2. Callaway GardensPine Mountain Callaway Gardens is a 6,500-acre resort complex located in Pine Mountain, Georgia, just outside Columbus, Georgia. The destination draws over 750,000 visitors annually. Callaway Gardens was founded in 1952 by Cason J. and Virginia Hand Callaway to promote and protect native azalea species. His son, Bo Callaway, helped develop and run the garden. Today, Callaway Gardens features a wide variety of recreational attractions including a large enclosed butterfly habitat, the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center. The native palm Sabal minor maintains one of its northernmost populations in the area. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
3. Little White HouseWarm Springs The Little White House was the personal retreat of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States, located in the Historic District of Warm Springs, Georgia. He first came to Warm Springs in 1924 for polio treatment, and liked the area so much that, as Governor of New York, he had a home built on nearby Pine Mountain. The house was finished in 1932. Roosevelt kept the house after he became President, using it as a presidential retreat. He died there on April 12, 1945, three months into his fourth term. The house was opened to the public as a museum in 1948. A major attraction of the museum is the portrait that the artist Elizabeth Shoumatoff was painting of him when he died, now known as the Unfinished Portrait. It hangs near a finished portrait that Shoumatoff completed la... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4. Wild Animal SafariPine Mountain Wild Adventures is a zoological theme park 5 miles south of Valdosta, Georgia, United States. It is owned by Herschend Family Entertainment. The park features rides and attractions, including eight roller coasters, exotic animals, shows, Splash Island water park and concerts from country, pop, rock, Christian, and oldies superstars. The park is located just off Interstate 75. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
5. Andersonville National Historic Site and National Prisoner of War MuseumAndersonville The Andersonville National Historic Site, located near Andersonville, Georgia, preserves the former Camp Sumter , a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp during the final twelve months of the American Civil War. Most of the site lies in southwestern Macon County, adjacent to the east side of the town of Andersonville. As well as the former prison, the site contains the Andersonville National Cemetery and the National Prisoner of War Museum. The prison was made in February 1864 and served to April 1865. The site was commanded by Captain Henry Wirz, who was tried and executed after the war for war crimes. It was overcrowded to four times its capacity, with an inadequate water supply, inadequate food rations, and unsanitary conditions. Of the approximately 45,000 Union prisoners held at Camp Sumte... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. F. D. Roosevelt State ParkWarm Springs F.D. Roosevelt State Park is a 9,049 acres Georgia state park located near Pine Mountain and Warm Springs. The park is named for former U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who sought a treatment for his paralytic illness in nearby Warm Springs at the Little White House. The western portion of the park, formerly named Pine Mountain State Park, was named a National Historic Landmark in 1997. F.D. Roosevelt State Park is Georgia's largest state park.Several structures in the park were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the Great Depression, including a stone swimming pool and Roosevelt's favorite picnic spot at Dowdell's Knob, overlooking the valley below. President Roosevelt would take polio patients suffering from depression along on picnics at Dowdell's Knob. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
7. Historic Downtown SenoiaSenoia There were several historic mills around the metro Atlanta area, for which many of its current-day roads are still named. Most of the mills date back to the 1820s and 1830s, and were built along the area's many streams. The locations of many of these mills are shown on a map of 1875 showing U. S. military operations around Atlanta in 1864. This map is now located in the U. S. Library of Congress but can be seen on the webpage linked here. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Farm Montor May 25, 2019
On this edition of the Farm Monitor: SINCE GEORGIA IS KNOWN AS THE PEACH STATE, EXPECTATIONS ARE ALWAYS HIGH FOR GROWERS. BUT WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THIS YEARS CROP? SPEAKING OF PEACHES. THEY HAPPEN TO BE THE MAIN INGREDIENT AS RAY AND MARCIA WHIP UP SOME QUICK AND EASY RECIPES IN THE LATEST INSTALLMENT OF MEALS FROM THE FIELD. AND WE TAKE YOU TO COLQUITT COUNTY TO SEE HOW ONE WOMAN HAS TURNED HER PASSION FOR CANNING INTO HER LIVELIHOOD. All this and more on the Farm Monitor.
Georgia Farm Monitor - April 9, 2016
On this week's Georgia Farm Monitor... Georgia's peanut industry celebrates peanut butter at the state capitol; cottonseed has the potential to be a money-making commodity for farmers; a Middle Georgia peach operation now has a fifth-generation family member on board; a Henry County school offers students a pathway to careers in agriculture; and a Mitchell County farmer looks forward to passing on his operation to a sixth-generation of his family.
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