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Fort King George Historic Site

Fort King George

The Fort King George Historic Site, on the river bluff, had been used by Indians for over 10,000 years. The lower bluff on the Altamaha River was occupied by a succession of Indian groups, was later inhabited by the Spanish missionaries, and eventually became a British fortified outpost in 1721. The museum at the site relates the story of the Indian as well as the Spanish, British, and Scottish generations of Americans.

For more information, call 912-437-4770 or visit:

http://gastateparks.org/info/ftkinggeorge/

 

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Georgia Council on American Indian Concerns
c/o Historic Preservation Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
2610 GA Hwy 155, SW, Stockbridge, GA 30281
Telephone: 770.389.7864
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