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Savannah Civil War Sites: Underground Railroad Stations

Underground Railroad | Photo Chas. T. Webber, Library of Congress

SAVANNAH Georgia (April 8, 2013) — Green Palm Inn, a cottage bed and breakfast in downtown Savannah, is in the neighborhood of African-American history on Greene Square. The Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015) …Continue

“Henry Historical” Meets Storytelling Made in Savannah!

“Henry Historical” Meets Storytelling Made in Savannah!

SAVANNAH Georgia –  Have you read the American Way Magazine feature interview with Greg Kinnear about his Savannah visit?  In the question and answer format, Mr. Kinnear stated, “Not to get ‘Henry …Continue

More Fresh “Where in Savannah” Ideas from Green Palm Inn

More Fresh “Where in Savannah” Ideas from Green Palm Inn

It has become almost like a crossword puzzle or playing Jeopardy! to find and point to fresh ideas of what to see and what to do in Savannah! We are encouraged by …Continue

Green Palm Inn Points to Savannah Firsts and “Leaders Who Dreamed Great Dreams”

Green Palm Inn Points to Savannah Firsts and “Leaders Who Dreamed Great Dreams”

Beautiful, pace-setting Savannah, Georgia is rich in history and “leaders who dreamed great dreams”. (1)   Today’s modern posterity steps forward, eager to stand on big shoulders and to point to what is …Continue

Savannah GA & Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015)

Savannah GA & Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015)

SAVANNAH Georgia — America’s Civil War (1861-1865) touched Savannah and Georgia in heartbreak, lost lives and commerce. Ultimately, Savannah was spared from destruction, and presented as a Christmas gift to President Abraham …Continue

Memorial Day History from Savannah Georgia’s Green Palm Inn Bed and Breakfast

Memorial Day History from Savannah Georgia’s Green Palm Inn Bed and Breakfast

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. Green Palm Inn is please to point to some of the many …Continue