Several years ago I was able to download an old map of Treutlen County. I found it in a list of counties and it was the only one available for Treutlen. I made a visit to the State Archives and received digital scans on CD so I feel sure that they should be available as well.
How do I obtain and download digital information? Is it no longer available to the public or am I too virtually challenged?
The Archives e-mailed back:
Thank you for your inquiry regarding Treutlen County maps. We currently do not have maps for Treutlen County on-line. We do still have these maps available for research however you will need to come to our facility to view them. The Georgia Archives is open for research Tuesday-Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Original records are not retrieved after 4 p.m.) We are closed for all state and most federal holidays. When the holiday falls on a Friday or a Monday we are also closed on the Saturday following the Friday holiday or immediately preceding the Monday holiday. For additional information about our location, including driving directions, please see our website at www.GeorgiaArchives.org.
Blog friends: What do you think about that?
Yes, we are still making pictures of the Soperton Sign Man's signs, and we are posting them on TREUTLEN E-NEWS - http://treutlenenews.blogspot.com