry, bible sermons, and stories. This item has been digitized on Vtext.
A collection of records pertaining to horse and mule sales in Doctortown, GA and other areas around Savannah, Georgia from 1865-1866.