The major 200th Anniversary Commemoration of the Scott Massacre of 1817 will take place in just 25 days! Events are scheduled for locations in both Decatur County, Georgia, and Gadsden County, Florida, with the main commemoration taking place at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee on December 1-2, 2017. A force of several hundred Lower Creek, […]
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Who built a mysterious stone structure that now rests on the bottom of Lake Seminole? No one has seen the strange building in nearly 60 years, but speculation about it has focused on everyone from the ancient Mayans or Irish to General Andrew Jackson! Two Egg TV has launched an expedition to find the structure. […]
Fort Gaines was an important military post of the First Seminole War. It protected the Georgia frontier in 1816-1821. The fort was named for Maj. Gen. Edmund Pendleton Gaines, a hero of the War of 1812, and was built to guard the southern border of the Creek Nation as defined by the Treaty of Fort […]
Two Egg TV visits Roger Spooner of Seminole County, Georgia. He survived the sinking of the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown during the Battle of Midway. This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of the World War II battle. Click play to hear Mr. Spooner’s remarkable story: To learn more about the Battle of Midway, we highly […]
Our new documentary – CSS Chattahoochee: Their Dreams Exploded – is now available for viewing free on your tv set through our Roku channel or you can stream it right here! We hope that you enjoy it and find it to be of interest.
The crest is moving downstream on the Apalachicola, Chipola and Choctawhatchee Rivers as water from this weekend’s storms continues to flow into all three. (Scroll down the page for more photos!) Here are river conditions as of 3 p.m. this afternoon. Please note that forecasts can change. Apalachicola River at Chattahoochee FLOOD WARNING IN EFFECT […]
The paddlewheel steamer Albany has been a landmark of Florida’s Apalachicola River for 90 years. Two Egg TV obtained special permission to visit her wreck for this story: A U.S. government snagboat, the Albany operated on the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers from around 1928 until 1959. She was tied up and abandoned at Chattahoochee […]
The Creek War of 1836 was the last major stand by elements of the Creek Nation against forced removal to what is now Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears. Watch for Two Egg TV’s coming documentary on this conflict.
The most significant Native American victory of the Creek War of 1836 was the Creek Indian attack on Roanoke, Georgia. Click play to learn more: The historical marker for Roanoke is located on the west side of GA-39 between Rood Creek Landing Road and Rood Creek Road Connector 2.5 miles south of Florence Marina State […]