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Located in northeast Georgia, Clarke County is one of a handful of consolidated city-counties in the state of Georgia. In terms of land area Clarke County is the smallest county in the state and is home to the city of Athens, with which it is consolidated. An 1801 act of the Georgia General Assembly created Clarke County, naming it after Revolutionary War hero Elijah Clarke. Clarke has been credited with being instrumental in the American victory at the Battle of Kettle Creek. A monument erected in honor of Clarke still stands on Broad Street in Athens.
Clarke County grew alongside the University of Georgia, located in Athens, through the first half of the 19th century. The areas agricultural and cotton industries were very prosperous and the manufacturing and textile industries in Clarke County further expanded with the arrival of the railroad in 1841. The county trailed only Savannah, GA and Chatham County in capital investments during the 1840s. The county saw two skirmishes take place within its borders during the American Civil War, both occurring in 1864. Federal troops began a military occupation of Clarke County in May of that year that ended before the year was over, however federal control of the county continued until 1866.
The University of Georgia, in the county seat city of Athens, is not only the oldest, but also the largest of Georgia's higher learning institutions. The university has the distinction of being the first state-chartered school in the United States after opening its doors in 1785.
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