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New From the Porch: Guest Captures Lighthouse Inn’s Character-rich Storytelling

Tamara Moore, South Carolina educator, writer and dear guest writes about Lighthouse Inn, Tybee Island, GA. “Despite Thomas Wolfe’s famous admonishment that ‘you can’t go home again,’ I have found on my half-dozen or so trips to Tybee Island that … Continue reading

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September 6: Savannah Ocean Exchange Spotlights General George Marshall

On September 6, 2011, author Jack Uldrich tells the engaging story of George C. Marshall who would become General George Marshall, the creator of the Marshall Plan. While in charge of Ft. Screven on Tybee Island, Georgia, his relationship to … Continue reading

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Heritage of Tybee Island GA: Sesquicentennial of America’s Civil War (2011-2015)

Beyond the frolicking lifestyle of modern-day Tybee Island are meaningful stories and historical places from The American Civil War (1861–1865). One needs to walk only two minutes from historic Lighthouse Inn’s front porch to catch sight of more of Tybee … Continue reading

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