STEWART County, Georgia
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The area was inhabited by Native Americans in the Pre-Columbian period.

Stewart County was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 23, 1830, from land that had been part of Randolph County, Georgia. The County is named for Daniel Stewart, an Indian fighter, Revolutionary War veteran, and the great-grandfather of U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt.
The county seat is Lumpkin, Georgia.

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Neighboring Counties

Chattahoochee County, Georgia - north

Webster County, Georgia - east

Randolph County, Georgia - south

Barbour County, Alabama - west

Russell County, Alabama - northwest

Towns/Cities in Stewart County

Lumpkin --Richland

Unincorporated Communities:
Greengrove (unincorporated) -- Louvale (unincorporated) 
Omaha (unincorporated)

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