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New Georgia Encyclopedia Shares Facts & History
July 2, 2013
Brown thrashers, Vidalia onions, peaches and tree frogs. James Oglethorpe, Tomochichi and Nancy Hart. If you grew up here in Georgia, you probably had to memorize these state symbols and characters. Your middle school tests covered chapters on Creek Indian society, Sherman's March and the Civil Rights Era.
If ever a tinge of nostalgia hits you, and you want to review Georgia facts and history, head over to The New Georgia Encyclopedia. Professors and historians from across the state contribute articles on topics from trends in the state's arts culture to breakthroughs in scientific research. You can study the histories of Georgia's cities and towns, review how state government works and learn about business growth around the state.