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History lovers, Kettle Creek will not disappoint. I went on a dray, warm day but I can see that this would not be a good place to visit if there's been a lot of rain. I'm guessing the creek probably overruns and turns the trails...More
This was a significant Revolutionary War battle that took place in eastern Georgia. That in itself makes this a noteworthy site to explore, especially if the British strategy of invading the south following the failure of northern attempts to quell the American revolution is a...More
i was in the area, heading home from The Masters. The place we were staying at mentioned about the war being in this area. i was sure he was talking about the civil war, but nope, it was about the Revolutionary war. So we did...More
It's difficult to rate it as we didn't make it in. DO NOT go when it's wet and rainy!!! Your best bet is probably to park by the first marker and walk in/ up to the hill. Sadly, due to being stuck, for several hours,...More
This battlefield represents a great part of Georgia history and the part that it played in the Revolutionary war. It is improving each year as grants are awarded for improvements. It is a great place for young people to experience and learn about the founding...More
This Revolutionary War event of Feb. 14, 1779 is celebrated around Feb 14. It is an annual event by the Georgia Sons of the American Revolution. This year the city celebrated Revolutionary Days from Feb. 12-14.
It is celebrated in Washington by a color guard...More
We all know of the Revolutionary battlefields of Valley Forge, and Yorktown. But finding out that a critical revolutionary battlefield was in Georgia, was a surprise. Growing up and being educated in Georgia, I had no idea...
If you enjoy history, American, Southern, or Georgia,...More