National Georgia Day | August 3
Thu Aug 3rd

National Georgia Day

We recognize each state in the order they entered the union, beginning with Hawaii and ending with Hawaii on Independence Day. We feature a small part of each state's past, foods, and the people who make up the state. There's so much more to discover, we can't help but celebrate our beautiful country even more.


James Oglethorpe, Georgia's ancestor, settled Savannah, the colony's first capital. Augusta, Louisville, Milledgeville, Milledgeville, and eventually, Atlanta will have four more capitals, Augusta, Louisville, Milledgeville, and eventually, Atlanta.

A dividing has always existed both politically and socioeconomically. Given that Georgia was initially established as a barrier of fortification between South Carolina's southern border and the Spanish settled in Florida, perhaps Georgia lived up to destiny.

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In 1735, Georgia first banned slavery. She was the first one to do so of the 13 original colonies. The prohibition lasted 15 years. Georgia leaned toward supporting the crown during the Revolution, and was the single colony not in attendance at the First Continental Congress.

Georgia first delegate, Lyman Hall, was sent by Georgia first during the Second Continental Congress. However, Hall did not vote because he only represented a single parish in Georgia, but he didn't vote because he only represented a single parish in Georgia. Button Gwinnett and George Walton were named official delegates by the colony later. The Declaration of Independence was signed by the three children.

Georgia's Wars were devastating. Her people and the economy suffered, but social change remained stubborn, and resistance to social change persisted.

Industrial and technological advancements in Georgia's economy during the twentieth century found a niche in the Georgia economy during the twentieth century. Georgia, which has resurgently as a hub for airlines, military bases, and multinational corporations, has reopened.

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When it comes to Georgia, home-cookin' and comfort food come to mind. Don't be surprised by the serving size, the number of fried foods or desserts, or desserts. Two things are certain, they're made from the heart, and they are delectable!

About everything can be fried, including okra, green tomatoes, chicken, seafood, and Vidalia onions. These sweet onions grow in Vidalia and 20 Georgia counties, and nowhere else by Geogia law.

Peaches are to Georgia like summer is summer. Take a bite out of a ripe one and let the juice drip down your chin. Or, try all the delectable peach pastries or canned peaches Georgia has to offer. There are so many ways to bring the flavor of Georgia home with you, from pies to jellies.

To enjoy the summer weather, grab a Coca-Cola and some boiled peanuts. Georgia is home to Coca-Cola, and salty peanuts dating back to the Civil War period.

Real BBQ has found a home in the South and Georgia, but you'd better arrive early or you won't be served. When it's done right, there's bound to be a limited supply, so it sells out early, too!

A Brunswick stew is in order when the weather is cool. This one-dish will warm the entire family up on cold, Southern evening with tomatoes, lima beans, corn, okra, potatoes, and chicken, beef, or any game to be enjoyed.

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Overall, Georgia's history is rich with inspiration. Alongside the peach orchards and cotton fields, swarms of masterful artists, writers, editors, and poets are gaining popularity. Their experiences with Georgia's beauty, history, and humanity are more than can be appreciated in a single visit.