Category Archives: Coastal Georgia and South Carolina

Savannah Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

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Not Your Average Rodent: Pocket Gophers in Georgia —

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Mount Pleasant, Circa 1830, Effingham County —

This home was built by John Gindrat Morel (1808-1871) and surely took its name from the nearby Uchee Indian settlement and English trading post known as Mt. Pleasant, on a high bluff of the Savannah River. One of Georgia’s earliest … Continue reading

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Mizpah United Methodist Church, 1859, Effingham County —

From the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church: In the late 1850s, Dr. Ayer from Rome came to the community to visit his daughter, Mrs. Anderson P. Longstreet, who lived in the community. There was no Methodist church … Continue reading

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Echo Square-Savannah-Hello Hello —

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Georgia Fishing Report: December 13, 2019 —

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Georgia Fishing Report: November 22, 2019 —

Thankful. So thankful. I hope as this week draws to a close and Thanksgiving Week begins, that you have the time to stop (even briefly) and enjoy it. I hope it brings together family and friends, and (of course) food. … Continue reading

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Savannah River-Tuckasee King Landing

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Andersonville National Cemetery — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

One of fourteen National Cemeteries administered by the National Park Service, Andersonville is still open for burials today. Few places will put into perspective the human cost of war more than the burial place of so many who paid the … Continue reading

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New Hope A. M. E. Church, 1885, Guyton — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

Celebrating its sesquicentennial this year, New Hope A. M. E. Church was founded by former slaves on 4 August 1869. It’s the oldest black church in Guyton and among the oldest A. M. E. congregations in Southeast Georgia. The original … Continue reading

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