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Native American Landmarks of Georgia

The state of Georgia is rich in Native American history with tribes settled here long before European arrival. Cherokee and Creek tribes were forcibly removed on the Trail of Tears. There are now 10 locations in the state with National Trail of Tears designations.But these landmarks are a reminder of their legacy. New Echota State Historic […]

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Small Town Saturday: Zebulon, GA

The small town of Zebulon, Georgia was originally founded in 1825 and named for Zebulon Pike, an American explorer. Today, it has a population of fewer than 1,200 people. Centered around the red brick historic courthouse built in 1895, a number of structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Old […]

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Girlfriend Getaway Guide to Savannah

Savannah, Georgia is the ideal destination for your next girls weekend because it has everything one looks for: delicious food, nightlife, beaches, and shopping. That doesn’t even include the history, which dates back to before the founding of the United States. This weekend itinerary is ideal for people who have visited Savannah and seen all its […]

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