Hidden History of Savannah

We get a lot of questions about Savannah History - and people seem extra interested in the stories behind the stories, the mysteries, the dramas, the little-known details and intricacies that make Savannah the city she is today.

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T.C. & Brenna Michaels
Who was Casamir Pulaski?

Pulaski answered the call to arms, and was a grand supporter of the American Dream. His specialty was in calvary forces, and he was instrumental in fighting for the importance of, and ultimately establishing, a strong calvary for the Revolutionaries.

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T.C. & Brenna Michaels
Savannah and the Civil War - The Night that Changed Everything

Savannah was the blessed resting place on Sherman’s March to the Sea. The General preserved her on a whim - some say because he was captivated by the city’s transfixing beauty - other say it was because of a lover who made her home here - others say he was tired of pillaging and looking for a comfortable place to rest and let his soldier recuperate in relative peace.

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T.C. & Brenna Michaels
Irish Ashore - a Legacy of Grit

Savannah is the site of one of the nation’s largest and most festive St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in the nation. But not many people know the story of how the Irish culture came to such a foothold in Savannah’s history - or how the impacts of her people shaped the Historic District from the ground up.

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T.C. & Brenna Michaels
A Woman's Life in Early Savannah

Savannah has been home to strong women from the very beginning. And while the tides of culture twisted and turned, for better or worse, over the seasons of the nation’s history women have been at the forefront of our most harrowing moments.

Let’s talk about life in early Savannah for a moment, shall we?

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T.C. & Brenna Michaels