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Fortresses of Savannah. Part of the Images of America: Georgia Series). Like stalwart soldiers standing silent guard, the mighty fortresses of Savannah once served as guardians over the new colony of Georgia. In 1733, Gen. James Oglethorpe, upon stepping ashore in this new world, authorized fortifications to be constructed to protect her new residents. Forts and townships now known only in name defended Georgia's first citizens against the Native Americans and the Spanish.
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Fort Pulaski - John Walker Guss. The primary purpose of this innovative and massive fortification along the coast of Georgia was to protect the Savannah River and the valuable port city of Savannah, originally settled by Gen. James Oglethorpe in 1733. Oddly enough, all of these innovative forts that had been constructed to defend against foreign invaders never felt any serious threats during their early years of standing watch over the US coastlines.
Georgia was one of the original seven slave states that formed the Confederate States of America in February 1861, triggering the . Civil War. The state governor, Democrat Joseph E. Brown, wanted locally raised troops to be used only for the defence of Georgia, in defiance of Confederate president Jefferson Davis, who wanted to deploy them on other battlefronts.
Rear view of Fort Walker located on Hilton Head Island and captured by the Union Naval Forces . The surrender of Savannah and marked the end of William T. Sherman's march to the sea. Capture of Savannah Georgia.
The surrender of Savannah and marked the end of William T.
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