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Jekyll Island

Jekyll Island, at 5,700 acres, is the smallest of Georgia's barrier islands.

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Jean Childs Young (1933-1994)

Jean Childs Young was the first lady of Atlanta during the mayoral terms of her husband,

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Barbecue

Barbecue (barbeque, BBQ, BarBQ) is a popular cooking method used primarily for meats served at parties, picnics, family gatherings, and fund-raisers.

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Blessing of the Fleet

The Blessing of the Fleet is a centuries-old tradition originating in southern European, predominantly Catholic, fishing communities.

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