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Georgia Archives

The Georgia Archives, formerly a division of the office of the secretary o


Most of the apple crops produced in Georgia are grown in the north Georgia mountains.

Atlanta Falcons

In 1965 the Atlanta Falcons became the first professional football team in the city of Atlanta and the fifteenth National Football Lea

Franklin Tree (Franklinia alatamaha)

The Franklin tree or lost camellia (Franklinia alatamaha) is an unusually beautiful tree, once native only to Georgia, tha

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