Historical Marker Series

William Bartram Trails

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