Chattahoochee River

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a river rising in northern Georgia and flowing southwest and south to join the Flint River at the Florida border where they form the Apalachicola River

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The second bridge site is the Georgia Highway 384 (Duncan Bridge Road) bridge over the Chattahoochee River in the Piedmont physiographic province near Cornelia, Georgia.
Davis, the author of other books and articles on the Civil War, traces the Atlanta Campaign from Dalton, Georgia, through Kennesaw Mountain to the Chattahoochee River, from May to July 1864.
(18) The Chattahoochee River originates in Helen, Georgia (north of Atlanta) and flows 436 miles southwestward, mostly along the Alabama-Georgia state line, until emptying into Lake Seminole in the Florida panhandle.
Located off Wildwood Parkway near Powers Ferry Road, Abbington is an intimate setting of just 44 luxury townhomes on an ideal site which offers sweeping views over the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.
In the early-1970s, she joined Friends of the River, an organization started through the Junior League of Atlanta to protect the Chattahoochee River. Marcia saw the importance of the river and growing public awareness, because "people don't realize it, but the watershed isn't very big and we are dependent on it." Atlanta was experiencing astounding growth, and, after several studies showed the need for action, Marcia worked tirelessly with lawmakers to create the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.
They couldn't figure "whether to fight or French kiss her." She was also constantly plotting her escape from the suffocating 1950s suburban life and training for it by camping in caves by the Chattahoochee River and testing her self-taught outdoor skills.
"Fresh waterways, particularly our local Chattahoochee River, supply our main ingredient--water--making up 90 percent of our beer," said Mr.
At right, abandoned cars at I-75 headed northbound near the Chattahoochee River overpass are piled up in the median of the ice-covered interstate after a winter snow storm, Wed., Jan.
The cotton textile industry once fueled the economy of Grantville and the other towns in Coweta County, where a stretch of Interstate 85 is named the Alan Jackson Highway, for the country singer who grew up in nearby Newnan and wrote the 1993 hit song about the Chattahoochee River.
Gulf-strain striped bass (Morone saxatilis) is an important game fish that has been stocked into main-stem reservoirs in the Chattahoochee River, GA.
Previously, Salazar had announced federal designation of the Chattahoochee River Water Trail in Georgia, the first national water trail.
"Rivers, lakes, and other waterways are the lifeblood of our communities, connecting us to our environment, our culture, our economy, and our way of life," Salazar said in announcing the first national water trail, Georgia's Chattahoochee River. The river provides most of Atlanta's drinking water, and the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area provides more than 65% of the Atlanta metro area's public greenspace.
Answers: 1) Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana; 2) Maryland and Virginia (although six states and Washington, DC are part of the watershed); 3) Chattahoochee River; 4) Columbia, Sacramento, and San Joaquin
Vann deftly engineered approval of the road, and when it was completed in 1803, it ran past his land on the Chattahoochee River, where he operated a tavern, a store, and a ferry.
Sold Down the River: Slavery in the Lower Chattahoochee Valley of Alabama and Georgia considers a small part of slavery's North American experience in the lower Chattahoochee River Valley between Alabama and Georgia--a relatively new region.
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