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Chippewa Square in Savannah Georgia
Chippewa Square in Savannah Georgia

Introduction - Georgia

The largest state in the southeast region of the United States, covering over 59,000 square miles (152,809 square kilometers), is Georgia. For those who appreciate varied and interesting typography Georgia has it all; here you will find miles of coastline, swampland, marshes, and mountain ranges. Georgia has an interesting history; it is a state where major military action took place. Perhaps the most famous being Union army leader William T. Sherman's capturing of Atlanta in 1864 and his famous march to the sea which brought devastation and destruction to the state. Read the following kid-friendly facts and information to discover why this state, home to one of the oldest cities in the nation, is so rich in history and culture.

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