The great state of Georgia lies in the Southeastern part of the United States.
To begin with, it became a state on January 2,1788 and
was the 4th state. In addition,
according to the 2010 Census,
Georgia ‘s current population is 9,727,566. Finally, Georgia is a
unique state with land,
people, and history.
The land of Georgia
is the first place visitors
want to see! First, visitors want too see the mountains or even the Appalachian
Mountains. The Appalachian Mountains run across northern Georgia and run
about (1,000 miles). And the climate is hot and humid summers it’s also their
winters are mild. Furthermore, The Piedmont covers the middle of Georgia, also the Piedmont means
“foot of the mountain.” In addition, Rolling Red Hills covers the Piedmont, also red clay gives the ground it’s color. All in all, Georgia’s land is beautiful to look
is a nice sight to see! Say if you were in a
airplane and you looked out of the window you would see stadiums, Atlantic City, and busy
roads jammed packed. Moving on, Georgia
has 65 percent of European backgrounds and other two ethnic groups like German
and Scottish. Hence, the first Americans came to Georgia in about 1750. Also, by
1860 slaves made up almost 40 percent of Georgia’s population. After the
Civil War (1861- 1865), all slaves were freed. To sum it up, the people in Georgia have a
fascinating history of African Americans and European people.
Georgia’s history is a fascinating,
most incorrigible to read about. I mean that Georgia’s
people arrived in Georgia
in about 10,000 years ago. They built huge earthen mounds. And some of these
mounds are still standing today. Furthermore, on January 2, 1788 Georgia
approved to the USC (United States Constitution.) In addition, in the 1760s England began
taxing the colonists. The colonist thought that was unfair so they started the
Revolutionary War. In other words, in the 1660s, England had 12 colonies. They were
north of Georgia along the Atlantic Ocean. In conclusion, the History of Georgia is
fascinating to read about.
In conclusion, Georgia is a pleasant
state to see the sights. For example, visitors can visit Georgia’s historical sites
such as the Chickamauga Battlefield, also the visitor center shows many kinds
of guns and cannons that were used during the Civil War. Furthermore, The
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic District is across town of Atlanta. In addition, Atlanta’s University
Center has the largest school of African Americans
in the United States.
All in all, Georgia
is a flawless state for visitors to see land, people, and history, and seeing