Georgia (US State)

Georgia is a state located in the southeast of the United States. It ranks 24th in terms of total land area and ninth in terms of population. Georgia participated in the American Revolution.

22,103 Questions
Georgia (US State)
Online and Correspondence Schools
High School

Is Cornerstone Christian Correspondence School in Townsend Georgia accredited and how to contact them?

Hello trying to get a copy of my credits And my deploma

Children and the Law
Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
Georgia (US State)

How old do you have to be to move out in Georgia?

Actaully its 16 because at 16 you can get an emancipation.

Car Selling
Used Car Buying
Georgia (US State)

How do you get an automobile dealer's license in Georgia?

Different states have different regulations on how to qualify for a dealers license. So its a good idea to check with your local DMV to check But generally speaking once you have a license from any state then that license is good anywhere in the states.

Georgia (US State)
Road Distance

How far is Norcross Georgia from fayetville Georgia?

By car, they are an hour and approximately 10 minutes apart.

Georgia (US State)
Train Travel

How far is it to drive from Atlanta Georgia to Savannah Georgia?

Atlanta, GA to Savannah, GA is about 250 miles (400 kilometers) mostly on interstates I-75 and I-16. The drive will take approximately 3 1/2 to 4 hours.

Law & Legal Issues
State Laws
Georgia (US State)

Does Georgia have a codified rules of evidence?

Yes. OCGA title 24.

US Governors
Georgia (US State)
Republican Party

Who are the only 3 Republican Governors elected in the State of Georgia?

Rufus Bullock, Benjamin Conley and Sonny Perdue are the only 3 Republican Governors elected in the State of Georgia.

Georgia (US State)
Lakes and Rivers

How deep is the Okefenokee swamp?

There is no specific depth for it, and there is not even a maximum depth because after the water itself ends, there is still mud and silt below it. However, most of it is between 7 and 3 feet deep, not including silt.

Georgia (US State)

What does THWGT stand for?

To Hell with Georgia Tech

Title Insurance
Deeds and Ownership
Georgia (US State)

How do you do a title search in Georgia?

== == As for laws and regulations, visit the GA Department of Insurance website. Performing the search depends on the county you are doing the search in, they may have the records available electronically and on-line. If you are looking for a "handbook" on how to search title, a title searcher/examiner is not something that is simply learned overnight. Abstracting is complex and needs to be thorough since the search is the backbone of the title insurance. If a searcher misses a chain of title, defect, judgment, etc. then that error can effect the insurablity of title. Most searchers new to the industry work with a seasoned professional to mentor them through the process until they gain sufficient experience to be accepted by an agency.

History of the United States
American Revolution
Colonial America
Georgia (US State)

When did Georgia become a US state?

On January 2, 1788 Georgia became the fourth state to join the Union. It re-entered the Union on July 15, 1870, after being the last state in the Confederacy.

Supernatural and the Occult
Georgia (US State)

Where are the ley lines in Georgia?

No idea. You'd need to go out and sense them for yourself. If you can't sense them, you can't use them. It's harder in the city, so head out to woods or fields, and walk around until you get a sense of energy in your feet, your hands or your head. Once you find them, you then need to know what to do with the energy.

Georgia (US State)

Penalty for filing a false police report in Georgia?

Filing a false police report in Georgia is a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in a jail and a $1,000 fine

Georgia (US State)
Bus Travel

How much is a bus ticket from Memphis to Georgia?

This question is almost impossible to answer because bus ticket prices change over time, vary from carrier to carrier, and depend on the exact arrival and departure locations.

On 14 June, a one-way Greyhound ticket from Memphis, TN to Atlanta, GA costs $78 at the standard fair rate.

History of the United States
Colonial America
Georgia (US State)

Why did James Oglethorpe start a colony in 1733?

Olgethorpe wanted to start a colony for the debtors in debtor prison. so king george II agreed because more land meant more power and Georgia would serve as a buffer between South Carolina and the french Florida. although the original idea for Georgia was to be a debtor colony it never became a debtor colony.

Georgia (US State)
Women's Clothing

What is the culture in Oconee County in Georgia?

oconee county was created from the southwestern part of clark count in 1875 to satsify the people who wanted a seperate county

Georgia (US State)
Amusement Parks
Confederate States of America

Whose faces are carved in Stone Mountain in Georgia?

The figures carved into Stone Mountain are the Confederate heroes, Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis.

Georgia (US State)
Driving Times

How many hours to Atlanta Georgia from Cincinnati Ohio?

Google Maps estimates the driving time as 7 hours and 35 minutes.

Founding Fathers
US Constitution
Georgia (US State)

What is information on William Few from Georgia?

This is from the National Archives: ======= Few was born in 1748. His father's family had emigrated from England to Pennsylvania in the 1680s, but the father had subsequently moved to Maryland, where he married and settled on a farm near Baltimore. William was born there. He encountered much hardship and received minimal schooling. When he was 10 years of age, his father, seeking better opportunity, moved his family to North Carolina. In 1771 Few, his father, and a brother associated themselves with the "Regulators," a group of frontiersmen who opposed the royal governor. As a result, the brother was hanged, the Few family farm was destroyed, and the father was forced to move once again, this time to Georgia. William remained behind, helping to settle his father's affairs, until 1776 when he joined his family near Wrightsboro, Ga. About this time, he won admittance to the bar, based on earlier informal study, and set up practice in Augusta. When the War for Independence began, Few enthusiastically aligned himself with the Whig cause. Although largely self-educated, he soon proved his capacity for leadership and won a lieutenant-colonelcy in the dragoons. In addition, he entered politics. He was elected to the Georgia provincial congress of 1776 and during the war twice served in the assembly, in 1777 and 1779. During the same period, he also sat on the state executive council besides holding the positions of surveyor-general and Indian commissioner. He also served in the Continental Congress (1780-88), during which time he was reelected to the Georgia Assembly (1783). Four years later, Few was appointed as one of six state delegates to the Constitutional Convention, two of whom never attended and two others of whom did not stay for the duration. Few himself missed large segments of the proceedings, being absent during all of July and part of August because of congressional service, and never made a speech. Nonetheless, he contributed nationalist votes at critical times. Furthermore, as a delegate to the last sessions of the Continental Congress, he helped steer the Constitution past its first obstacle, approval by Congress. And he attended the state ratifying convention. Few became one of his state's first U.S. senators (1789-93). When his term ended, he headed back home and served again in the assembly. In 1796 he received an appointment as a federal judge for the Georgia circuit. For reasons unknown, he resigned his judgeship in 1799 at the age of 52 and moved to New York City. Few's career continued to blossom. He served 4 years in the legislature (1802-5) and then as inspector of prisons (1802-10), alderman (1813-14), and U.S. commissioner of loans (1804). From 1804 to 1814 he held a directorship at the Manhattan Bank and later the presidency of City Bank. A devout Methodist, he also donated generously to philanthropic causes. When Few died in 1828 at the age of 80 in Fishkill-on-the-Hudson (present Beacon), he was survived by his wife (born Catherine Nicholson) and three daughters. Originally buried in the yard of the local Reformed Dutch Church, his body was later reinterred at St. Paul's Church, Augusta, GA.

Meteorology and Weather
Georgia (US State)
Climatology and Climate Changes

What is the weather and climate of Georgia?

-This answer is specific to the U.S. state Georgia. For the country, refer to the related question below-

Georgia has a humid subtropical climate, July being the hottest month with an average high temperature of 93 degrees Fahrenheit (34 degrees Celsius) and it's coldest month being January, the average high temperature at 52 degrees Fahrenheit (11 degrees Celsius). Georgia is known for their periodical severe droughts mostly in the summer. Temperatures in Southern Georgia commonly rise above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C). Georgia shares much of the same climate as Florida with slightly less rain and temperatures. Georgia although rare experiences tornadoes, hurricanes, hail storms, and severe thunderstorms in the summer and ice storms, snow storms in the winter. Georgia has two recorded blizzards, one in 1993 and one in 2011.

Georgia is infamous for its unpredictable weather with summer-like temperatures occurring in winter at times. The coldest temperature recorded in Georgia is -17F (-27C) and its warmest at 112F (44C)

Georgia (US State)

Why aren't there any volcanoes on the east coast?

There aren't any volcanoes on the east coast because the east coast is nowhere near a tectonic plate boundary nor is the east coast near a hot spot.

Georgia (US State)
US Governors

Who is the Governor of Georgia?

I don’t know

Home & Garden
Georgia (US State)

What is the state flower of Georgia?


Georgia (US State)
Bus Travel
Greyhound Bus Line

How much does a ticket to Atlanta Georgia cost from Passaic NJ?

bout 300 dollars

Georgia (US State)

What are 2 major landforms in georgia?

The Appalachian Mountains and Stone Mountain


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