People in Georgia
Peachtree City, GA, People
Brown's Guides is building a team of sales managers in Peachtree City. If you're interested or know someone who might be, read more.
Milledgeville, GA, People, Tours, Historic Homes
Andalusia Farm is the home of beloved American author Flannery O'Connor, who lived here full-time the last 13 years of her life.
Roberta, GA, People
South of GA Hwy 128 bridge west of Roberta is one of the most historic and most ignored landmarks on the Flint River, the site of Benjamin Hawkins' Indian Agency.
Augusta, GA, People, Tours, Historic Houses
The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006.
Rome, GA, Museums, Tours, Native American Sites
Once the home of Cherokee leader Major Ridge, this museum is a Trail of Tears National Historic Trail site.
Milledgeville, GA, People
A Savannah native who spent most of her life in Milledgeville, Flannery O’Conner is considered by many to be one of America’s greatest short story writers.
Plains, GA, People
James Earl "Jimmy" Carter is a native of Plains, who served as the 39th President of the United States, won the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize, and is the author of 27 books.
Plains, GA, Museum, People
This National Historic Site encompasses most of tiny Plains as well as Archery, the birthplace of the 39th President of the United States, Jimmy Carter.
Savannah, GA, People, Historic Houses
The birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder to the Girl Scouts, is one of the most popular tours in Savannah.
Columbus, GA, Museums, Historic Homes
The home of Ma Rainey, the "Mother of the Blues" who was born in Columbus in 1886, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992 and
Atlanta, GA, People
Few authors are as identified with a town as Margaret Mitchell is with Atlanta. Mitchell is the author of one of the best-selling novels and highest grossing movies of
Atlanta, GA, People, Historic Houses
Visit the small apartment where Margaret Mitchell wrote her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Gone With the Wind, and see exhibits about life, her book and
Atlanta, GA, People, Tours
Take a Do-It-Yourself Tour of Margaret Mitchell's Atlanta and environs.
Rome, GA, People
Martha Berry founded the Berry Schools for academically able but poor children of the rural South and grew it into Berry College, a comprehensive liberal arts college.
Rome, GA, Museums, Historic Houses, People
Oak Hill, the Greek revival home of Martha Berry, founder of Berry College, and the Martha Berry Museum are located next to the Berry College
Plains and Archery, GA, People, Tours
The rural towns of Plains and nearby Archery are the childhood stomping grounds of both President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn Carter.
Washington, GA, State Parks, Tours, Historic Homes
Ardent secessionist and fiery orator Robert Toombs, who was called "the Unreconstructed rebel," lived in this house from 1837 until his
Columbus, GA, People
Born in Columbus, where Coca-Cola was invented by John Pemberton in 1886, Robert Winship Woodruff was the president of The Coca-Cola Company from 1923 until 1954.
Warm Springs, GA, State Parks, Tours, Historic Houses
Experience the life of an American President during a difficult era of American History at Franklin D. Roosevelt's Georgia home, The
Macon, GA, People
Born in Macon, American poet and musician Sidney Clopton Lanier was the author of poems "The Song of the Chattahoochee" (1877) and "The Marshes of Glynn" (1878).
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