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Something you may not have known: The Westos and Creeks of Westabou



Christopher Columbus might have thought he was making a discovery when in 1492, he sailed the ocean blue, but modern scholars believe America was actually “discovered” over 13,000 years ago by the Clovis people of Siberia, whose descendants eventually made it to what we call the CSRA.

The early...

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  1. “There is an almost petrified oak tree hulk in the woods behind the sandbar on the South Carolina side of the river dubbed ‘the Redneck Riviera,’ which is west of downtown Augusta.” Perhaps I have become directionally challenged, but how can anything on the South Carolina side of the Savannah River be West of downtown Augusta? North or East perhaps, but West?

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