Some states surrounding Georgia have had the same ruling documents since the 19th century. Tennessee has only had 3 state constitutions. Alabama, Florida and South Carolina have all had 6. Georgia, on the other hand, has had a few more...
"Fiat Justitia, Ruat Caelum." A fitting motto for the Supreme Court of Georgia.
This is a tale of three governors: A son, a lieutenant governor and an incumbent.
Join us as we take another peak into the Georgia State Capitol Museum.
A mysterious statue stands on top of a famous Georgia state building. Hundreds of thousands of people see it each day, but what do we actually know about it?
Learn about the newest feature to Georgia.gov. Feel free to browse through it--you might learn something new about the state of Georgia!
On February 12, 1733, James Oglethorpe and more than 100 colonists settled next to the Savannah River becoming the 13th colony of the newly found land known as America.
If ever a tinge of middle school history nostalgia hits you, head over to The New Georgia Encyclopedia for articles on Georgia arts, sports and science.