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www.visitaugusta.com/plan/fun-facts

Fun Facts About Augusta. Interesting facts and trivia can enhance any trip or vacation. ... Augusta was twice capital of Georgia. The Medical College of Georgia was the state’s first medical school. In the late 1800s, Augusta staked out a claim as a resort city. Guests included President William H. Taft, John D. Rockefeller, and Harvey Firestone.

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- The Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), includes surrounding counties in Georgia and South Carolina, The Garden City of the South, chosen in the early 20th century because of the City's many large private gardens

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augusta,_Georgia

Augusta is the principal city of the Augusta metropolitan area, situated in both Georgia and South Carolina on both sides of the Savannah River. In 2017 it had an estimated population of 600,151, making it the second-largest metro area in the state.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Augusta,_Georgia

Augusta, Georgia was founded in 1735 as part of the British colony of Georgia, under the supervision of colony founder James Oglethorpe.It was the colony's second established town, after Savannah.Today, Augusta is the third-largest city in Georgia, and the largest city of the Central Savannah River Area

www.augusta.edu/fastfacts

Augusta University Facts & Figures. On December 20, 1828, by Act of the Georgia General Assembly, seven faculty members founded Augusta University's oldest college, the Medical College of Georgia. Augusta University is a public research university and medical center dedicated to training the next generation of innovators, leaders and health ...

www.visitaugusta.com/plan/about-augusta

About Augusta Georgia. At first, they came to escape the cold northern winters. Drawn to Augusta, Georgia in the late 1800’s by the mild climate, presidents, industrialists, and socialites stepped down from private rail cars to winter at resort hotels dotting the landscape of the classic Southern city.

www.augustaga.gov/397/History

Augusta, Georgia, located in the east central section of the state, is approximately 150 miles east of Atlanta on Interstate 20. The Savannah River serves as the boundary between Augusta and Aiken County, South Carolina. Augusta’s current population is about 200,000.

www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/.../augusta

Augusta is Georgia's second oldest and second largest city and is the seat of Richmond County. Nature helped determine the course of Augusta's history. Situated at the fall line between the Piedmont and the Upper Coastal Plain, the focal point of natural trails, ...

www.nps.gov/nr/travel/augusta/historyaugustaoverview.html

Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary AUGUSTA. History of Augusta . Founded in 1736 on the western bank of the Savannah River, Augusta, Georgia became the second town of the 13th British colony. General James Edward Oglethorpe, the colony’s founder, ordered the settlement and chose its location at the head of navigation of the ...

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Founded on Feb. 12, 1733, Georgia was the thirteenth of the 13 original colonies. Learn more state history and facts on our Georgia Facts page.