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Visiting Roosevelt’s Little White House

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America’s longest-serving president, was afflicted with polio, which brought him to the state of Georgia. Warm Springs’ namesake waters were a retreat for him, so he established the┬áRoosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation and his home, called the Little White House. He visited nearly every year and it was his time […]

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Visiting Hills and Dales Estate

Originally home to private Ferrell Gardens in the 1800s, the Callaway family purchased the property in 1912 and started building their Italianate estate shortly afterwards around the existing gardens. The white stucco exterior and red tile roof stand out amongst the otherwise green surroundings. The family found success in five-and-dime stores, agricultural equipment and textiles […]

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Visiting the Atlanta History Center

Founded in 1926, the Atlanta History Center is a complex of multiple buildings that represent the history of Atlanta, the state of Georgia, and the southern United States. Among their exhibitions at this location are the Swan House, the Tullie Smith House, and the main museum. They also have a research facility and will soon […]

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