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Stockbridge, Georgia
Park
Buena Vista, Georgia
History
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Atlanta, Georgia
History
The twelve rooms, twelve series exhibition journey takes you through one hundred and eight paintings, representing some of the most powerful works of art ever assembled under one roof.
Dallas, Georgia
History, Library
The Museum displays a collection of the artifacts from Paulding County and surrounding areas.
Thomasville, Georgia
History
Pebble Hill Plantation is a 20th Century shooting plantation-sporting art, antiques and Audubon Prints.(Children under 6 years not admitted to the house.)
Blackshear, Georgia
History
The Heritage Museum and Genealogical Library highlights the history of Pierce County and Southeast Georgia. The exhibits include Blackshear Prison Camp during the Civil War and Civil War artifacts, farm implements, photos, and early 1900's furniture.
Savannah, Georgia
Art
Cedartown, Georgia
Historical Society
The Polk County Historical Society with Museum was established in 1974 to preserve the heritage of Polk County. The museum provides displays of early artifacts of industrial, Indian and domestic items.
Columbus, Georgia
This facility tells the story of naval operations during the Civil War. It features uniforms, equipment, a cannon, art and two Confederate warship hulls recovered from the Chattahoochee River.
Lumpkin, Georgia
Park
Atlanta, Georgia
Library
Georgia State University has research collections and exhibits documenting Southern labor, American popular music, twentieth century Atlanta and Georgia politics and women.
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