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Other names applied to this area include Fort Halifax, Fort Savannah, and Fort Prevost (see each entry).

A portion of the fort (the east palisade) is still visible.

If the age is 16 or 17 years old, the applicant must have parental consent.

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De Kalb County Schools offers 14 different high school athletic participation sports including baseball, basketball (boys and girls), cross country (boys and girls), football, golf (boys and girls), gymnastics (girls), lacrosse (boys and girls), soccer (boys and girls), fast-pitch softball (girls), swimming (boys and girls), tennis (boys and girls), track (boys and girls), volleyball (girls) and wrestling.

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Grierson was killed by Patriots because his Loyalist patrols killed farmers, assaulted wives and children burned farms. Alleck, a Creek Indian who was made a Captain by Governor James Wright Note: Similar in style to Fort Hawkins.

Along the Altamaha River, Fort Howe had been called Fort Barrington. Its capture by Thomas Brown and his Florida Rangers during the American Revolution gave displaced Loyalists a route to British East Florida Note: Built on the Trustee Garden, dating back to 1733, by the English after they captured the city in 1779. Other names applied to forts in this area include Fort Halifax, Fort Savannah, and Fort Wayne (see each entry)Note: Called "Trustee Garden Battery" (The Trustee Garden was a common garden dating back to 1733), it was renamed to Fort Wayne after the city of Savannah was evacuated by the British in the face of the underwhelming numbers of radical troops surrounding the city under the command of "Mad" Anthony Wayne.

Amicalola Falls Waterfalls - Located in Amicalola State Park, these falls plunge 729 feet in seven cascades.

Designated as on of the seven wonders of Georgia, Amicalola is the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi River. De Soto Falls - There are five beautiful falls along the 3 mile section of the De Soto Falls Trail located in the 650-acre recreation area.

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