The World War II monument is also known as “The Cracked Earth” monument. The two halves of the globe are split, representing the conflict of a world divided. The monument is lit at night, and inside are the names of all who served from Chatham county, a Purple Heart, and a WWII Victory medal.
Wright Square is the burial place of Tomo-Chi-Chi, the leader of the Creek Nation and died in Savannah in 1739. His grave had been marked with a pile of stones as is the custom of his tribe. This plaque is on a giant granite rock nearby, placed in honor of the friendship he offered James Oglethorpe and the people of Georgia.
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