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Mansions and Wild Horses, Cumberland Island, GA – March 2017

The Cumberland Island National Seashore is the largest, southernmost barrier island on the Georgia coast, and has been inhabited for thousands of years.  There is evidence of the early Timucuan tribes and early Spanish settlers, but their locations on the … Continue reading

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