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Georgia Calendars



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BOOKS ABOUT GEORGIA

Georgia
Georgia

Georgia A State History
Georgia:
A State History

Georgia Off the Beaten Path
Georgia:
Off the
Beaten Path

Gone With the Wind
Gone with
the Wind

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil

P is for Peach: A Georgia Alphabet
P is for Peach:
A Georgia Alphabet



Famous
Georgians

Robert Sengstacke Abbott
Conrad Aiken
Daniel Boorstin
Jim Brown
Erskine Caldwell
James E. Carter
Ray Charles
Alice Coachman
Ty Cobb
Charles Coburn
Angela Davis
Ossie Davis
James Dickey
Mattiwilda Dobbs
Melvyn Douglas
Lawrence Fishburne
Amy Grant
Oliver Hardy
Joel Chandler Harris
Roland Hayes
Hulk Hogan
John Henry ‘Doc’ Holliday
Larry Holmes
Miriam Hopkins
Harry James
Jasper Johns
Georgia Douglas Johnson
Bobby Jones
Stacy Keach
DeForest Kelley
Fanny Kemble
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Gladys Knight
Sidney Lanier
Brenda Lee
Juliette Gordon Low
Bridget “Biddy” Mason
Carson McCullers
Blind Willie McTell
Johnny Mercer
Margaret Mitchell
Jessye Norman
Otis Redding
Jerry Reed
Burt Reynolds
Little Richard
Jackie Robinson
Tommy Roe
Billy Joe Royal
Dean Rusk
Nipsey Russell
Ray Stevens
Clarence Thomas
Alice Walker
Mary Lou Williams
Joanne Woodward
Trisha Yearwood

Georgia Signers
of the Declaration

of Independence
Button Gwinnett
Lyman Hall
George Walton

Greetings from...

Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Brunswick
Macon
Okefenokee Swamp
Savannah
St Simon's Island
Warm Springs




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Georgia Posters, Prints, Photographs, Calendars, Maps
for social studies classroom and home schoolers, themed decor in studio or office.


social studies > GEORGIA < S < US < NA < geography

Georgia from Space PosterGeorgia, known as the “Peach State” and “Empire of the South”, joined the Union on January 2, 1788 as the 4th state. Georgia, named for King George II of England, was one of the original 13 colonies.

Georgia is in the South Atlantic Region - Tennessee and South Carolina are to the north, the Atlantic Ocean is to the east, Florida is to the south and Alabama is to the west.

State Bird : Brown Thrasher
State Flower : Cherokee Rose & State Wildflower: Azalea
State Insect : Honey Bee
State Fruit : Peach
State Tree : Live Oak
State Capital : Atlanta
State Motto : Wisdom, Justice & Moderation
Georgia Map by county.
US Census Bureau facts
Georgia Facts


Georgia Flag Art Print
Georgia Flag
Art Print

State Capitol, Atlanta, Georgia Art Print
State Capitol,
Atlanta, Georgia
Art Print

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University of Georgia, Athens Art Print
University of Georgia, Athens
Art Print

Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA Art Print
Georgia Tech,
Atlanta, GA
Art Print


Tybee Lighthouse, Savannah Beach, Georgia Art Print
Tybee Lighthouse, Savannah Beach, Georgia
Art Print

Tybee Lighthouse, Savannah Beach, Georgia


Map Georgia Art Print
Map Georgia
Art Print

The Peach State, Georgia, Map, Art Print
The Peach State, Georgia, Map,
Art Print
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food posters

Brown Thrasher, Songbird, Art Print
Brown Thrasher, Songbird, Art Print

Brown Thrasher
(Georgia State Bird)

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The Cherokee Rose, Giclee Print
The Cherokee Rose,
Giclee Print

The Cherokee Rose
(Georgia State Flower)

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World of Bees Poster

World of Bees Poster

Honey Bee-
(Georgia State Insect)
The honey bee is important as a principal pollinator of crops and for producing pleasant-tasting and healthful honey. A social insect, the honey bee lives in highly organized colonies.

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food posters


Live Oak Tree Draped with Spanish Moss, Savannah, Georgia, USA, Photographic Print
Live Oak Tree Draped with Spanish Moss, Savannah, Georgia, USA,
Photographic Print

Live Oak-
(Georgia State Tree)


Stone Mountain, Atlanta, Georgia Art Print
Stone Mountain,
Atlanta, Georgia
Art Print

Stone Mountain, Atlanta, Georgia


Agreement Documenting the Forced Removal of the Indians from Their Homeland in Georgia, 1831, Giclee Print
Agreement Documenting the Forced Removal of the Indians from Their Homeland in Georgia, 1831,
Giclee Print

Indian removal was a nineteenth century policy of the government of the United States to relocate Native American tribes living east of the Mississippi River to lands west of the river.

The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 26, 1830.

The Five Civilized Tribes were the five Native American nations: the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole, which were considered civilized by Anglo-European settlers during the colonial and early federal period because they adopted many of the colonists' customs and had generally good relations with their neighbors.

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Washington Headquarters, Augusta, Georgia Art Print
Washington Headquarters,
Augusta, Georgia
Art Print

When George Washington visited Georgia in 1791 he stayed at the home of George Walton, one of the three Signers of the Declaration of Independence from Georgia (Button Gwinnett and Lyman Hall).


Joel Chandler Harris Home, Atlanta, Georgia Art Print
Joel Chandler Harris Home, Atlanta, Georgia Art Print

Joel Chandler Harris
b. 12-8-1848; Eatonton, Georgia
d. 7-3-1908

Joel Chandler Harris, journalist, fiction writer, and folklorist, is best known for his collection of “Uncle Remus” stories. Uncle Remus is the fictional narrator, a traditional storytelling device, employed by Harris.

Walt Disney produced a film in 1946 based on the Uncle Remus tales called Song of the South.

literature posters


Juliette Gordon Low House Art Print
Juliette Gordon Low House Art Print

Juliette Gordon Low
b. 10-31-1860; Savannah, GA
d. 1-17-1927

Juliette Gordon Low
Notable Women posters


Little White House, Warm Springs, GA, Art Print
Little White House, Warm Springs, GA, Art Print

Warm Springs, Georgia is a “spa” town, well known for mineral springs which are a constant 90ºF (32ºC).

Franklin Delano Roosevelt visited Warm Springs often, for the rehabilitating of his paralytic illness, the severity of which was otherwise hidden from the public.

Eleanor Roosevelt posters


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