Founded in 1896, only 30 years after the Civil War by Yankees, deep in the piney woods of former enemy territory, Fitzgerald is indeed a unique city. The city streets are named for northern generals on the east side and southern generals on the west side, and named for southern rivers on the north side and southern trees on the south side. Fitzgerald’s founders had quite a sense of humor, placing the original fire department on Sherman Street. Fitzgerald, Georgia has quite a history and we would love to share it with you.
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115 S. Main Street
Fitzgerald, GA 31750
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Fitzgerald Travel Guides
2,000 Union Soldiers In South Georgia
A Museum dedicated to peace and harmony was the dream of the founder of Fitzgerald, Georgia’s Blue & Gray Museum. The vision was based on the story of the founding of the city by Yanks and Rebs in 1896 - thirty years after the Civil War – former enemies who worked side-by-side to create a community
Evergreen Cemetery Tour Map and Guide
Self-guided tour of Evergreen Cemetery, named after the cemetery over which the famous Civil War Battle at Gettysburg was fought.
May 8, 2015 - May 9, 2015119 South Main St.View on Map
800-386-4642Commemorate the conclusion of the Civil War in Fitzgerald, Ga., May 8-9. A variety of family-friendly events are planned, including the Chasing Jefferson Davis Marathon... Find Out More
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