Constitution, Georgia 


Constitution, Georgia is on the South Side of Atlanta and is a part of the city’s southwest section. The community is located in North Fulton County and is bordered by the Chattahoochee River and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

The community was named after the Constitution Pipeline that runs through it. It was the first area where the city of Atlanta bought the land. The land was purchased from the Creek Indians.

The community is home to the Atlanta Falcons training facility, the Atlanta Braves’ spring-training facility, and the Atlanta Silverbacks, one of the city’s professional soccer teams.

This is the best place to live in the entire Atlanta metro area, in my opinion. Purchased this house in 1994, prior to the 1996 Olympics. Love the location of the house, the quaintness of the area, the diversity of people, and the culture.

The Constitution of the State of Georgia is the document that establishes the fundamental law of the state. The Georgia Constitution is based primarily on the U.S. Constitution, with some variations not present in the U.S. Constitution. The Georgia Constitution is amended by the Georgia General Assembly, the lower house of the Georgia State Legislature, and ratified with a majority vote of voters. The Constitution was signed on September 4, 1983, and went into effect on January 1, 1984. Since then, it has been amended four times, most recently in 2017.

The Georgia Constitution was ratified on February 4, 1864. The wording in the Georgia Constitution is 192 pages long, and it contains 603 amendments. It’s the longest state constitution in the United States. The Georgia Constitution is divided into 12 articles. Article I: Declaration of Rights states that Georgia’s state government must protect certain rights, including life, liberty, and property. Article II: Legislative Assemblies and Term of Office states who the legislative assembly and executive branch is, and that Georgia’s legislature is composed of two parts: a Senate and a House of Representatives. Article III: Powers of State Government outlines what the state government’s powers and duties are. Article IV: Judicial Branch, Impeachment, and Removal of Officers state that Georgia’s constitution establishes a judicial branch, which is the Supreme Court and the Georgia Court of Appeals. Article V: State Senate and House of Representatives.

The company has a history of paying its employees poverty wages, charging exorbitant interest rates, engaging in predatory lending practices, and racial discrimination.

The Civil War of Constitution, also known as the ‘War of the Constitution’ and the ‘Constitutional War’ in Georgia, was an armed conflict in 1788 and 1789 between supporters of the new Constitution of Georgia and anti-federalist groups opposed to it. The conflict arose due to confusion about the true meaning of the recently adopted new constitution, which conflicted with the existing charter of the province.
Constitution is a city in Lumpkin County, Georgia. Constitution was settled after the American Civil War by people who wanted to start a new life. The town of Constitution was created in 1872. Most buildings in Constitution were built after the 1920s.

The Georgia Constitution Museum is located in the Old Central of the Georgia Railroad in Constitution, Georgia. The museum is located on the Georgia Constitution Trail, which includes historic sites of the founding of the state of Georgia. The museum is housed in the former Georgia Central Railroad roundhouse, which was constructed in the late 1840s and is one of only two remaining roundhouses in Georgia. The museum preserves the history of Georgia from its colonial period in the 1700s to the present. The museum has an extensive collection of artifacts, including the Georgia Constitution, original oil paintings of Governors, ceremonial maces, antique farm equipment, and a restored section of an 1880s depot.

The Central of Georgia Railway Company was a railroad founded in 1850 and purchased in 1870 by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, which operated it until 1971 when it was merged into the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. The CofG had two routes through Georgia to South Carolina, one west of Macon, and one east of Macon. Today, many of the former rights-of-way have been converted to rail trails. The South Carolina border to Athens is home to a rail trail that is part of the Silver Comet Trail.

Former prison location in Constitution, Georgia. The structure was built in 1904 and the prison closed in 1973. It opened as the Constitution Historic Prison and Museum in 1977 and closed in 2004. In 2009, it was reopened as the Constitution Correctional Institution (CCI).