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The largest of the U.S. states east of the Mississippi River and the youngest of the 13 former English colonies, Georgia was founded in 1732, at which time its boundaries were even larger—including much of the present-day states of Alabama and Mississippi. By the mid-19th century, Georgia had the greatest number of plantations of any state in the South, and in many respects epitomized plantation culture and economic dependence on slavery. In 1864, Union General William Tecumseh Sherman invaded Georgia, captured Atlanta and began his infamous March to the Sea, cutting a 200-mile-wide swath of fire and destruction reaching all the way to Savannah. Georgia’s landscape varies greatly as it sweeps from the Appalachian Mountains in the north to the marshes of the Atlantic coast on the southeast to the Okefenokee Swamp on the south.
Flying Monk Noodle Bar, Savannah, GeorgiaFlying Monk Noodle BarSavannah, GeorgiaThe Flying Monk Noodle Bar has become by far one of the most popular Asian restaurants in Savannah. The rich flavors and authentic ingredients...Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Savannah, GeorgiaJuliette Gordon Low BirthplaceSavannah, GeorgiaJuliette Gordon Low, Founder of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, was born, October 31, 1860. It was her girlhood home until her...Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, GeorgiaOakland CemeteryAtlanta, GeorgiaCity fathers purchased six acres in 1850 to be a public burial ground for a young but fast-growing town that already had a population of more than...Noble Hardee House, Savannah, GeorgiaNoble Hardee HouseSavannah, GeorgiaTwo-story stuccoed masonry house with attic and high basement, featuring a cast iron balcony and balustrade and gold painted outer frames on...Warren A. Candler Hospital, Savannah, GeorgiaWarren A. Candler HospitalSavannah, GeorgiaGeorgia's first hospital, this institution is believed to be the second oldest general hospital in continuous operation in the United States. It...The Wedding Cake Mansion, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Wedding Cake MansionSavannah, GeorgiaDating back to 1869, the Second Empire Baroque building has earned historical certification for its sympathetic period renovations, carefully...Old Fayette County Courthouse, Fayetteville, GeorgiaOld Fayette County CourthouseFayetteville, GeorgiaThis County, created by Acts of the Legislature May 15 and December 24, 1821, is named for the Marquis de LaFayette, famous French General who came...Swift-Kyle House, Columbus, GeorgiaSwift-Kyle HouseColumbus, GeorgiaGeorge Parker Swift and his daughter and son-in-law owned the mansion which dates from the antebellum period. It dates to 1857 and was remodeled...Alpha Delta Pi, Dekalb County, GeorgiaAlpha Delta PiDekalb County, GeorgiaAlpha Delta Pi Sorority was founded May 15 1851 at Wesleyan College in Macon Georgia as the first secret society in the world for college women,...Habersham Memorial Hall, Atlanta, GeorgiaHabersham Memorial HallAtlanta, GeorgiaJoseph Habersham Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was organized February 12, 1900 at the Executive Mansion. Mrs....Swan House at Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, GeorgiaSwan House at Atlanta History CenterAtlanta, GeorgiaSwan House was completed in 1928 for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hamilton Inman, heirs to a cotton-brokerage fortune. Named for the swan motif found...Trolley Barn, Atlanta, GeorgiaTrolley BarnAtlanta, GeorgiaThe Trolley Barn opened in August, 1889, as the service and housing facility for Atlanta's first electric street railway line, running from the...Busy Bee Cafe, Atlanta, GeorgiaBusy Bee CafeAtlanta, GeorgiaThe Busy Bee Café, located in the West End-Vine City neighborhood just west of downtown Atlanta serves as the epitome of Southern Black cuisine....Rhodes Hall, Atlanta, GeorgiaRhodes HallAtlanta, GeorgiaRhodes Memorial Hall was originally the home of furniture magnate Amos Giles Rhodes. This 1904 Romanesque Revival building was inspired by the...Herndon Home Museum, Atlanta, GeorgiaHerndon Home MuseumAtlanta, GeorgiaCompleted in 1910, the Herndon Home, was the residence of Alonzo Herndon and his family. Herdon was a former slave raised in a sharecropping family...Martin Luther King, Jr. - Birth Home, Atlanta, GeorgiaMartin Luther King, Jr. - Birth HomeAtlanta, GeorgiaThe King Birth Home is located at 501 Auburn Avenue. It was built in 1895, about one block east of Ebenezer Baptist Church in the National Historic...Lemuel P. Grant Mansion, Atlanta, GeorgiaLemuel P. Grant MansionAtlanta, GeorgiaIt is one of only three antebellum houses in the city of Atlanta still standing in their original locations. It is also by far the closest to what...Bar Food, Savannah, GeorgiaBar FoodSavannah, GeorgiaThere is a lot of modern style with an oriental flair to this little neighborhood bar. The most popular special during the week is the one-dollar...Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, GeorgiaGeorgia Historical SocietySavannah, GeorgiaThe Georgia Historical Society, founded May 24, 1839, is one of the oldest historical societies in the country. Among it founders were L.K. Tefft,...Brockington Hall Event Venue and Inn, Savannah, GeorgiaBrockington Hall Event Venue and InnSavannah, GeorgiaThis lovely house was built in 1882 for Julius LeHardy, M.D., a pioneering researcher and author in the study of quarantine as a treatment modality...
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