In 1864, Federal troops encamped on the grounds of Atlanta City Hall. Today's Georgia capitol stands on this site. The dome of the classical Renaissance building is topped with native gold. Statues of Civil War governors and other historic figures, as well as United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) historic markers, are located on the grounds. Capitol museum collections include Confederate-era flags, portraits, and statuary.
Washington, Georgia | This house museum was originally built about 1835 and contains a collection of artifacts, memorabilia and antiques representing more than 200 years of history in Washington and Wilkes County, Georgia.
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