We’re off to Jekyll Island to peruse tranquil beaches and explore a legendary island getaway. Next, we stroll through Macon, Georgia and discover some of the city’s most elegant and awe inspiring historic buildings. We then journey to Fort Pulaski and explore the architectural wonders of this battle tested coastal Fort that played a defining role in the American Civil War. We go back 150 years with to Roswell’s Barrington Hall located in the heart of town and home to the city’s founding family. Finally we relax in the calming beauty of Bonaventure Cemetery, the final resting place for many of Savannah’s most notable citizens that has become a world famous tourist destination.
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Explore the stunning, coastal Fort Pulaski. See the technological surprise that helped Union forces seize the fort from Confederates during the Civil War. It's a tale of how clever thinking trumped old assumptions to influence the course of the battle ... and the war.
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Travel to a region that the Cherokee Indians once called the Enchanted Land. Located on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River is historic Roswell, Georgia. We visit stunning antebellum homes and learn of Roswell’s rich history. Additional Photos in this segment are courtesy of Roswell Historical Society.
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Explore the peaceful grounds of Bonaventure Cemetery, a popular tourist destination that charms both history lovers and Hollywood. This beautiful cemetery situated along the scenic bluffs of the Wilmington River in Savannah is the final resting place for many of the region’s most notable residents.
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Living History means exactly what it says in Macon. An unmatched presence of ante-bellum homes, mansions and theaters that has presented everyone from Harry Houdini to Little Richard and is home to musicians such as the Allman Brothers and classical violinist Robert McDuffie. Unlike so many other cities that tear down their old buildings, Macon protects and preserves the evidence of its centuries as a center of commerce and culture, on the banks of the Ocmulgee.