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Watkinsville, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House
The Eagle Tavern is one of the earliest surviving structures in Oconee County. The Eagle Tavern was built before 1801 and possibly as early as 1794 when Watkinsville was a frontier town on the edge of Creek and Cherokee Indian Territories. It is believed by some that this site was once called Fort Edwards and served as a gathering place for early settlers who needed protection from attacks by the many Creek and Cherokee Indians who flourished in this area.
Gainesville, Georgia
Nature Centers, Science
The word "Elachee" is from the Cherokee language meaning "new green earth". Elachee is a woodland refuge and museum designed to involve, excite and educate visitors of all ages. Elachee Nature Science Center is located within the 1500 acre Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve. We offer a variety of environmental education programs...
Elberton, Georgia
Elberton, Georgia is known as "Granite Capital of the World". The museum contains historical exhibits, artifacts, educational displays, and material about Elberton's famous Granite Industry. Exhibits explain quarrying and manufacturing techniques.
Lincolnton, Georgia
Dawsonville, Georgia
History, Specialized
The Elliott Museum exhibits the historic Bill Elliott Family racing memorabilia and collectables with a Souvenir Center on site. Also Fan Club Headquarters.
Moreland, Georgia
The home and birthplace of the author of "Tobacco Road" and "God's Little Acre" displays personal items. Collections of books, movie art, U.S. and foreign versions of Caldwell's work and a video presentation are available. Book and gift shop.
Cartersville, Georgia
The mission of the gallery is for people to experience the visual arts on all levels through observation, education, and participation by featuring local and regional artists.
Euharlee, Georgia
Archaeology, Cemetery, Culture, History, Military, Specialized
The Museum contains artifacts of an agricultural area-begun in 1832. Located in the Historic District of downtown Euharlee
Augusta, Georgia
Historic House
The house built by tobacco merchant Ezekiel Harris in 1797, the Ezekiel Harris House deemed "…the finest 18th century house surviving in Georgia.." by the Smithsonian's Guide to Historic America.
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