Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials, and Legends: Volume 1, Part 1

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Dungeness The Bivouac of Light Horse Harry Lee for Nearly a Century
1
Jefferson Daviss Arrest at Irwinville The True Story of a Dramatic Episode
13
The Old Creek Indian Agency Where a Forgotten Patriot Sleeps
18
Barnsley Gardens A Lost Arcadia
27
Shellman Heights A Romance of Shermans March
31
The Lone Star Flag of Texas Woven by a Georgia Woman
34
Little Giffen of Tennessee How a Famous Ballad Came to be Written
39
James Ryder Randall Origin of Maryland My Maryland
45
Louisville Georgias First Permanent Capital
146
The Yazoo Fraud An Episode of Dramatic Inetrest Recalled
149
Burning the Iniquitous Records With Fire From Heaven
152
The Old SlaveMarket A Solitary Remnant of Feudal Days in Dixie
154
Historic Old Milledgeville Georgias Capital for More Than Six Decades
156
Mcintosh Rock Where the Most Famous of Georgia Treaties Was Made With the Creeks
161
New Echota The Last Capital of the Southern Cherokees
170
Under the Lash Pathetic Incidents of the Removal
176

Oglethorpe His Monument and His Mission
50
Fort Frederica 1735
59
The Wesley Oak
66
Coweta Town Where a Treaty was Signed the Effect of Which was a DeathBlow to France on the Mississippi
69
Bloody Marsh Where a Battle was Fought in which Spain Lost a Continent
73
Christ Church Savannah Where the Georgia Colonists First Worshipped God
77
Bethesda Where the Great Whitefield Founded an Asylum for Orphans
80
The Grave of TomoChiChi
85
Wormsloe The Home of Noble Jones
87
Bonaventure The Ancient Seat of The Tattnalls
90
Brampton The Home of Jonathan Bryan
93
The Jews in Georgia An Outline History
97
Savannahs Revolutionary Monuments
103
Mulberry Grove The General Greene Estate Where the Cotton Gin Was Invented
108
Fort Augusta 1736
113
Historic Old St Pauls
117
Meadow Garden The Home of Governor Walton
122
The Invention of the Cotton Gin An Authentic Account
125
War Hill Where the Famous Revolutionary Battle of Kettle Creek Was Fought
131
Historic Old Midway A Shrine of Patriotism
135
Franklin College The Oldest State University in America Chartered in 1785
139
Harriet Gold A Romance of New Echota
183
Dahlonega Once the Center of GoldMining Activities in America
185
Sequoya The Modern Cadmus
190
Woodlawn The Home of William H Crawford
197
Historic Old Wesleyan The First Female College to Confer Diplomas
200
Chickamauga One of the Bloodiest BattleFields of Modern Times Becomes a National Park
203
Kennesaw Mountain Once a Peak of the Inferno
208
The Old Heard House Where the Last Meeting of the Confederate Cabinet Was Held
211
The Old Chenault Home In the Neighborhood of Which Occurred the Famous Raid on the Confederate Treasure Wagons
213
Origin of the United Daughters of the Confederacy
218
Origin of the Southern Cross of Honor
222
Copse Hill The Home of Paul H Hayne
224
Richard Henry Wilde Augustas Monument to the Author of the Summer Rose
228
Torch Hill The Home of Dr Francis 0 Ticknor
231
St Elmo Its Memories of Augusta Evans Wilson
234
Sidney Lanier Macons Memorial to the Master Minstrel
236
Rome Pioneers the Way in Honoring the Women of the Confederacy
241
The Mark Hanna Home Where the McKinley Presidential Boom Was Launched
246
Mount Berry How the Sunday Lady Won the Mountains
250
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