The United States of America
Georgia is known as The Peach State, but Georgia also grows large amounts of peanuts
and pecans. Georgia was originally founded as a penal state for prisoners who could not pay their debts.
During the Civil War Atlanta, the capital of Georgia, was burned to the ground. The symbol
of Atlanta is the phoenix, which symbolizes how the city rose from the ashes. Georgia
is known as the birthplace of the civil rights movement. The home of Martin Luther King Jr.
is a National Historic Site in Atlanta.
Map of Georgia
The Peach State
The Brown Thrasher
Home of the Masters
Old Georgia Mansion
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Georgia is the Peach State. The peach became the official state fruit
in 1995. A peach is featured on the Georgia license plate as well as their State
Quarter. Georgia grows 130 million pounds of peaches each year. Georgia has the
reputation of producing the highest quality of peaches in flavor, texture,
appearance and nutrition.
Georgia Peach Farm
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