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U.S. History Topics » States & Regions » South

The Golden Crescent, Crossroads of Florida and Georgia

examines the cultural history of the Atlantic Coast from Savannah to Cape Canaveral and inland toward Tallahassee. Maps, texts, and pictures illustrate the area's transformations through its pre-history, colonization, induction into the U.S., reconstruction, struggle for civil rights, and the recent resort boom. (National Park Service)

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Coastal Georgia and Florida boast many examples of various types of maritime fortifications. The many isolated settlements of colonial North America produced numerous small forts and a handful of larg

Coastal defense


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