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By Blair Howard Norman Renouf Kathy Renouf

An entire revision of this well known best-seller that covers Beaufort, Myrtle seashore, New Bern, Savannah, the ocean Islands, Hilton Head, Brunswick and the Golden Isles, Okefenokee Swamp, the Outer Banks, Charleston, Cape Hatteras and the entire areas in-between.

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National Forest Campgrounds There are many campgrounds located in the National Forests on the East Coast. Facilities at most are rarely as extensive as they are at their sister state park units. Some are downright basic – no hookups, hand-pumped water, and so on. If you’re one of those die-hard primitive campers that likes to get down and dirty, you’ll find yourself at home in the National Parks. Adventures Profit is the motivating force at commercial campgrounds. Large or small, they are in business to make money, and that’s good for the camper.

John the Baptist, % 912-233-4709, is found at Lafayette Square, 222 East Harris Street. Its congregation was first organized in the late 1770s, making it the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Georgia. The present structure, which replaced earlier ones, was dedicated in 1876. The First African Baptist Church, % 912-233-6597, Franklin Square, 23 Montgomery Street, was founded in 1773. It lays claim to being the oldest continuously active, autonomously developed African-American church on the continent of North America.

To that end, he suggested that a colony populated by the economically less fortunate and the religious non-conformists in Georgia would serve also as a buffer to separate the English settlers in the Carolinas from the Spanish settlers in Florida. His heartfelt and persuasive arguments won a charter for the Georgia Colony in 1732. On February 12, 1733 Oglethorpe, with more than a hundred settlers, landed at Yamacraw Bluff on the Savannah River to establish America’s 13th, and final, colony. By the time he returned to England the next year, Georgia was attracting colonists of German Lutheran, Moravian and Scottish Presbyterian faiths.

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