Dawson. I. A N. County Of Georgia, bounded S. E. by the Chestatee river, and drained by the Etowah; area, 200 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 4,369, of whom 337 were colored. The surface is hilly, and the soil in parts fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 22,313 bushels of wheat, 102,066 of Indian corn, and 19,690 bales of cotton. The value of live stock was $105,282. Capital, Dawsonville. II. A S. central county of Nebraska, bounded S. W. by the Platte river, and intersected by the S. branch of Loup fork; area, 1,450 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 103. The surface is level and the soil in some parts sterile. The Union Pacific railroad passes through the S. part. Capital, Dawson. III. The N. E. county of Montana, bounded N. by British America, and E. by Dakota; area, about 30,-000 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 177. It is intersected by the Missouri river, and watered by Milk river, Mussel Shell river, and other tributaries of the Missouri. The Yellowstone crosses the S. E. corner. Little Rocky mountains are in the W. part. The Northern Pacific railroad is to cross the S. E. corner.