William Bartram Trails
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William Bartram, botanist, artist, naturalist, humanist, explored this area and headquartered near here in 1774.
In 1775 William Bartram wrote of viewing "Old Okmulgee Fields" and remains of the power and grandeur of ancients of area.
In 1765 John and William Bartram, naturalists, began an extended trail from Savannah through Georgia and left a legacy of impressions.
John and William Bartram, naturalists, explored Ebenezer and Effinham County on their Savannah~ Augusta Travels.
In 1776, naturalist William Bartram traveled through this area, noting the "cliffs of rocks" now known as Hurl Rocks.
In 1773 William Bartram, here viewed Woodmanston Plantation, later the home of his friend, Naturalist John E. LeConte.
Eminent artist — naturalist.Described numerous species offlora including Franklinia.Explored local area in 1773.
"The village of Augusta." wrote the celebrated American naturalist and botanist of his visits in 1765 and 1773, "is situated on a rich and fertile plain of the Savanna River; the buildings are near its banks and extend two miles. The site of Augusta is perh…
William Bartram Visits Augusta1773 for Indian Ceded Lands Treaty.1775 said . . . ."Augusta would becomethe Metropolis of Georgia"
1773 the Treaty of AugustaBartram visited WrightsboroughHe described the view of high hillsand rich vales. He took on supplies.