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Listings in Heritage

National Infantry Museum

in Nat'l Historic Landmark, Historic, Heritage

The National Infantry Museum emphasizes the values that define the Infantryman, as well as the nation he protects: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. It preserves and displays one of the greatest collections of military artifacts in the world, with 190,000 square feet of galleries standing on a 200-acre tract just outside the United States Army Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) at Fort Benning, Georgia.

1775 Legacy Way
Columbus, Georgia 31903
United States

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Biblical History Center

in Holiday, Historic, Heritage, Arts/Crafts

The Explorations in Antiquity Center—a unique Georgia attraction—beckons visitors to explore a place and time of long ago. Phase One of the development opened June 1, 2006, with full-scale archaeological replicas taking modern-day time travelers back several thousand years to the Middle East, the birthplace of the world’s three largest monotheistic faith traditions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

130 Gordon Commercial Dr
LaGrange, Georgia 30240
United States

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Shorter Mansion

Shorter Mansion

in Museum, Historic, Heritage, Art

The Mansion began as a more humble home built in 1884, by Eli Sims Shorter II (1858 - 1908) and his wife Wileyna Lamar (1861 - 1927) of Macon, Georgia. An extensive renovation, began in 1901 and lasting through 1906, transformed it into the outstanding Greek Revival Mansion it is today, enabling it to be listed on the National Register. Eli and Wileyna had three children and were well respected in the community. The Mansion was a social center for the small town.

340 N Eufaula Ave
Eufaula, Alabama 36027
United States

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Fendall Hall

Fendall Hall

in Historic, Heritage, Heritage, Historic

Fendall Hall is an antebellum Italianate home located in the river commerce town of Eufaula, Alabama. Eufaula is located on the border of Alabama/Georgia which is divided by beautiful Lake Eufaula, formally the Chattahoochee River. Fendall Hall is one of over 700 structures in Eufaula that are listed on the National Register. The importance of the Chattahoochee River to commerce in the area, especially the export of cotton, is why Eufaula was settled and explains the many outstanding homes.

917 W Barbour St
Eufaula, Alabama 36027
United States

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The Columbus Museum

in Museum, Historic, Heritage, Art

1251 Wynnton Rd
Columbus, Georgia 31906
United States

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