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Milledgeville,

city (1990 pop. 17,727), seat of Baldwin co., central Ga., on the Oconee River, in a fertile farm area; inc. 1836. Among its industries are the manufacture of clothing, carpets, and aircraft parts. Laid out in 1803 as the site of the state capital, Milledgeville was the seat of government from 1807 to 1868. Many antebellum homes survive, including the old executive mansion (1838) and the old state capitol (1807), now part of Georgia Military College. The city is also the site of Georgia College & State University and Central State Hospital, founded in 1842, and Andalusia, Flannery O'ConnorO'Connor, Flannery
(Mary Flannery O'Connor), 1925–64, American author, b. Savannah, Ga., grad. Women's College of Georgia (A.B., 1945), Iowa State Univ. (M.F.A., 1947).
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The mandatory site visit was scheduled for Thursday December 3, 2015 at 10:00 AM at 110 N ABC Street, Milledgeville Georgia 31061.
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One cartoon shows two young Milledgeville lads walking by the college.
O'Connor's protected Savannah childhood came to an end when her father's business failures and poor health forced the family to move north, first to the Cline domicile in Milledgeville, then Atlanta, then back to Milledgeville, where her father died of lupus in 1941 when Flannery was 15.
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