Dublin, circa 1900. A mule-drawn wagon loaded with bales of cotton is stopped in front
Store on North Jackson Street (Circa 1900) J. D. Smith & Son - Wagon loaded with hay bales
drawn by
mules.

These men are rafting timber down the Oconee River in Laurens County, circa

Photo to Right
Timber rafting down the Oconee River around
1890.


Trivia Question:  Did you know

Walker Smith Jr., who later changed his name to Sugar Ray Robinson and went on to become a six-time world boxing champion was from Laurens'?

HISTORY:  Read Laurens County
section of the Historical Collections of
Georgia by Reverend George White. MA.
You can read more of those collections
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