Cumberland Island Will Be Open to Autos

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | December 2, 2004
Until recently, the north end of Georgia's Cumberland Island was one of the more remote places in the Southeast. Most people could reach it only by foot. Now automobiles will be widely allowed on previously protected parts of the island, due to the work of U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston.

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