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Andersonville Prison (looking southeast from the sinks), 1864.  (Andersonville National Historic Site, National Park Service)

Andersonville: Prisoner of War Camp examines the conditions of Camp Sumter (in Andersonville, Georgia), the largest and most...

Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest existing permanent seacoast fortification in the continental United States.

Along the Georgia-Florida Coast is a travel itinerary of historic sites that help us understand key developments in...

Panorama of Savannah by Fermin Cerveau, 1837.  (Courtesy of the Georgia Historical Society)

Savannah, Georgia: The Lasting Legacy of Colonial City Planning describes the establishing of Georgia as a colony in America and the design of the...

Tullie Smith House, one of Atlanta's few antebellum-era houses -- National Register photograph by Yen Tang

Discover Atlanta, Georgia is a travel itinerary of 70 places that tell the story of Atlanta -- its picturesque...

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