Monument to Texas Revolution Georgia Battalion Volunteers

Location: Albany, Texas
Source: Sarah Reveley


Source: Rick Allen 5/4/17

The Albany News (Albany, Texas), Vol. 100, No. 45, Ed. 1,

Wednesday, May 12, 1976

p. 1 “Albany to Erect Fountain”

Source: Rick Allen 3/25/17

The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 101, No. 1, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 30, 1976

p. 1 “Georgia Fountain Opened with Beautiful Ceremonies”

p. 4 “Official Memorandum of Dolph Briscoe, Governor or Texas”

p. 6 “Up & Down the Street”

Source: Rick Allen 3/22/17

The Texas Historian, Volume 40, Number 4, March 1980

Author: Darla Holder, Albany High School

Article starts on page 10 (5 pages) — A history of the Georgia Battalion itself and the history of the 1976 monument in Albany, TX, including texts of the plaques

Letter from Molly Sauder

About the Georgia Battalion Monument in Albany by Rick Allen

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