States and Their Presidents

From the beginning the Founders were opposed to a lot of centralized government. Not all that surprising as they just threw off a monarchy. The Confederation was conceived as a loose group of semi-independent states, working in cooperation with each other. But not having a true Central government meant that states were getting into […]

(1788)(4)Georgia

A Georgia Winery. Never heard of Georgia Wine. Any good?

Georgia is the 4th State of the Union, an Original Colony, and was a Confederate State. The capital city of Georgia is Atlanta.

Georgia On My Mind…and on a lot of other minds as well. Of all the Southern States, Georgia seems […]

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States and the Constitution

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