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Photojournalism: Springfield Village Park



​I briefly mentioned Springfield Village Park in a prior story about geocaching in Augusta. Today, I’m going to go more in-depth about its historical significance. If you decide to make a visit, plaques throughout the park provide historical context that goes far beyond what I’ll be touching on her...

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  1. As a historian of Augusta History I love and respect the history of Springfield and the church. It should continue to have a high place of honor in our community.

    With that said, the sculptures are totally out of place in honoring Springfield and very unattractive. My choice would be to remove them and replace with something more realistic such as trees and gardens.

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