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Incorporated: The town of Uvalda, in the county of Montgomery was incorporated on July 22, 1910.
Please view Page 1224 of the "Acts and Resolutions of General Assembly of the State of Georgia - 1910" for details.
Total Area: 1.9 square miles
The City of Uvalda will host it's annual Old Time Farm Festival, October 14-16 2011!
History - Montgomery County
Montgomery County, the 18th county formed in Georgia, was created in 1793 from part of Washington County. The county was named for Revolutionary War General Richard Montgomery who was mortally wounded at the siege of Quebec. Portions of the original county went to form parts of Wheeler, Tattnall, Toombs, Emanuel, Treutlen and Dodge counties.
The Ocmulgee and Oconee Rivers join to form the Altamaha River at the county's southern border.Almost 53% of the county's land is in farms. Only 20 Georgia counties have a larger proportion of land area dedicated to farming.