Stuffed quail with fennel, golden raisins and hazelnut wild rice mix topped with a port-cranberry sauce.
Roasted brussels sprouts with chestnuts and smoked bacon chunks.
|Mrs. Armond Carroll directed the Atlanta Music Club's|
concert course for six difficult years in the World War I era.
Her success is attested to by the fact that great artists
who came to the city annually were "impressed with the fact
that local audiences" were as "discriminating in their musical
tastes as the most artistic centers of Europe."
Fort Gaines is one of the oldest surviving towns in the state of Georgia, and the only frontier fort in Georgia that has survived as an incorporated municipality.
This small rural community was founded in 1814. Its history is rich, its natural resources bountiful, its citizens friendly. Short winters and balmy summers, the acres of rich timberland that surround it, and its proximity to Lake Walter F. George have made Fort Gaines a haven for hunting and fishing for many years.
It took four years for the Georgia state government to acknowledge Fort Gaines and the Tallassee Territory it presided over as part of the state's domain, calling the area "a sterile and unprofitable land."At times this seemed a fair evaluation. At others, grossly unjust. Judge for yourself.
The Log House was built by the Boy Scouts in the early 1930s
and was Fort Gaines’ first community library. Today, it is used
for civic events.
Frontier Village is a collection of authentic frontier structures,
is a part of an ambitious project to re-create Fort Gaines as
it might have looked during the town’s earliest days, using only
original buildings. There are log houses, a syrup cooker and a
his people abandoned their village here, and fled to Spanish
from a tree section measuring three feet around and 10-to-12
View of the river from the Frontier Village