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Georgia State is the south bordered by the Georgia. Georgia is also known as the Peach State and the Empire State of the South. Georgia's population in 2000 was 8,186,453. Georgia state was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution on 1788. Georgia was the ninth most populous state in United States. Georgia is ranked 24th in size among the 50 U.S. states. The state highest point in Georgia is Brasstown Bald. It is the 4,784 feet and the lowest point is sea level. The central piedmont extends from the foothills to the fall line, where the rivers cascade down in elevation to the continental coastal plain of the southern part of the state. Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River. It was gained independence in 1991, Georgia began to stabilize in 1994. Georgia climate is the hot and humid summers are typical, except at the highest elevations. Georgia has 63 parks, 48 of which are state parks and 15 that are historic sites, and numerous state wildlife preserves. It is all observed on the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Georgia Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Georgia State culture was influenced by its economy, most notably from forestry and its many benefits to the Georgia state and her people. Georgia culture with such foods as seafood, cornbread, peaches and grits being part of the people of Georgia's diet and economy. In 1732 the Georgia culture organised by the with its settlement by British colonists. The Georgia state is also the home of four prominent religious seminaries. Georgia has 63 parks and 48 of which are state parks and 15 that are historic sites, and numerous state wildlife preserves. Other historic sites and parks are supervised by the National Park Service and include the Andersonville National Historic Site in Andersonville. In Georgio attractions fabulous museums, beautiful gardens and great amusement parks to professional sporting events and art gallaries through out the Georgia state. The main attractions are two historic homes, Tullie Smith House. The Georgia has professional teams in all major sports, Olympic Games. The State of Georgia has a team in eight major professional leagues i.e MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, ABA, AFL, IL, and ECHL. The Georgia Games, an Olympic legacy, began due to the state's eagerness to prove Georgia's interest in amateur sports.

Georgia Demographics

Georgia total population - 8,186,453
Georgia male population - 4,027,113
Georgia female population - 4,159,340
Georgia white population - 5,327,281
Georgia black population - 2,349,542
Georgia American Indian and Alaska Native - 21,737
Georgia Asian population - 173,170
Georgia Hispanic or Latino population - 435,227

Georgia School Information

Georgia has almost 70 public colleges, universities, and technical colleges in addition to over 45 private institutes of higher learning. In Georgia is also including also boarding schools for children. In 1993 the first school for internally displaced persons pened for elementary, secondary, and high school education. In this Georgia state the high school students mustreceive passing scores on four Georgia High School Graduation Tests. There subjects are include Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies.

Georgia State Symbols

Georgia state nickname - Empire state of the south, Peach State

Georgia state flag
Georgia state mammal
Georgia state mammal
Right Whale
Georgia state  bird
Georgia state bird
Brown thrasher
Georgia state   fish
Georgia state fish
Largemouth Bass
Georgia state  dance
Georgia state dance
Square Dance
Georgia state  insect
Georgia state insect
Georgia state   flower
Georgia state flower
Cherokee Rose
Georgia state  motto
Georgia state motto
''Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation''
Georgia state  song
Georgia state song
Georgia on My Mind
Georgia state  tree
Georgia state tree
Live oak
Georgia state  Soil
Georgia state Soil
Georgia state    shell
Georgia state shell
Knobbed Whelk
Georgia state   fruit
Georgia state fruit
Georgia state   vegetable
Georgia state vegetable
Vidalia onion
Georgia state   reptile
Georgia state reptile
Gopher Tortoise
Georgia state   fossil
Georgia state fossil
Shark Tooth

Georgia History

Georgia state was founded in 1733 at the time of the American Revolution. In 1784 Washington and Franklin counties were organized. The Salzburgers, central European Protestants, became the first non-British group to settle in Georgia beginning in 1734. The end of the war did not bring immediate recovery. Thousands of people, black and white, were displaced or missed in the 1870 federal census. In this Georgia state countis are not formed until 1777. Most civil court cases were handled completely by the Superior Court. In 1904, Georgia voters had approved a constitutional amendment limiting the number of counties in the Georgia state to 145. Georgia established its first state constitution in 1777. On 1776 July 4th the Georgia was gained their independence. On Jan. 1, 1932, Milton and Campbell counties merged with Fulton, leaving 159 counties.

Georgia Tourist Information

The Georgia northern part is in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Chambers of Commerce are dedicated and committed to promoting their Georgia location. Georgia is home for 63 parks, 48 of which are state parks and 15 that are historic sites, and numerous state wildlife preserves. There are historical tourist attractions, family vacation spots, historical parks, amusement parks, adventure parks, historical landmarks, family tourist attractions, water parks, ghost towns, planetariums, museums, zoos, wineries, golf courses, miniature golf courses, sport parks, theme parks, Georgia state parks, national parks, monuments, botanical gardens, ski lodges, rockhounding locations, scenic drives, historical sites, including Georgia tourist attractions with lodging.

Georgia Transportation

Georgia State Transportation recently recognized a former Georgia Department of Transportation commissioner with a resolution lauding his service. Georgia important interstate highways are I-95, I-20, I-16, I-59 and I-24. I-285 is Presidential Pathways, Georgia's perimeter route and I-575 connects with counties in north Georgia on I-75. Georgia's principal airport is Hartsfield-Jackson Presidential Pathways International Airport. It is the world's busiest passenger airport. Georgia's important airports are Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport and DeKalb Peachtree Airport. DeKalb Peachtree Airport is located on Chamblee, Georgia.

Georgia Taxes

Georgia State Tax Rate Range Low 1.00 %- High 6.00%
Georgia State Tax Income Brackets Lowest 750 (g) - Highest 7000 (g)
Georgia State Personal Exemptions Single -2,700, Married - 5,400, Dependents - 3000
Georgia State Sales Tax Rate on Food 4%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Georgia State Total Tax on Gasoline 18.5%, on Diesel Fuel 19.8%
Georgia State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 37(¢ per pack)
Georgia State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.32($ per gallon)
Georgia State Wine Excise Tax Rate $1.51($ per gallon)

Georgia Universities

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - 17,936 students
Emory University - 12,338 students
University of Georgia - 33,959 students
Spelman College - 2,290 students
Morehouse College - 2,933 students
Georgia College & State University - 6,040 students
Mercer University - 7,049 students
Agnes Scott College - 914 students
Savannah College of Art and Design - 8,236 students
Georgia State University - 26,135 students

Georgia Religions

Protestant - 70%
Baptist - 24%
Methodist - 12%
Presbyterian - 3%
Pentecostal - 3%
Catholic - 12%
Other - 3%
Non-religious - 13%

Georgia Counties

Appling County, Georgia - 17,419 Population
Atkinson County, Georgia - 7,609 Population
Bacon County, Georgia - 10,103 Population
Baker County, Georgia - 4,074 Population
Baldwin County, Georgia - 44,700 Population
Banks County, Georgia - 14,422 Population
Barrow County, Georgia - 46,144 Population
Bartow County, Georgia - 76,019 Population
Ben Hill County, Georgia - 17,484 Population
Berrien County, Georgia - 16,235 Population
Bibb County, Georgia - 153,887 Population
Bleckley County, Georgia - 11,666 Population
Brooks County, Georgia - 16,450 Population
Bryan County, Georgia - 23,417 Population
Bulloch County, Georgia - 55,983 Population
Burke County, Georgia - 22,243 Population
Butts County, Georgia - 19,522 Population
Calhoun County, Georgia - 6,320 Population
Camden County, Georgia - 43,664 Population
Candler County, Georgia - 9,577 Population
Carroll County, Georgia - 87,268 Population
Catoosa County, Georgia - 53,282 Population
Charlton County, Georgia - 10,282 Population
Chatham County, Georgia - 232,048 Population
Chattahoochee County, Georgia - 14,882 Population
Chattooga County, Georgia - 25,470 Population
Cherokee County, Georgia - 141,903 Population
Clarke County, Georgia - 101,489 Population
Clay County, Georgia - 3,357 Population
Clayton County, Georgia - 236,517 Population
Clinch County, Georgia - 6,878 Population
Cobb County, Georgia - 607,751 Population
Coffee County, Georgia - 37,413 Population
Colquitt County, Georgia - 42,053 Population
Columbia County, Georgia - 89,288 Population
Cook County, Georgia - 15,771 Population
Coweta County, Georgia - 89,215 Population
Crawford County, Georgia - 12,495 Population
Crisp County, Georgia - 21,996 Population
Dade County, Georgia - 15,154 Population
Dawson County, Georgia - 15,999 Population
Decatur County, Georgia - 28,240 Population
DeKalb County, Georgia - 665,865 Population
Dodge County, Georgia - 19,171 Population
Dooly County, Georgia - 11,525 Population
Dougherty County, Georgia - 96,065 Population
Douglas County, Georgia - 92,174 Population
Early County, Georgia - 12,354 Population
Echols County, Georgia - 3,754 Population
Effingham County, Georgia - 37,535 Population
Elbert County, Georgia - 20,511 Population
Emanuel County, Georgia - 21,837 Population
Evans County, Georgia - 10,495 Population
Fannin County, Georgia - 19,798 Population
Fayette County, Georgia - 91,263 Population
Floyd County, Georgia - 90,565 Population
Forsyth County, Georgia - 98,407 Population
Franklin County, Georgia - 20,285 Population
Fulton County, Georgia - 816,006 Population
Gilmer County, Georgia - 23,456 Population
Glascock County, Georgia - 2,556 Population
Glynn County, Georgia - 67,568 Population
Gordon County, Georgia - 44,104 Population
Grady County, Georgia - 23,659 Population
Greene County, Georgia - 14,406 Population
Gwinnett County, Georgia - 757,104 Population
Habersham County, Georgia - 35,902 Population
Hall County, Georgia - 139,277 Population
Hancock County, Georgia - 10,076 Population
Haralson County, Georgia - 25,690 Population
Harris County, Georgia - 23,695 Population
Hart County, Georgia - 22,997 Population
Heard County, Georgia - 11,012 Population
Henry County, Georgia - 119,341 Population
Houston County, Georgia - 110,765 Population
Irwin County, Georgia - 9,931 Population
Jackson County, Georgia - 41,589 Population
Jasper County, Georgia - 11,426 Population
Jeff Davis County, Georgia - 12,684 Population
Jefferson County, Georgia - 17,266 Population
Jenkins County, Georgia - 8,575 Population
Johnson County, Georgia - 8,560 Population
Jones County, Georgia - 23,639 Population
Lamar County, Georgia - 15,912 Population
Lanier County, Georgia - 7,241 Population
Laurens County, Georgia - 44,874 Population
Lee County, Georgia - 24,757 Population
Liberty County, Georgia - 61,610 Population
Lincoln County, Georgia - 8,348 Population
Long County, Georgia - 10,304 Population
Lowndes County, Georgia - 92,115 Population
Lumpkin County, Georgia - 21,016 Population
Macon County, Georgia - 14,074 Population
Madison County, Georgia - 25,730 Population
Marion County, Georgia - 7,144 Population
McDuffie County, Georgia - 21,231 Population
McIntosh County, Georgia - 10,847 Population
Meriwether County, Georgia - 22,534 Population
Miller County, Georgia - 6,383 Population
Mitchell County, Georgia - 23,932 Population
Monroe County, Georgia - 21,757 Population
Montgomery County, Georgia - 8,270 Population
Morgan County, Georgia - 15,457 Population
Murray County, Georgia - 36,506 Population
Muscogee County, Georgia - 186,291 Population
Newton County, Georgia - 62,001 Population
Oconee County, Georgia - 26,225 Population
Oglethorpe County, Georgia - 12,635 Population
Paulding County, Georgia - 81,678 Population
Peach County, Georgia - 23,668 Population
Pickens County, Georgia - 22,983 Population
Pierce County, Georgia - 15,636 Population
Pike County, Georgia - 13,688 Population
Polk County, Georgia - 38,127 Population
Pulaski County, Georgia - 9,588 Population
Putnam County, Georgia - 18,812 Population
Quitman County, Georgia - 2,598 Population
Rabun County, Georgia - 15,050 Population
Randolph County, Georgia - 7,791 Population
Richmond County, Georgia - 199,775 Population
Rockdale County, Georgia - 70,111 Population
Schley County, Georgia - 3,766 Population
Screven County, Georgia - 15,374 Population
Seminole County, Georgia - 9,369 Population
Spalding County, Georgia - 58,417 Population
Stephens County, Georgia - 25,435 Population
Stewart County, Georgia - 5,252 Population
Sumter County, Georgia - 33,200 Population
Talbot County, Georgia - 6,498 Population
Taliaferro County, Georgia - 2,077 Population
Tattnall County, Georgia - 22,305 Population
Taylor County, Georgia - 8,815 Population
Telfair County, Georgia - 11,794 Population
Terrell County, Georgia - 10,970 Population
Thomas County, Georgia - 42,737 Population
Tift County, Georgia - 38,407 Population
Toombs County, Georgia - 26,067 Population
Towns County, Georgia - 9,319 Population
Treutlen County, Georgia - 6,854 Population
Troup County, Georgia - 58,779 Population
Turner County, Georgia - 9,504 Population
Twiggs County, Georgia - 10,590 Population
Union County, Georgia - 17,289 Population
Upson County, Georgia - 27,597 Population
Walker County, Georgia - 61,053 Population
Walton County, Georgia - 60,687 Population
Ware County, Georgia - 35,483 Population
Warren County, Georgia - 6,336 Population
Washington County, Georgia - 21,176 Population
Wayne County, Georgia - 26,565 Population
Webster County, Georgia - 2,390 Population
Wheeler County, Georgia - 6,179 Population
White County, Georgia - 19,944 Population
Whitfield County, Georgia - 83,525 Population
Wilcox County - 8,577 Population
Wilkes County, Georgia - 10,687 Population
Wilkinson County, Georgia - 10,220 Population
Worth County, Georgia - 21,967 Population

Georgia Government

Georgia has 159 counties. Counties have been named for prominent figures in both American and Georgian history. In 1784 Washington and Franklin counties were organized. Several counties have a Sole Commissioner government. The Georgia Constitution mandates a maximum of 56 senators. Georgia's Constitution provides all counties and cities with "home rule" authority. Counties have been named for prominent figures in both American and Georgian history, but many bear names with Native American origin. Judges for the smaller courts are elected by the Georgia state's citizens who live within that court's jurisdiction to four-year terms. In 1994 the Georgia began to stabilize. In 1996, the government focused its attention to implementing an ambitious economic reform program and professionalizing its parliament.

Georgia Economy

The Georgia state economy is based on generally agriculture, mining, fishing and manufacturing. Georgia rank is the 28th leading by the economy in the terrain. Georgia agricultural substances of live stocks are egg, broiler, beef cattle, hogs and milk and the main crops are peanuts, pecans, tobacco, soybeans, corn, hay, oats, sorghum grain and wheat. Georgia's mining objects are clay, kaolin and crushed stone, building stone, sand and gravel, Barite, bauxite, feldspar, kyanite, mica, and talc. From 1940 the industrialization is growing in Georgia to achieve nationally. Georgia's manufacturing substances are foods and beverages. The Georgia is center of automobile and aircraft industrialized. Trade and service sectors are play significant task on Georgia economy. Georgia has 15 Fortune 500 companies, 26 Fortune 1000 companies and their headquarters. Fishing and tourism also based on Georgia economy. As per 2010 the Georgia gross product was nearly $403.1 billion. Peanuts are the huge manufacturer of Georgia.

Georgia Parks

Andersonville National Historic Site - Andersonville, GA: There are no fees for park interpretive programs or for entrance to the National Prisoner of War Museum. Appalachian National Scenic Trail - Maine to Georgia, CT,GA,MA,MD,ME,NC,NH,NJ,NY,PA,TN,VA,VT,WV: There are no fees required to hike the A.T., and generally, no reservations are required or accepted at trail shelters or overnight sites. Augusta Canal National Heritage Area - Augusta, GA: Center admission only $6. One-hour Boat tour, only $4. One-hour boat tour, Three-hour tour $18. Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area - Presidential Pathways, GA: $3.00 per day. Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park - Fort Oglethorpe, GA: No Entrance Fee. Cumberland Island National Seashore - Saint Marys, GA: No entrance fees will be collected from individuals under the age of 16 years old. Fort Frederica National Monument - St. Simons Island, GA: $3.00 per person, children 15 and under are free. Fort Pulaski National Monument - Savannah, GA: $3.00 entrance fee charged for all visitors 16 years of age and older. Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor - FL,GA,NC,SC: The Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor does not charge any fees. Jimmy Carter National Historic Site - Plains, GA: Entrance to the historic site is free.. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park - Kennesaw, GA: Parking and entrence fee is free. Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site - Presidential Pathways, GA: There are only 15 persons permitted on a tour. Ocmulgee National Monument - Macon, GA: No fees are charged to enter and visit Ocmulgee National Monument. Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail - AL,AR,GA,IL,KY,MO,NC,OK,TN: There are no user or entry fees for the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. Entry fees are charged at two of the three National Park Service areas on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.