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About North Georgia

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North Georgia · History · American Indians · Travel · Biography · State Parks · North Georgia Events The evolution of About North Georgia has begun! Check out the new About North Georgia with our North Georgia Events section featuring the Apple Festival, the Sorghum Festival and all the other great fall attractions. You can also look at these North Georgia Events by month Treasures of I-20 Our new roads section features information about current and historic thoroughfares in North Georgia. In our inaugural piece, Larry Worthy tells of a myriad of attractions you can see between Atlanta and Augusta More roads Creature Teachers Maureen Krivo takes us to the Paulding County Animal Shelter to introduce us to another way of giving back to the local community whether you adopt a dog or cat, or v Read More
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Ben's Guide (3-5): Quick Facts: Georgia

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Quick Facts: Georgia Capital City: Atlanta See a picture of your Congressperson in the Congressional Pictorial Directory ! Requires Adobe Acrobat. Nickname: Peach State / Goober state/ Empire State of the South Motto: Wisdom, justice, and moderation Statehood: January 2, 1788 (4th) Origin of State's Name: Named for King George II of England. Largest Cities: Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, Macon, Albany Border States: Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee Land Area: 57,919 sq. mi.; 21st largest State Bird: Brown Thrasher State Flower: Cherokee Rose (rosa laevigata) State Tree: Live oak (quercus virginiana) State Song: Georgia on My Mind E-mail your Congressperson: U.S. House: 110th Congress U.S. Senate: 110th Congress Or look up your Congressperson in the Congressional Di Read More
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Cornelia Walker Bailey Sapelo Island Georgia Gullah African-AmericanCulture Storyteller

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"I Am Sapelo" By Cornelia Walker Bailey Sapelo Island, Georgia I am here to represent Sapelo Island, a little hammock on the Georgia Coast. It's a dying form of life we have here. In some ways I relish the new way while at the same time I feel such a heavy loss for the vanishing of the old ways. Life on Sapelo goes on much as it does anywhere else, but if you get to really see and feel what's here, you will see the difference. The proud faces as well as the angry walk, the easy smile as well as the hard frown, the easy life as well as the hardship, it's all there reflected in the faces and stature of each individual. The old who don't want to change and the young who does. But get to know the young ones and you will see tradition and hear pride. We are all proud of our heritage. I can stil Read More
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Georgia

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Georgia Known today as the "Peach State," Georgia, founded in 1733, is one of the original 13 states. It was named in honor of England's King George II. During the Civil War, the fall of Atlanta was a crucial turning point in the defeat of the South. Today, Atlanta, which became Georgia's capital in 1868, is a thriving city with major national corporations, and it is considered the economic and cultural center of the Southeast. The state flower is the Cherokee rose. Swamp Gravy? A Gold Rush in Georgia? Choose another State Georgia A Gold Rush in Georgia? "Gold Rush Days / World Open Gold Panning Championship" A Town That's a Museum "Westville Yule Log Ceremony" Down by the Mill "Prater's Mill" Jugtown "Georgia Folk Pottery" Swamp Gravy? "Swamp Gravy" The Burning of Atlanta "Atlanta's Role Read More
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Georgia Farm Bureau - Voice of Georgia Farmers

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Your browser does not support script Search the Georgia Farm Bureau site Enter a City or Zip for your Weather: READ OUR LEGAL NOTICE Member LOGIN • Insurance • Legislative • NEWS • FB Jobs • AG Links Read More
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Georgia QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

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State & County QuickFacts FAQ What's New Select Another State USA QuickFacts Georgia counties - selection map Select a county Appling County Atkinson County Bacon County Baker County Baldwin County Banks County Barrow County Bartow County Ben Hill County Berrien County Bibb County Bleckley County Brantley County Brooks County Bryan County Bulloch County Burke County Butts County Calhoun County Camden County Candler County Carroll County Catoosa County Charlton County Chatham County Chattahoochee County Chattooga County Cherokee County Clarke County Clay County Clayton County Clinch County Cobb County Coffee County Colquitt County Columbia County Cook County Coweta County Crawford County Crisp County Dade County Dawson County Decatur County DeKalb County Dodge County Dooly County Dougherty Read More
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Georgia State Symbols Capital Constitution Flags Maps Song

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Search: [ 50states.com ] [ Yellow Pages ] [ White Pages ] [ Biographies ] [ Birds ] [ City Guides ] [ Facts ] [ Colleges ] [ Countries ] [ Flags ] [ Newspapers ] [ Site Map ] [ Songs ] [ Study Tools ] [ Tax Forms ] [ Search ] [ Back ] [ Next ] Capital City: Atlanta City Guides: Georgia City Guides Location: 33.762N, 84.422W Capitol Tour Georgia Yellow Pages Category: Name: City: State: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut D.C. Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Read More
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Georgia World Congress Center | Welcome

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Gadome.com : Centennialpark.com : Atlanta.net : Feedback : Employment : Contact Georgia World Congress Center Authority Event Planners Home Event Portfolio Virtual Tour Floor Plans Policies & Procedures Services / Amenities About Atlanta Rates RFP Media Kit Contact Exhibitors Home Online Ordering Services / Amenities Exhibitors Video Policies & Procedures Floor Plans Maps / Directions About Atlanta Media Kit Exhibitor Manual Contact Attendees Home About the Facility About Atlanta Maps / Directions GWCC Georgia Dome Centennial Park Latest News Archive Big Event E-NewsLetter Airport Public Transportation Taxis Driving Parking Maps Campus Shuttle About the Authority GWCC Authority History Fun Facts Employment Vendor Opportunities Contact Us Read More
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Georgia: History, Geography, Population, and State Facts — Infoplease.com

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Site Map | FAQ in All Infoplease Almanacs • General • Entertainment • Sports Biographies Dictionary Encyclopedia Spelling Checker Daily Almanac for Nov 23, 2007 Search White Pages Skip Navigation Home Almanacs Atlas Encyclopedia Dictionary Thesaurus Features Quizzes Timelines Countries American Indian Heritage Month World & News United States History & Gov't Biography Sports Arts & Ent. Business Society & Culture Health & Science Homework Center Fact Monster Kid's reference, games, quizzes Daily Almanac This Day in History Today's Birthday Word of the Day Editor's Favorites American Indian Heritage Month Thanksgiving Advent Hanukkah Pearl Harbor Day Campaign 2008 Pakistan Country Profile Iraq Timeline Presidential Factfile NFL Team Profiles Daylight Saving Time 2007 Current Read More
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Gwinnett County, Georgia

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Introduction to Georgia - The United States of America

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|| HOME || INTRO || SYMBOLS || ALMANAC || ECONOMY || GEOGRAPHY || STATE MAPS || PEOPLE || FORUM || NEWS || COOL SCHOOLS || STATE QUIZ || BOOK STORE || MARKETPLACE || STATE LINKS || NETSTATE.STORE || NETSTATE.MALL || GUESTBOOK || CONTACT US Hotels in Georgia Atlanta Hotels Savannah Hotels Macon Hotels Augusta Hotels Recommend this page to friends J ames Oglethorpe was angry after a friend of his died in debtors' prison and called for an investigation into the conditions of British jails. He also formulated a plan to obtain the release of people from debtors' prison and to establish a new colony, south of Carolina, to be inhabited by the "worthy poor" of London. The "worthy poor" included the debtors and other homeless people. In the Royal Charter (June 20, 1732), granted Read More
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IPL Kidspace: Stately Knowledge

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Go to the home page for this website. Go to the main content for this page. Go to main navigation for this page. Go to the top of this page. Go to the search tool for this website. Go to the contact page for this website. Go to our Ask A Question reference service. Go to the accessibility information page for this website. IPL KidSpace All of the IPL Advanced You are here: Home » Special Collections » KidSpace » Stately Knowledge KidSpace Home Ask a Question Subjects Reference The World Computers Health & Nutrition Reading Zone Math & Science Art & Music Sports & Rec. Fun Stuff Features Science Fair Stately Knowledge Learning HTML Orca Search Poison Prevention Author Page Culture Quest Story Hour Say Hello U.S. Presidents IPL Outage Notice: Due to scheduled server maintenance, the Internet Read More
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SearchSystems.net - The Largest Georgia Public Records Directory

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Home Page Search the Web Contact Us New Sites Premium Services FAQ Signup Login Search This Website: Example: cook county illinois property Advanced Search | Preferences | Helpful Hints If you have a DirectPass account, sign in here. Username: Username Help Password: Password Help • Upgrade your Premium Account to DirectPass: Click Here Subscribe Now The SearchSystems.net Public Records Directory Welcome to Search Systems - the original, largest, most up-to-date and reliable directory of public records on the Internet. Online since 1997, SearchSystems.net continues to be by far the best resource of business information, corporate filings, property records, deeds, mortgages, criminal and civil court filings, inmates, offenders, births, deaths, marriages, unclaimed property, professiona Read More
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