Basic Facts about Georgia State Capital: Alanta Population:4,585,874 (July 2011 est) Area of the state:57,906 sq. mi State Bird : Brown Thrasher State tree: Live Oak State Flower: Cherokee Rose Rosa laevigata Statehood:1788 Nickname: The Peach State or the Empire State of the South #Of Counties:159
Georgia`s Flag and Seal andwhat they each stand forGeorgia`s Georgia`s state flag stands forstate seal respect and slavery.stands forWisdom, Justice, andmoderation.
Georgia`s GovermentSenators: Saxby Chambliss and JohnnyIsaksonRepresentatives:13#Electoral votes:16Governor: Nathan Deal , RChief Products: Grain, MeatSalt, Pepper, and corn
Agriculture in Georgia Georgia`s agriculture is cotton , poultry(pork), hogs, cattle (beef). Georgia`s main 5 chief products are grain, meat, salt, pepper, and corn.
Georgia`s Climate Climate :Humid Subtropical in the summer and mild most year round and has plentiful rainfall.
Three Largest Cities in Georgia Atlanta is the first largest city in Georgia Augusta ranks the second largest Columbus ranks the third
Natural Resources , National Parks, Rivers and Lakes of Georgia Natural Kennesaw Suwannee Resources Mountain Lakes: Soils Battle Field WestPoint Minerals park Carters Forests Fort Pulaski High Falls National Rivers: Parks: Chattahooc Trail of hee Tears Savannah
Places to visit , Annual events Places to Visit in Georgia are: Sports : The Museum and Hall of Fame; Arts: 7 Stages; History: Ivy Hall Annual Events in Georgia are: Atlanta Jazz Festival; Atlanta Street Food Festival; Cans Film Festival
What Georgia Looks Like andPlants and Animals Georgia has rugged mountains, sandy beaches, rich valleys, field plains, and a piedmont plateau Plants that Georgia has is: Magnolias , Live Oak trees , Cherokee Roses Animals that Georgia has is: The Brown Thrasher , Oak Toad, American Bison