Savannah in a day: Battlefield Park
The location of the siege of Savannah from the revolutionary war. The 800 colonial soldiers from haiti, the colonies, germany and other countries are honored here. Its on your walk from the Savannah Visitors center to the Roundhouse train museum, so might as well walk through and take a look.
Haitian monument unveiled in Savannah, GA
The Haitian Army sent over 500 Soldiers to fight in the Revolutionary War in America , this is the statue in Georgia
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The Horrifying Sorrel-Weed Haunted Mansion
Do the spirits of the Civil War still haunt this Savannah landmark?
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History Things with Pat: Fort McAllister, GA - Savannah defenses
Short detail of the December 1864 battle in which Union General W. T. Sherman reduced the fort on his famous March to the sea.
Ogeechee Canal - Savannah, GA
Carl and Mark take a quick trip to the historic Ogeechee Canal in Savannah, Georgia. It is one of the prime relics in the history of southern canals. Beginning with the tidal lock at the Savannah River, the waterway continues through four lift locks as it traverses 16.5 miles (26.6 km), before reaching another tidal lock at the Ogeechee River at Fort Stewart.
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Fort King George, Dairen, Georgia
A little of the fun from the July 4th celebration at Fort King George in Darien, Ga., one of my favorite parks in the Georgia State Park system. The fort itself is tons of fun on any day, but on this particular day they had several re-enactors throughout the fort. Stick it out to the end, my favorite part is the boys imitating what they've just learned.
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George Henry Thomas
00:01:36 1 Early life and education
00:04:02 2 Antebellum military career
00:09:06 3 American Civil War
00:09:15 3.1 Remaining with the Union
00:10:59 3.2 Kentucky
00:12:00 3.3 Shiloh and Corinth
00:13:09 3.4 Perryville, Stones River, Chickamauga, and Chattanooga
00:15:57 3.5 Atlanta and Franklin/Nashville
00:18:53 4 Later life and death
00:21:24 5 Legacy
00:25:35 6 In memoriam
00:27:19 7 See also
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George Henry Thomas (July 31, 1816 – March 28, 1870) was a United States Army officer and a Union general during the American Civil War, one of the principal commanders in the Western Theater.
Thomas served in the Mexican–American War and later chose to remain with the U.S. Army for the Civil War as a Southern Unionist, despite his heritage as a Virginian (whose home state would join the Confederate States of America). He won one of the first Union victories in the war, at Mill Springs in Kentucky, and served in important subordinate commands at Perryville and Stones River. His stout defense at the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863 saved the Union Army from being completely routed, earning him his most famous nickname, the Rock of Chickamauga. He followed soon after with a dramatic breakthrough on Missionary Ridge in the Battle of Chattanooga. In the Franklin–Nashville Campaign of 1864, he achieved one of the most decisive victories of the war, destroying the army of Confederate General John Bell Hood, his former student at West Point, at the Battle of Nashville.
Thomas had a successful record in the Civil War, but he failed to achieve the historical acclaim of some of his contemporaries, such as Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman. He developed a reputation as a slow, deliberate general who shunned self-promotion and who turned down advancements in position when he did not think they were justified. After the war, he did not write memoirs to advance his legacy. He also had an uncomfortable personal relationship with Grant, which served him poorly as Grant advanced in rank and eventually to the Presidency.
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150th ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF COLUMBUS
150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF COLUMBUS & THE LAST BATTLE OF THE CIVIL WAR
Haitian monument unveiled in Savannah, GA
What is the issue?,Let it stay. The monument looks fine the way it is?
Moise and Fils-Aime say the statues are the products of the commissioned artist's imagination - Miami Herald 10.24.09
Founding of Historic Confederate Camp Davis in 1862
Camp Davis was established by order of Secretary of War J.P. Benjamin by a letter to Gov. Joseph Brown dated February 11, 1862. This prompted the State Executive Department to establish the Camp of Instruction by Order of Governor Brown dated February 14, 1862. The Camp was named after the honorable Jefferson Davis, President of The Confederate States of America.
The site was chosen on land adjacent to the Central of Georgia R.R. between mile markers 32 & 33 2 miles north of Guyton ( Whitesville) Georgia. This is near the present intersection of Georgia Hwy. 17 and Keith Road.
Soldiers from counties comprimising the First, Second, Sixth, and Thirteenth Military Districts were Ordered to report to Camp Davis under General Order No. 2 Dated Feburary, 13, 1862. These Military Districts emcompased the majority of Southeast and Southwest Georgia.
Major E.C. Corbett was ordered to command the Camp on March 16, 1862 and soon after supplies arrived on the Central of Georgia R.R. from the Commissary Department from Savannah. Soon after troops from the Military Districts arrived and the 47th, 48th, 49th, 50th, and 51st Georgia Regiments were formed and trained thru May 1862.
Firing a Civil War Replica Cannon at Old Fort Jackson in Savannah, Georgia
Old Fort Jackson (usually shortened to Fort Jackson or Fort James Jackson but unrelated to Andrew Jackson) is a restored 19th century fort located two miles east of Savannah on the Savannah River. It is a National Historic Landmark and the oldest standing brick fort in the U.S. state of Georgia.
U.S. President Thomas Jefferson authorized the construction of a national defense system of fortifications to defend his new nation. Jefferson's system included Fort Jackson, constructed between 1808 and 1812 over an old earthen battery from the American Revolution. At the time, war with Great Britain or France seemed likely, and Fort Jackson was the best site from which to protect Savannah from attack by sea. In the War of 1812, local militias and U.S. troops saw active duty at Fort Jackson. After the War of 1812, two periods of construction followed at the fort. A moat, drawbridge, brick barracks, privies, a rear wall, and another powder magazine were added.
James Jackson, the namesake of the fort, was a British native who fought for the American cause and rose to the rank of colonel. When he was twenty-five, Jackson accepted the surrender of the British in Savannah at the close of the revolution. He was later a U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, and Governor of Georgia. He is interred at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C..
During the American Civil War, Fort Jackson, along with nearby Fort McAllister and Fort Pulaski, defended Savannah from Union attack. In 1862, Fort Jackson was shelled from a ship captained by an escaped slave named Robert Smalls.
When the Union Army commanded by William T. Sherman captured Savannah by land on December 20, 1864, Confederate troops abandoned the fort and retreated across the Savannah River into South Carolina. Confederate troops from Savannah joined other forces in North Carolina and South Carolina and continued to fight until April 26, 1865, when they surrendered to General Sherman's army at Durham, North Carolina. Several different regiments garrisoned Fort Jackson during the Union occupation of Savannah. One of these units was the 55th Massachusetts Regiment, which consisted of African American troops.
From 1884 to 1905, Fort Jackson was known as Fort Oglethorpe and was little used by the U.S. military. It was purchased by the city of Savannah in 1924 for park purposes but not fully restored until the 1970s.
Fort Jackson is located at 1 Fort Jackson Road, on the Islands Expressway linking Savannah to Fort Pulaski and the town of Tybee Island. Fort Jackson is owned by the state of Georgia and operated as a museum by Coastal Heritage Society, which also manages Savannah History Museum, Georgia State Railroad Museum (formerly the Railroad Roundhouse Museum), Savannah Children's Museum and, most recently, Pin Point Heritage Museum. In the summer the fort has a daily cannon-firing demonstration. Admission is $7 for adult
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Contemporary extension of the Hunter Museum of American Art
As the birthplace of the tow truck, Chattanooga is the home of the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum. Another transportation icon, the passenger train, can be found at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, called TVRM by locals, which is the largest operating historic railroad in the South. Chattanooga is home to the Hunter Museum of American Art. Other notable museums include the Chattanooga History Center, the National Medal of Honor Museum, the Houston Museum, the Chattanooga African American Museum, and the Creative Discovery Museum.
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Chattanooga has a wide range of performing arts in different venues. Chattanooga's historic Tivoli Theatre, dating from 1921 and one of the first public air-conditioned buildings in the United States, is home to the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera (CSO), which became the first merged symphony and opera company in the United States in 1985. The CSO performs under the baton of Kayoko Dan. The Chattanooga Theatre Centre offers 15 productions each year in three separate theater programs: the Mainstage, the Circle Theater, and the Youth Theater. Another popular performance venue is Memorial Auditorium.
Chattanooga hosts several writing conferences, including the Conference on Southern Literature and the Festival of Writers, both sponsored by the Arts & Education Council of Chattanooga.
Chattanooga touts many attractions, including the Tennessee Aquarium, caverns, and new waterfront attractions along and across the Tennessee River. In the downtown area is the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel, housed in the renovated Terminal Station. Also downtown are the Creative Discovery Museum, a hands-on children's museum dedicated to science, art, and music; an IMAX 3D Theatre, and the newly expanded Hunter Museum of American Art. The Tennessee Riverwalk, an approximately 13-mile-long (21 km) trail running alongside the river, is another attraction for both tourists and residents alike.
Across the river from downtown is the North Shore district, roughly bounded by the Olgiati Bridge to the west and Veterans Bridge to the east. The newly renovated area draws locals and tourists to locally owned independent boutique stores and restaurants, plus attractions along the Chattanooga Riverpark system, including Coolidge Park and Renaissance Park.
The Chattanooga Zoo at Warner Park is located a short distance from the downtown area.
Parks and natural scenic areas provide other attractions. The red-and-black painted See Rock City barns along highways in the Southeast are remnants of a now-classic Americana tourism campaign to attract visitors to the Rock City tourist attraction in nearby Lookout Mountain, Georgia. The mountain is also the site of Ruby Falls and Craven's House. The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway is a steep funicular railway that rises from the St. Elmo Historic District to the top of the mountain, where passengers can visit the National Park Service's Point Park and the Battles for Chattanooga Museum. Formerly known as Confederama, the museum includes a diorama that details the Battle of Chattanooga. From the military park, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Moccasin Bend and the Chattanooga skyline from the mountain's famous point or from vantage points along the well-marked trail system.
The Heritage park is a park that lies in East Brainerd. Heritage park has a bocce ball court, a playground complete with swings, and a walking pavement. The park also features an off-leash dog park which is operated by the Friends of East Brainerd, the City of Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department, McKamey Animal Center and the Goodwill Assistance Dog Academy.
Near Chattanooga, the Raccoon Mountain Reservoir, Raccoon Mountain Caverns, and Reflection Riding Arboretum and Botanical Garden boast a number of outdoor and family fun opportunities. Other arboretums include Bonny Oaks Arboretum, Cherokee Arboretum at Audubon Acres, and Cherokee Trail Arboretum. The Ocoee River, host to a number of events at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, features rafting, kayaking, camping, and hiking. Just outside Chattanooga is the Lake Winnepesaukah amusement park. The Cumberland Trail begins in Signal Mountain, just outside Chattanooga.
Monument in Savannah Pays Tribute to Haitian Soldiers-Georgia, USA: Oct 11, 2009
Monument unveiled in Franklin Square in Savannah, Georgia on October 11, 2009 to honor about 1,500 Haitian soldiers who shed blood and gave their lives to save the U.S. Revolution in 1779 at a time when the British almost destroyed all the American troops.
Tennessee border crossing from the state of Georgia USA
Tennessee is a U.S. state located in the Southeastern United States of America.
Tennessee known as the Volunteer State, has many symbols.
The tulip poplar was designated as the official state tree of Tennessee
Tennessee has two state flowers. The Purple Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) is the state's wildflower and the iris is the state's cultivated flower.
Tennessee has played a critical role in the development of many forms of American popular music, including rock and roll, blues, country music, and rockabilly.
Tennessee has nine official state songs
1. My Homeland, Tennessee, by Nell Grayson Taylor (words) and Roy Lamont Smith (music)
2. When It's Iris Time in Tennessee, by Willa Waid Newman
3. My Tennessee, by Frances Hannah Tranum, is the state's official public school song
4. Tennessee Waltz, by Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King
5. Rocky Top, by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant
6. Tennessee, by Vivian Rorie
7. The Pride of Tennessee, by Fred Congdon, Thomas Vaughn and Carol Elliot
8. Smoky Mountain Rain, a song written by Kye Fleming and Dennis Morgan that became a hit for Ronnie Milsap, was added to the list of state songs
9. Tennessee, written by John R. Bean of Knoxville
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After breakfast, we will travel into the state of Tennessee to take a ride on the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway into Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In the evening, we will travel to Pigeon Forge, TN to the famous dinner show, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede, where we will enjoy some real southern cuisine.
Great Smoky Mountains, TN
Great Smoky Mountains Park This 520,000-acre park on the eastern border of Tennessee is a United States National Park and UNESCO World Heritage. It is the most-visited national park in the United States, and is renown for the beauty of its landscapes.
Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway The Tramway takes 120 passengers 2.1 miles up the Great Smoky Mountains. Large windows offer magnificent views of the area. At night, passengers can see the lighted visages of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge as well as the nearby parkway.
Pigeon Forge, TN
Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede This Wild-West-Revue-type performance features animals such as pigs, horses, and chickens and is punctuated by a riding competition. The show starts an hour before dinner, with a musical act on the Carriage Room before guests are escorted into the arena.
In the morning, we will make our way to Chattanooga, TN and Lookout Mountain to see the Ruby Falls and Rock City. We will also take the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway.
Ruby Falls The Ruby Falls are a naturally-occurring underground waterfall in the appropriately-named Ruby Falls Caverns not far from Chattanooga, Tennessee. They are located underneath Lookout Mountain and are adjacent to the Lookout Mountain Caverns, although not connected.
Lookout Mountain Incline Railway The Incline Railway traces its history to 1895, when the a railway called The Incline opened to cart passengers to and from the peak of Lookout Mountain. It bills itself as one of the steepest railways worldwide.
Lookout Mountain This historic hilltop on the southern border of Tennessee has a colorful history as a place of importance during wartime. Most notably, it was the centerpiece of the Battle of Lookout Mountain during the American Civil War.
4-Day Tennessee, Smoky Mountain Tour from New York/New Jersey Tour Code: 272-227
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New Jersey - drive through with tour guide
Pennsylvania - Welcome Center visit
Maryland - drive through with tour guide
West Virginia - Welcome Center visit
Virginia - USA
Tennessee - USA
Georgia - USA
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GEORGIA - USA Travel Guide | Around The World
Georgia is a US state in the South. The state was named for Great Britain's King George II. Founded in 1733, it was the last of the 13 original colonies that became the first 13 US states.
Georgia is more diverse than many Americans realize, with a scenic seacoast, mountains higher than any peaks in Britain, and large cities as well as extensive rural areas. Its historic sites focus mostly on the Antebellum and Civil War eras and the civil rights movement. (Atlanta was the home of Martin Luther King Jr.) Warm Springs was the Southern home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and he died there in 1945 shortly after beginning his fourth term in office. It's a must for tourists interested in the Great Depression or World War II.
Atlanta - The capital, largest city, and home of Coca Cola
Athens - Home of the University of Georgia
Augusta - Home of Augusta National Golf Club, site of the Masters
Blue Ridge- Gateway to the Mountains
Columbus - White Water Rafting
Dalton - Carpet Capital of the World!
Macon - Cherry blossom capital of Georgia
Savannah - Georgia's first city
Valdosta - Home of Wild Adventures!
Morrow - Home of Clayton State University!
Norcross - A Place to Imagine!
Other destinations :
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
Cumberland Island National Seashore
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Oconee National Forest
Saint Simons Island
There are 63 parks in Georgia, 48 of which are state parks and 15 that are historic sites, and numerous state wildlife preserves, under the supervision of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Other historic sites and parks are supervised by the National Park Service and include the Andersonville National Historic Site in Andersonville; Appalachian National Scenic Trail; Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area near Atlanta; Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park at Fort Oglethorpe; Cumberland Island National Seashore near St. Marys; Fort Frederica National Monument on St. Simons Island; Fort Pulaski National Monument in Savannah; Jimmy Carter National Historic Site near Plains; Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park near Kennesaw; Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site in Atlanta; Ocmulgee National Monument at Macon; Trail of Tears National Historic Trail; and the Okefenokee Swamp in Waycross, Georgia
Outdoor recreational activities include hiking along the Appalachian Trail; Civil War Heritage Trails; rock climbing and whitewater kayaking. Other outdoor activities include hunting and fishing.
In the Atlanta area, World of Coke, Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta and Stone Mountain are important tourist attractions. Stone Mountain is Georgia's most popular attraction; receiving over four million tourists per year. The Georgia Aquarium, in Atlanta, was the largest aquarium in the world in 2010 according to Guinness World Records.
Callaway Gardens, in western Georgia, is a family resort.The area is also popular with golfers.
The Savannah Historic District attracts over eleven million tourists each year.
The Golden Isles are a string of barrier islands off the Atlantic coast of Georgia near Brunswick that include beaches, golf courses and the Cumberland Island National Seashore.
Several sites honor the lives and careers of noted American leaders: the Little White House in Warm Springs, which served as the summer residence of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt while he was being treated for polio; President Jimmy Carter's hometown of Plains and the Carter Presidential Center in Atlanta; the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site in Atlanta, which is the final resting place of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King; and Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King preached.
LCV Cities Tour - Columbus: War of 1812
Learn about the War of 1812 at the Ohio History Center and hear about the two battles that took place in Ohio that secured our nation's border with Canada.
Atlanta Georgia Painted at Night by Corey Barksdale Atlanta Art Gallery
Atlanta, GA, World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, Six Flags Over Georgia, Buckhead, Little Five Points, Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Site, Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta History Center, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta Braves and Turner Field, ATL-Cruzers Electric Car Tours, Atlanta's, Eclectic Neighborhoods, Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Dream at Philips Arena, Atlanta Higher Educaiton Centers Score an A+ in Culture, Atlanta History Center, Atlanta Motor Sports, Atlanta Opera and the Atlanta Ballet, Atlantic Station, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chastain Park Amphitheater, Buckhead Arts & Galleries, Buckhead Entertainment and Nightlife, Centennial Olympic Park
Center for Puppetry Arts, Chattahoochee River Fun, College Sports, Decatur Square, Downtown Nightlife, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Festivals Galore, The Fox Theatre, Georgia Aquarium, Golf in Atlanta, Grant Park, Hard Rock Cafe, High Museum of Art, Historic Neighbors, Historic West End
Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta, Inside CNN Studio Tour, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, Legendary, Luxury Shopping, Margaret Mitchell House, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site &, Sweet Auburn District, Medieval Times, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Midtown, Nightlife, Midtown Walking and Bicycling Tours, North Georgia Day Trips, Outlet Malls and Day Trip Shopping, Piedmont Park, See Atlanta From Above, Stone Mountain Park, Underground Atlanta, William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, World of Coca-Cola, Yellow River Game Ranch and Kangaroo Conservation Center, Zoo Atlanta, U.S. state of Georgia, Fulton County, city, DeKalb County, two railroad lines, incorporated in 1845, Southeastern United States, Hartsfield--Jackson Atlanta International Airport, center for services, business, higher education, information technology, and finance, Fortune 500 companies, Coca-Cola Company, Turner Broadcasting, The Home Depot, AT&T Mobility, UPS, and Delta Air Lines, ethnic and religious backgrounds, ATL, the city's airport code; the city in a forest,Hotlanta,1996 Olympics, Cherokee Indians, Peachtree Creek, Chattahoochee River, Native Americans, 1802 to 1825, Creek, Atlantic Railroad, Savannah, Chattahoochee River, Civil War, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Jonesborough (now Jonesboro), and the Battle of Atlanta, General William Tecumseh Sherman, Confederate General John Bell Hood, General Hood, Mayor James Calhoun, Georgia State Capital, Atlanta Constitution newspaper, New South, Gone, Margaret Mitchell, legendary producer, David O. Selznick, Loew's Grand Theatre, Georgian Terrace Hotel
San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park
Our visit to San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park