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Savannah History Museum

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The Savannah History Museum is home to more than 10,000 artifacts -- the largest collection of artifacts in the entire coastal community. The museum showcases the city’s history from its founding in 1733 to the present day. Inside, you can see exhibits about the Revolutionary War Battle of Savannah, rare dugout canoes from the 1800s, and a changing exhibit of women’s fashions from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Other exhibits include weapons and military uniforms, as well as items from Savannah’s railway history. Visitors may also enjoy our plush theatre and film presentation, "Savannah the Survivor."

The Savannah History Museum
303 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 651-6825
(912) 651-6827
E-mail shm@chsgeorgia.org

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Georgia Council on American Indian Concerns
c/o Historic Preservation Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
254 Washington Street SW, Ground Floor, Atlanta, GA 30334
Telephone: 404-651-8630 - Fax: 404-657-1368
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