Ludowici - Long County
Long County was created in 1920 from parts of Liberty County and was named for Dr. Crawford W. Long, the Georgian responsible for introducing anesthesia to modern medical practice. The northeastern tip of Long County is occupied by part of the sprawling U.S. Army installation, Fort Stewart, and the lovely Altamaha River forms the boundary between Long and its southern neighbor, Wayne County. The famous “Wiregrass Trail” (I-16 to Coastal Georgia) spans the entire length of Long County.
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