History | Augusta, GA

Augusta has a rich history dating as far back as the early 1700s. The settlement was established in 1736 by British General James Oglethorpe, and named in honor of the bride of Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales. Built on the flat slopes of the Savannah River, in the area now known as Summerville, Augusta was also home to many neighboring tribes ...

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Local history | Shire of Augusta-Margaret River

The Augusta Historical Museum is also a source of history information. Augusta Margaret River historical timeline. This was compiled from the Oral History report, written records and input from residents. In constructing the timeline a range of sources was consulted, including oral history participants, the publication "The Light of Leeuwin ...

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Legio II Augusta

2013-3-19 · La Legio II Augusta était une légion de l''armée romaine qui, tout au long de son histoire séculaire, participa aux guerres de Cantabrie de 29 à 19 av. JC, aux campagnes germaniques de Germanicus en 9 de notre ère, à l''invasion de la Grande-Bretagne en 43 et aux campagnes écossaises de Septimus Severus en 208-211.

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.History

Conceived by Edward Ayers, Hugh P. Kelley Professor of History at the University of ia, this site is a massive, searchable archive relating to two Shenandoah Valley counties during the Civil War period--Augusta County, ia and Franklin County, Pennsylvania--divided by …

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"The History of Augusta Military Academy" by Emmett …

ia is mentioned because Augusta Military Academy is located at Fort Defiance in Augusta County of that state; the county, incidentally, which gave the school its name. This thesis is significant in three ways. It is of interest to the thousands of alumni of Augusta because it records for the first time the history …

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Place:Augusta, ia, United States

2021-9-26 · source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names source: Family History Library Catalog the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. Augusta County is a county located in the Shenandoah Valley on the western edge of the U.S. commonwealth of ia is the second-largest county in ia by total area, and it completely surrounds the independent cities of Staunton and ...

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Augusta Canal | New Georgia Encyclopedia

2005-8-12 · The canal rescued Augusta from a business depression in the 1840s and provided energy for war-related industries during the Civil War (1861-65). In the 1880s, it fueled an economic boom and then experienced neglect during the mid-1900s. The canal later benefited from a groundswell of popular support in the 1990s.

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Augusta Tomorrow | Our History

2020-2-10 · Welcome to Augusta Tomorrow''s history. To put the Augusta Tomorrow history in perspective, it is important to provide milestones of Augusta''s economic development before Augusta Tomorrow was incorporated in 1982. Therefore, this history begins in the 1800s. Augusta''s present downtown revitalization effort is one of many in the City''s ...

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The history of Augusta; first settlements and early days ...

The history of Augusta; first settlements and early days as a town, including the diary of Mrs. Martha Moore Ballard, 1785 to 1812 Item Preview

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Augustan History | ancient Roman literature | Britannica

Augustan History, Latin Historia Augusta, a collection of biographies of the Roman emperors (Augusti) from Hadrian to Numerian (117–284), an important source for the history of the Roman Empire.. The work is incomplete in its surviving form; there are no lives for 244–259. It may originally have begun with one of Hadrian''s predecessors, Nerva or Trajan.

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Augusta | Maine: An Encyclopedia

The History of Augusta: First Settlements and Early Days as a Town, Including the Diary of Mrs. Martha Moore Ballard (1785 to 1812). Salem, Mass. Higginson Book Company. 1997. Reprint of original 1907 edition. North, James W. The History of Augusta, Maine. Somersworth, N.H. New England History …

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Augusta Canal

The Augusta Canal Rich in History. The Augusta Canal. By the time of the American Civil War, Augusta had become one of the South''s few manufacturing centers. The Canal was a factor in Confederate Col. George W. Rains selecting Augusta as the location for the …

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History of Augusta--Augusta: A Discover Our …

2021-9-27 · History of Augusta--Augusta: A Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary. 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 …

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Augustus

The history of Augusta; first settlements and early days as a town, including the diary of Mrs. Martha Moore Ballard, 1785 to 1812 Item Preview

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History of Augusta--Augusta: A Discover Our Shared ...

Historia Augusta - Livius

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Old Augusta Research Library

2013-4-2 · History of Old Augusta The Kerr''s Creek Massacres (1759-1763) Old Augusta in the Revolution . Data Data. Testimony of Mary Greenlee, 1806 Data. Administrative Bonds, Augusta County, undated ... Source:Cleek, George Washington. Early Western Augusta Pioneers . Links.

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Augusta, Aushra

2021-8-11 · Augusta, Aushra. Aushra Augusta, or Aushra Augustinavichiute (April 4, 1927 — August 24, 2005), was a Lithuanian economist, sociologist, and founder of socionics. She was born near Kaunas in the family of a book publisher. In 1956 she graduated from the economics department of the Vilnius University as a financial specialist.

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Visit Augusta GA Corporate Mission & History

2021-10-1 · History. Augusta''s first Convention and Visitors Bureau was established in 1980 as a department of the Augusta Chamber of Commerce. In 1988, the City and County created the Augusta-Richmond County Convention and Visitors Bureau as a joint entity of the two governments. On January 1, 1997, the ACVB, Inc. was created and entered into a service an ...

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10 Things You May Not Know About Ada …

2015-12-10 · Christopher Klein. Check out 10 surprising facts about the pioneering woman often cited as the world''s first computer programmer. 1. Lord Byron was her father. Although Ada Lovelace was English ...

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Augusta Canal

The Canal History, Geography, Environment. The Augusta Canal, built in 1845 as a source of power, water and transportation, is the only intact industrial canal in the American South in continuous use. During the Civil War it was the site of the …

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The history of The Masters'' Green Jacket | Marca

2021-4-8 · As The Masters gets underway in Augusta, Georgia, the speculation as to just who will be wearing the famed Green Jacket at the end of the week is reaching fever pitch, but just wha

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History of Augusta Regional Aiport

History. The Augusta Regional Airport has played a significant role, both in the history of American aviation and in the economic development of the CSRA. When most people think of the airport, they think of hellos and good-byes at the gates and watching planes take off and land. What many don''t realize is the enormous economic impact that the ...

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Homeschool Resources | Augusta Museum of History

Primary Source Program. Children will use primary source artifacts to discover more about the history of Augusta during specific periods. Learn More. President''s Day: Colonial Hat Making. Children will visit Revolutionary War exhibit, then create a colonial hat! Historic Writing: Quill Pens and Spencerian Script

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Historia Augusta

2021-9-16 · The collection of biographies of Roman emperors called Historia Augusta consists of the lives of most rulers from Hadrian (117-138) to Carinus (283-285). They can be divided into two groups: Hadrian to Gordian III (117-244), dedicated to the emperor Diocletian (284-305), and written by four authors;; Valerian to Carinus (253-285), dedicated to Constantine I the Great (306-337), and written by ...

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History of Augusta County, ia : John Lewis …

2008-5-31 · History of Augusta County, ia by John Lewis Peyton. Publication date 1882 Publisher M. Yost & son Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor ... Worldcat (source edition) 2234412 Year 1882 . plus-circle Add Review. comment. …

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Augustus

 · Augustus: Emperor in All but Name. Historians date the start of Octavian''s monarchy to either 31 B.C. (the victory at Actium) or 27 B.C., when he was granted the name Augustus. In that four-year ...

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Primary Source Program | Augusta Museum of History

The Augusta Museum of History also provides a primary source program for visiting schools and tour groups. This program is available upon request. Groups can request a primary source workshop concerning Augusta during the Industrial Revolution or World War I. The program is approximately one hour long and gives visitors access to reproductions ...

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Augusta Bunge Pagel | Gerontology Wiki | Fandom

2021-9-28 · Augusta Bunge Pagel (13 October 1879 – 18 May 1989) was an American centenarian. She was born in Tonawanda, New York on 13 October 1879 to William Pagel and Gustine (née Braun) Pagel. Augusta married William Bunge in 1899. The couple had 3 children: Ella (1899-1995), Anna (1901-1970) and William (1911-1973). Her husband died in 1943 at the age of 66. Augusta married Charlie Pagel, …

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