Sara Brantley, a local history buff, said historical markers around Milledgeville-Baldwin County highlight significant events, places and people from times past. Pictured is Brantley reading the “Troup-Clark Political Feud” historical marker located across from the Mary Vinson Memorial Library on the corner of East Greene and South Jefferson streets.
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