By Corey Sandler, Destination Consultant Silversea Cruises
Photos by Corey Sandler, 5 April 2015
Silversea Silver Shadow at the dock on the Savannah River today
The Talmadge Memorial Bridge in Savannah
The Waving Girl, memorializing Florence Martus (1869-1943), who greeted arriving and departing ships from the shoreline here.
The Old Savannah Cotton Exchange, from 1887.
The former home of the Savannah Morning News, where Joel Chandler Harris, the paper’s associate editor began writing the Uncle Remus tales.
Along the river
Spanish Moss in the morning light
General William Tecumseh Sherman concluded his infamous March in Savannah.
Sherman’s troops arrive in Savannah
Johnny Mercer picked up some of the rhythms of the descendants of West African slaves who began their work as slaves when they landed here; on some isolated islands and backwaters the Geechee dialect survives.
The founder of the Girl Scout movement came from here.
Paula Deen began her culinary cuisine with a home business called “The Bag Lady” and progressed from there to fame and a bit of disrepute.
And Forrest Gump (or Tom Hanks, to be more precise) sat on a park bench in downtown to recount his memorable but decidedly fictional story for a cinema classic.
Also happening here, and memorialized in a bestselling book and a strange, mostly true film was a notorious murder that involved a cast of characters stranger than anything Hollywood could concoct. The book and movie were “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
A SAVANNAH ALBUM, Part 2
Photos by Corey Sandler
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