List of the seven natural wonders of Georgia (U.S. state)

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The Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia are today generally[1] considered to be:[2][3]

The first list of natural wonders was compiled by state librarian Ella May Thornton and published in the Atlanta Georgian magazine on December 26, 1926. That first list included:

References[edit]

  1. ^ 7 Natural Wonders -- of Georgia? Okefenokee, Stone Mountain highlights of state sights. March 18, 2007 The State.com, SC Retrieved: November 2012
  2. ^ Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia by Paul Stephen Hudson, New Georgia Encyclopedia Retrieved: November 2012
  3. ^ Episode 111 – Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia, Georgia Traveler, Georgia Public Broadcasting Retrieved: November 2012