Stone Mountain Park
World's largest exposed granite monolith with relief carving of Confederate
notables, surrounded by attractions and recreation in a natural environment.

Fort Mountain State Park, Georgia
How did the wall at Fort Mountain get built? This puzzle has intrigued men since
its discovery. A Georgia State Park near Chatsworth.

  • Based in Eton, Georgia, the workers used local materials whenever possible to construct buildings, pavilions, including many of the stone steps in the park

  • Fire Tower at Fort Mountain Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps headquartered in Eton, Georgia

  • This is a more gradual climb and offers an excellent panorama of the Cohuttas and the Ridge and Valley area of Northwest Georgia, especially in the winter (if you can get to the park)

  • These words are frequently used to explain a nondescript stone wall at the top of a mountain in Georgia

  • Directions: 7 miles east of Chatsworth on Highway 52 Phone: (706)695-2621 Address: Fort Mountain State Park, Chatsworth, Georgia, 30705 Want to add a link to this page from your web page? All of the photographs, graphics and text on () are © Copyright 1994-2006 by Golden Ink unless otherwise noted

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    Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
    Comprehensive series of articles on the park and surrounding area. Includes cultural
    history, extensive Civil War information, driving tour and things to do.

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    Alford Memorial Radio Club - Top Of The Rock
    General interest amateur radio club serving Gwinnett and DeKalb Counties.
    Includes information about the club's annual hamfest.

  • The Summer Games - June 2, 3, 4, 2006 Emory University Campus is the host again this year for the Georgia Special Olympic Summer Games


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    Atlanta News
    Local, regional, and statewide news collected from diverse sources on the web.

  • 9 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville The Associated Press - ATLANTA The Georgia Tech defense had the upper hand in the team's first preseason scrimmage Saturday

  • Wednesday Aug 9 | WDUN-AM Gainesville | The Associated Press - ATLANTA Georgia has made the first cut in a bid to house a new federal facility to perform research in the fast-growing new field of bio- and agro-defense, state officials said Wednesday

  • Friday | WSB-AM Atlanta | Gwinnett County Police have stepped up their search for a missing Monday Aug 7 | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | Gwinnett County police are calling the death of a Tuesday Aug 8 | The Associated Press on | Monday Aug 7 | Athens Banner-Herald | Georgia election officials expect only 10 percent to 13 percent of registered voters to show up for Tuesday's runoff elections, but turnout is expected to be highest in U.S

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    Stone Mountain News
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    Atlanta Georgia for Visitors and Residents
    Comprehensive coverage of the city of Atlanta including reviews of events, news
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  • Georgia's 4th district race for Congress was a bitter and fiercely fought battle, and the relatively unknown Hank Johnson claimed victory, winning 59% of the vote to McKinney's 41%

  • Tuesday August 8, 2006 | Of course, the entire nation has their eye on Georgia's hotly contested 4th district race for Congress, where controversial incumbent Cynthia McKinney faces a runoff election against upstart Hank Johnson

  • The turnout is expected to be very low, with around 10 to 15 percent of Georgia's registered voters heading to the polls

  • Friday August 4, 2006 | Many Georgia shoppers took advantage of midnight specials today as Georgia's Sales Tax Holiday officially began

  • In addition to it being back to school for most metro Atlanta students, there is the Georgia Sales Tax holiday this weekend

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    Clan Campbell Society (North America)
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    Kennesaw Mountain Georgia Civil War Battle American
    Joseph E. Johnston, fearing envelopment, withdrew his army to a new, previously
    selected position astride Kennesaw Mountain.

  • Kennesaw Mountain Civil War Georgia American Civil War June 27, 1864 On the night of June 18-19, General Joseph E

  • Johnston [CS] Forces Engaged: Military Division of the Mississippi [US]; Army of Tennessee [CS] Estimated Casualties: 4, 000 total (US 3, 000; CS 1, 000) Click to enlarge Map Web Volcano-Pictures.INFO Georgia History Civil War Book Club Reading Titles The casual reader may find the quantity of information contained in Red Clay to Richmond somewhat daunting, but a reader possessed with a working knowledge of the war's people, places, and battles, will find this book to be an excellent synopsis of the war role of the 35th Georgia

  • The most in-depth and complete account of the heroic but vain fight of the Georgia troops made up of militia, state line, Athens and Augusta work battalions in their stand against Sherman's hardened veterans on their March to the Sea

  • In defense of family and homes the 4, 000-5, 000 Georgia troops under Brigadier General Phillips attacked the Union right wing at Griswoldville, Georgia November 22, 1864

  • The Georgia troops surged forward seven times against the entrenched Union lines

    Sherpa Guides | Georgia | The Civil War in Georgia, An Illustrated ...
    Features more than 220 Civil War sites, with hundreds of lesser-known Civil War
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  • Introduction Interested in Georgia's Civil War history? This web site features more than 220 Civil War sites, with hundreds of lesser-known Civil War places of interest

  • This web site is organized geographically by Georgia's travel regions

  • Chattanooga is included in the Northwest Georgia Mountain region because of its proximity to Georgia and its role in Georgia's Civil War history

  • A Brief Review of Georgia's Civil War History Georgia's Civil War history is remarkable for its richness and variety

  • Not only is Georgia the site of the second-bloodiest battle of the Civil War — — but it is also the site of many significant and varied historic events and developments in the Civil War

  • In Georgia, the Civil War buff can visit the bloody grounds of the, where huge armies of the North and South fought in what many call the final turning point of the war

  • Georgia is where the defiant Confederate president Jefferson Davis fled and was captured by Union pursuers

    Misty Mountain Bed and Breakfast Inn and Cottages in Blairsville ...
    A restored, Victorian farmhouse, bed and breakfast. Also offers three cottages
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  • less than 1/2 hour to John Campbell Folk School, Young Harris College, Georgia State Fair, Helen & Blue Ridge Scenic Railway ..

  • Some 300 pieces from Department 56 are sprinkled throughout communities such as Gainesville (GA), Copperhill (TN), Helen (GA), Kennesaw (GA), Atlanta & Biltmore Estates (NC) Other Highlights: Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds, Hiawassee, GA ~ Brasstown Bald Mountain, Blairsville, GA ~ Brasstown Valley Resort, Young Harris, GA ~ In Man Yard and Atlanta Underground, Atlanta, GA ~ Stone Mountain Park ~ Battle of Kennesaw, Civil War replica ~ Tara, Gone with the Wind replica ~ Copperhill Mines and TVA in Tennessee Stash Tea: We are participating in the Stash Tea B&B promotion and offering a FREE night stay with the purchase of a night Sunday - Thursday, except on Holidays & during October


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    Roadside Georgia
    Visit the famous and not-so-famous attractions across the state. Tours, gallery,
    feature stories and National Register articles.

  • Welcome to Roadside Georgia! Our job is to help you find the well-known and the unknown places in our favorite state in the nation, Georgia

  • On the way back to Atlanta from the coast, we visited the site of one of the few American victories in Georgia during the Revolutionary War, to find a rather enjoyable park with a little bit of history thrown in

  • It was here, not too far from that backcountry Georgians and patriots from South Carolina let the world know that the British hadn't quite succeeded in the state the way they were claiming

  • On the coast we visited three other battle sites, two from the Civil War and one from the War of Jenkins Ear (yes, Georgia did fight a war by that name

  • Simons Island, is one of the earliest towns built in Georgia

  • We hope you enjoy the sites from ! Phyl Recently added: December 7, 2005 Distinctive museum that traces both Indian and settler cultures in North Georgia From, August 28, 2005 Located in Covington, Georgia From, August 12, 2005 Born on the site of the Omni, Phillips Arena now hosts the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers and world-class concerts From, May 20, 2005 Journey back to antebellum Georgia, and America's first major gold rush From, January 17, 2005 Brunch at Ray's is a Sunday tradition throughout Atlanta From, December 5, 2004 Carries visitors to the top of Stone Mountain for the best view of the sculpture From, December 5, 2004 Publically owned and centrally located in downtown, this is the last remaining place where slaves were sold in Georgia From, Travel Now Reserve a room! Add a link to this page from your web page? | All of the photographs, graphics and text on () are © Copyright 1994-2006 by Golden Ink unless otherwise noted

    Geology of Georgia
    Introduction, with numerous illustrations, definitions, and related web links.

  • University of Georgia -Department of Geology The Geology of Georgia .

  • Coal was once mined from Pennsylvanian strata in far northwest Georgia too

  • In Georgia, the eastern and southern boundary of the Valley and Ridge is the Cartersville-Great Valley fault system, which runs south from Chatsworth to a point southeast of Cartersville and then west to the Polk-Haralson County line

  • The North Georgia of the 1830's precipitated the eviction of the and their forced migration on the

  • Georgia is the southwest end of the Blue Ridge, which extends northeast to Virginia through Great Smoky Mountain and Shenandoah National Parks

  • The southern boundary of the Blue Ridge in Georgia depends on one's perspective

  • A purely topographic approach would limit the Blue Ridge to just a few ridges extending southwestward from North Carolina, so that the Piedmont would extend all the way to the Georgia-Tennessee state line

  • The Brevard Fault Zone runs SW-NE and passes through Centralhatchee in Heard County, northwest Atlanta, Duluth, Buford, and Gainesville before leaving Georgia at the westernmost point on the Tugaloo River in northernmost Stephens County

    Gwinnett County, Georgia History
    Provides brief history of Gwinnett County, Georgia, and information on townships.

  • History Gwinnett County was named after Button Gwinnett, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, who was a state legislator and served as Georgia's Governor for a few months in 1777

  • In 1789 and 1790 the Cherokee Indians ceded to the United States Government all lands north and east of a line running through Kentucky, Tennessee, North and South Carolinas and north Georgia, including portions of Gwinnett

    PATH Foundation
    PATH has built over 20 miles of greenway trails in metro Atlanta.

  • PATH is committed to creating a network of trails throughout Georgia

    GPB - Georgia Public Broadcasting
    Atlanta. Program list, highlights, and membership information. [PBS]

    Stately Knowledge Georgia
    One page facts about the state.

  • You are here: » » Georgia Just the Facts: Capital: Atlanta Population: 8, 186, 453 Governor: Sonny Perdue (R, to January 2007) Entered the Union: January 2, 1788 As the: 4th state Motto: Wisdom, justice, and moderation Nicknames: Peach State, Empire State of the South Flower: Cherokee Rose Bird: Brown Thrasher Song: Georgia on My Mind Sports Teams: Atlanta Hawks (Men's Basketball); Atlanta Falcons (Football); Atlanta Braves (Baseball); Atlanta Glory (Women's Basketball); Atlanta Thrashers (hockey) Origin of Name: In honor of George II of England Major Industries: textiles Historical Sites: Confederate Memorial at Stone Mountain, Andersonville Prison Park and National Cemetery, Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, Etowah Mounds, Antebellum Trail, Historic Savannah, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Martin Luther King, Jr

  • Historical Site Points of Interest: Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Cumberland Island National Seashore, High Museum of Art, Callaway Gardens Bordering States: Georgia borders South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina Flag: Encyclopedias and Almanacs Follow these links to read articles about Georgia from Encyclopedias and Almanacs: Official State Links: ( This is the official website for the State of Georgia

    Stone Mountain SDA Church
    Home by home people are finding real friendship and hope. Stone Mountain, GA.

  • Stone Mountain Seventh-day Adventist Church 1350 Silver Hill Rd Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087-2420 Phone: (770)469-0111 Pastor Neil W

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