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Milledgeville served as Georgia’s capital city from 1803 when the Georgia legislature surveyed the land and named it in honor of the then-current governor, John Milledge, until 1868 when the capital was moved to the emerging symbol of the New South, Atlanta. Milledgeville is the only city in the U.S., with the exception of Washington […]

May 23, 2019

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Lake Sinclair made its home in Middle Georgia in 1953 when the Georgia Power Company finally finished construction of the Sinclair Damn.  The power company began construction of the dam all the way back in 1929 to harness the power of the Oconee River but the company had to suspend work shortly thereafter when the […]

Mar 12, 2019

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