CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS OF GEORGIA

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"Abandon your animosities and make your sons Americans"

Robert E. Lee









THE GEORGIA SEAL



I have corresponded with a staff officer, in the office of the Secretary of State. She tells me that people have taken liberties with the Great Seal of 1779. The seal of the State of Georgia adopted by the State constitution of 1798. The legislature changed the date of 1776 to coincide with the date of Independence. There was a different seal during the Confederate period and returned to this seal after the war. The word Constitution is on the arch and the banner bears the words Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation and is wrapped around the columns, the soldier stands in readiness to guard the citizens. This seal is the Revolutionary War Seal. In my correspondence with the staff officer it was noted that the Governor authorizes the use and display of the Great Seal. I feel it is safe to display this one, the photo was taken from the back of the monument of Joseph Emerson Brown and his wife on the Capitol grounds, which served as Governor of Georgia during the War Between the States.



THE PAGES OF THIS WEBSITE ARE

DEDICATED TO MY HUSBAND

WILLIAM THOMAS HODGES

FOR HIS CONSIDERATION AND ADMIRATION

HIS LOVE AND SUPPORT HELPING ME COLLECT THE

PHOTOGRAPHS OF EVERY MONUMENT

WE COULD FIND IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA

IF WE HAVE MISSED ANY

WE APOLOGIZE TO YOU AND YOURS

WE UNDERTOOK THIS PROJECT BECAUSE OF OUR

SINCERE APPRECIATION TO OUR CONFEDERATE

ANCESTORS

THIS IS OUR TRIBUTE TO ALL THE CONFEDERACY

FEH



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