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[NB: Works NOT necessarily available at TROY-Dothan Campus or Wiregrass Archives.]
Anglin, J. W. A History Of Zion Church. Blakely, GA : [The author?], 1930. Book 18 leaves : port. ; 31 cm.
Brooks, Rusty. Early County In Perspective. [Athens, Ga.] : Cooperative Extension Service, University of Georgia, 1987. Book 31 leaves : chiefly ill. ; 28 cm.
Early County Bicentennial Commission.; Publication Committee. Early County In 1976. Blakely, Ga. : The Committee, 1977. Book vi, 111 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Economic Profile Of Blakely (Early County), Georgia. [Atlanta]: Georgia Institute of Technology, Engineering Experiment Station, Industrial Development Division, 1971. Book 25 p. 28 cm.
Evans, Tad. Decatur/Early Counties, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings. Savannah, Ga. : T. Evans, 1998. Book v. ; 29 cm.
Fish, Paul R., Suzanne K Fish, Sharon I Goad. Prehistoric Settlement In The Dry Creek Watershed : Results Of An Archaeological Survey For The U.S.D.A. Soil Conservation Service In Decatur, Seminole, Miller, And Early Counties, Georgia. Laboratory of Archaeology Series, Report. no. 14. Athens : University of Georgia, 1977. Book 43 p. : ill. (some fold.) ; 28 cm.
Kolomoki Mounds State Park, Blakely, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. : Georgia Dept. of State Parks, 1965. 1 folded sheet (6 p.) : ill. ; 22 cm.
McDowell, Dudley Howard. The Last Veteran: An Untold Story Of An Old Confederate Flag Pole. Colquitt, Ga., Automat Printers, 1961. Book 55 p. illus., ports. 23 cm.
Perry, Joel Washington. Some Pioneer History Of Early County, 1818-1871. [S.l. : s.n., 1871. Book 59 p., 24 cm.
Rich, P. D. Bud. New York : Pyramid Press, 1939. Book 186 p. ; 20 cm.
Sears, William H. Excavations at Kolomoki. 4 volumes. Athens, University of Georgia Press, ca. 1983. Microform 4 v. illus., maps (part fold.)
Sears, William H. Excavations At Kolomoki Final Report. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1973. Microform 114 p. : illus., maps (part fold.).
Sears, William H. “The Prehistoric Cultural Position In The Southeast Of Kolomoki, Early County, Georgia.” Unpublished Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1950. Microform 185 p., illus., map.
Tucker, Arthur William. “Planning An Improved School Transportation Program In Early County, Georgia.” Project in applied education, University of Georgia, 1956. Book xvi, 85,  . illus., maps. 29 cm.
Whitehead, Mary Grist. Collections of Early County Historical Society. 2 volumes. Blakely, Ga., Early County Historical Society, 1971, 1979. Book 2 v. illus. 24 cm.
Whitlatch, George Isaac. Analysis Of Industrial Potentials In Early County. Atlanta : Industrial Development Division, Engineering Experiment Station, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1962. Book 29 leaves, 28 cm.