Pulaski County, Georgia

Pulaski Co., GA

Pulaski County, GA


Pulaski County was created 13 December 1808 from what was then Laurens County. Georgia's 36th county was named for Polish Count Casimir Pulaski who died in Savannah of wounds suffered in the Revolutionary War. The Ocmulgee River runs through Pulaski County, and the area was the capital of the Creek Indian Confederacy.

Modern Day Adjacent Counties

Pulaski County is bordered by Bleckley, Dodge, Wilcox, Dooly and Houston Counties.

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