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The Commissioner's Corner is the web home of Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner Avery Niles.
Although it's ina building that's gloomy, I still say it's mine.My church is not very nice to see, for it's also my temporary home, that's been assigned just to me.Sound of light footsteps, assuming a child, running down the hall.The sound of doors slamming loud enough to wake a sleeping adult and strong enough to feel a vibration on a wall has been reported.The county was originally Creek Indian hunting lands opened by the Treaty of Augusta of 1783.
It was primarily settled by small scale farmers from the Carolinas in the early and mid 1800s who were attracted by naval stores and the lumber industry.The city was named in 1903 after John Franklin Soper, a construction engineer for the railroad.The county’s history has always been tied in some part to its vast green forests of southern yellow pine.Its Indian frontier history is attested by the fact that one of the last Georgia forts to protect citizens from Indian attacks was built in 1793 on Berryhill’s Bluff on the Oconee River in Treutlen County, near Lothair.There are many known, as well as unrecorded, archaeological sites in Treutlen County. Troup, whose terms in office were noted for the removal of Creek Indians from the state, is buried in Treutlen County.My church is my room, they tell me I'll be living here for a year.