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Augusta has a hard time remembering its birthday

...America meets the Purchase of Manhattan Island.) Everyone who remembers the event, enjoyed it, but as Augusta's celebrated historian, the late Ed Cashin, liked to point out, not only did Oglethorpe come by horseback, not boat, but we celebrated...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/06/14/kir_527570.shtml
Bill Kirby
Postcards highlight vacations

...birthplace of Gen. Oglethorpe, as part of the church's 250th anniversary in three years. And Augusta's celebrated historian and author Edward J. Cashin writes to suggest that Oglethorpe's importance to Augusta deserves a statue. I...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/12/met_214571.shtml
Metro
Bill Kirby: Oglethorpe forgotten in Augusta

...town. As I said, everyone enjoyed it, even if license was taken with the historical truth. As our town's celebrated historian Ed Cashin has pointed out before, Gen. Oglethorpe came by horseback, not boat, and the 200th anniversary was...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/05/met_214181.shtml
Metro
Hunting hilarity in local history

...the Savannah River and greeted by Indians.Everyone who remembers the event, enjoyed it, but as Augusta's celebrated historian, the late Ed Cashin, liked to point out, not only did Oglethorpe come by horseback, not boat, but we celebrated...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2011-10-15/hunting-hilarity-local-histor
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