The State of Georgia is a beautiful green land full of history, adventure, and sights for visitors of all ages. Check out this list for more information about the places you need to add to your road trip list as you explore my Georgia.
Orange Shirt Day: A Native American Book List for Kids
Orange Shirt Day is a Canadian Day that was started to remember specifically the wrongs done by residential schools. It has been renamed the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Here's a great list of children's picture books to encourage you to start the conversation about Native American history in your family or school.
Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site – Cartersville, Georgia
just north of Atlanta at the Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site. With six earthen mounds, this 53 acre historic site protects the land used from 1000 to 1550 AD by several thousand Native Americans. Start your visit to Etowah at the visitor center and prepare to walk around the site after this introduction to the plaza and three mounds which once held the priest's home, temples, and burial sites.
Cahokia Mounds: Plan a Family Trip to The Cahokia Native American Mounds
Did you know the largest ancient settlement north of Mexico is just fifteen minutes east of St. Louis? It's practically right over the Mississippi River bridge. However, it isn’t one of the top visited places in St. Louis. Here's the research you need to prepare yourself for a great learning and exploring trip through our country's largest ancient city.