The state bird!!!!!!!!! This is the Brown Thrasher, Georgia’s state bird. It kind of looks like a hawk. The Brown Thrasher is a large bird (almost a foot long) with a long, curved bill and a very long tail. It has two prominent white wing bars, a rich brown color on its top side, and a creamy white breast heavily streaked with brown.
The Georgia flag This is the flag of Georgia. on the flag it says, Constitution, wisdom, moderation, and justice
state flower This is the cherokee rose. Georgia`s state flower.
Before the Europeans came, Georgia was home to a lot of Native American tribes. Native Americans They built giant earthworks that of nobody knew what the are there for. Years later, hunters came to war with there stone tipped spears and killed at least half of the Native Americans, the hunters took all the fruit, and crop. More-recent people used bronze and copper. Scientists have discovered copper axes, engraved copper, and shell artifacts.
Landmarks in my state One famous landmark in Georgia is the chieftains trail, it shows people what life is like during a war. There is a museum in Georgia called the high museum of art, the museum holds only African and American art, and kids can use maps with interesting clues to go on treasure hunts. The Elachee Nature science center is in a city called Gainesville, and many families visit center to see lots of animals and go on outdoor hikes. High museum of art and chieftains trail above Elachee Nature Science Center above
State tree The live oak!!!! Georgia made the live oak tree as the state tree in 1937. some towns and cities in the south often have hurricane resistant live oaks arching over the streets in neighborhoods.
State fruit Georgia is known for there peaches. They grow over 500 peaches a year. Georgia has the best and freshest peaches in America.
State reptile The state reptile of Georgia, the Gopher Tortoise. It can live up to 1000 years old.
Cities and routes This is a map of Georgia, It shows some cities and routes in Georgia. Some important cities in Georgia are, Atlanta, Savannah, Dublin, Columbus, and Douglas.
State quarter The state quarter has a picture of Georgia, some kind of plant, a peach, and words that say wisdom, justice, and moderation. It looks way different then our state quarter. Georgia state quarter
Professional sports teams There are four professional sports teams in Georgia, the Atlanta Falcons, that play professional football, the Atlanta Braves play baseball, also there is the Atlanta Thrashers complete in hockey, and last but not least the Atlanta Hawks play basketball.
economy Crop In Georgia they grow peaches, peanuts, pecans, cotton, and much more. Manufacturing Georgia invented Coca-Cola, UPS delivering company, one car company, and half of the carpets in America all in Atlanta.
animals There are a lot of animals in Georgia, like chickens, cows, fish, pigs, horses, and much more.
Famous people Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia and died on April 4 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee.
State song This is the song.
State building The one on the top is the state building, and the one on the bottom is a one I drew.
candy Lots of candy is produced in Georgia, especially chocolates.
peaches Georgia is called the peach state. Peaches are very famous in Georgia.
Shape of Georgia Georgia is HUGE, it’s the biggest state on the east side of the Mississippi River!!!!!! That’s huge.
Tall buildings There are a lot of tall buildings in Georgia.