Pulaski County, Hawkinsville

                                            Pulaski County was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 13, 1808                                                                                                                                from a portion of Laurens County. The county seat is Hawkinsville. In the antebellum years,                                                                                                                           it was developed for cotton cultivation and is part of the Black Belt of Georgia, an arc of highly fertile soil.                                                                                             The County was named for Count Kazimierz Pulaski of Poland who fought and died for United States in the American Revolutionary War.


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