1. KorbenDallas

    Oakmulgee Capital Town Ruins in Georgia - where are they?

    Stumbled into the below text published in a book dated with 1798 (may be). As you can see, the author was talking about some "capital town" and "power and grandeur of the ancients". Same 1798 Book As far as I understand, "vast artificial hills" mentioned in the book are known today as...
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    The State of Georgia #3: Fort Frederica and town Frederica

    Frederica Fort Frederica and town Frederica were built by James Oglethorpe between 1736 and 1748 to protect the southern boundary of the British colony of Georgia from Spanish raids. They named Frederica for Frederick, Prince of Wales, (1707–1751). Located on the St. Simons Island. Fort...
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    The State of Georgia #2: Ebenezer and its Silk Mills

    Intro This article is about a ghost town in the state of Georgia. The name of this town is Ebenezer. To be honest, I don't even know how to approach this article. Things appear to be rather simple, but once you dip your feet in this story, multiple intricate details and inconsistencies start...
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    The State of Georgia #1: Atlanta or Decatur, that is the question.

    For these past few days I've been writing an article about certain inconsistencies pertaining to the state of Georgia. The piece got so big, I had to break it into individual segments. It does appear that we have some circumstantial evidence suggesting that many pre-existing cities and towns...
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    Book | The Dead Towns of Georgia by Charles Colcock Jones

    I don't think we have too many officially published historical texts supporting our research, albeit in a roundabout way. Let's see what useful information we have in the book authored by Charles Colcock Jones Jr., and published in 1878. Link #1: The dead towns of Georgia Link #2: The dead...