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Simons at least as early as were part of the Mocama people. Simons may have been occupied by the Guale people when Europeans arrived in southeastern Georgia in the 16th century, and that the original Guale population on St. Simons was displaced from at least the southern part of the island after the Guale rebellion of , and replaced by Timucua speaking Mocama people.
The mission of San Buenaventura de Guadalquini was established on the southern end of St. Simons sometime between and probably near the present-day St. Simons Island Light , and was the northernmost mission in the Mocama area. The Timucua language name for St. Simon's Island was Guadalquini. Some Spanish documents called the island Boadalquivi. Raiders from the Chichimecos the Spanish name for Westos , Uchise the Spanish name for Muscogee , and Chiluque a name the Spanish used for a faction of the Mocamo and for Yamassee and possibly other nations, aided and supported by the English in the Province of Carolina , attacked Colon also called San Simon a village of un-Christianized Yamasee to the north of San Buenaventura on St.
Simon Island, in In , St. Augustine was attacked by a pirate fleet and in missions along what is now the Georgia coast were attacked by Native American allies of the English. The mission of San Buenaventura was ordered to move south and merge with the mission of San Juan del Puerto on the St. Johns River. Before the mission could be moved, pirates returned to the area in the second half of On hearing of the presence of the pirates, Lorenzo de Santiago, chief of San Buenaventura, moved the people of his village, along with most of their property and stored maize, to the mainland.
When the pirates landed at San Buenaventura, they found only ten men under a sub-chief who had been left to guard the village. The San Buenaventura men withdrew to the woods, and the pirates burned the village and mission. Johns River, where a new mission named Santa Cruz de Guadalquini was established. Fort Frederica, now Fort Frederica National Monument , was built beginning in as the military headquarters of the Province of Georgia during the early English colonial period.
It served as a buffer against Spanish incursion from Florida. Nearby is the site of the Battle of Gully Hole Creek and Battle of Bloody Marsh , where on July 7, , the British ambushed Spanish troops marching single file through the marsh and routed them from the island.
It has been preserved in the 20th century and identified as a national historic site largely by the efforts of Margaret Davis Cates, a local resident who contributed much to historic preservation. It was designated as a National Monument in In the s St. Simons served as a sometime home to John Wesley , the young minister of the colony at Savannah. He later returned to England, where in he founded the evangelical movement of Methodism within the Anglican Church.
Wesley performed missionary work at St. Simons while he was still in the Anglican Church , but he was despondent about failing to bring about conversions. He wrote that the local inhabitants had more tortures from their environment than he could describe for Hell. They converted the African-American slaves as well as British and European colonists.
On April 5, , fifty-five members from St. Simons United Methodist Church were commissioned, with Bishop Frank Robertson as first pastor, to begin a new church on the north end of St. Simons Sound. On 18 April they entered Frederica River and anchored about 1. The next day the galleys attacked the British vessels. The Colonial ships were armed with heavier cannon than the British and the galleys also had a shallow draft and could be rowed. When the wind died down, the British ships had difficulty maneuvering in the restricted waters of the river and sound.
Two of the British ships ran aground and the crews escaped to their other ships. The battle showed how effective the galleys could be in restricted waters over ships designed for the open sea. The victory in the Frederica Naval Action boosted the morale of the colonials in Georgia. During the plantation era , Saint Simons became a center of cotton production, known for its long-fiber Sea Island Cotton.
Nearly the entire island was cleared of trees to make way for several large cotton plantations worked by purchased labor - Geechee slaves and their descendants. The plantations of this and other Sea Islands were large, and often the owners stayed on the mainland in Darien and other towns, especially during the summers, because the Island was considered swamp lands; but the Geechee slaves lived on the Island and weren't allowed to come to the mainland unless accompanied by a slave master.
This season was considered bad for diseases of the lowlands. These slaves were held in smaller groups and interacted more with whites. They were also confused [ by whom? An original slave cabin still stands at the intersection of Demere Rd. During the early stages of the war, Confederate troops occupied St. Simons Island to protect its strategic location at the entrance to Brunswick harbor.
However, in , General Robert E. Lee ordered an evacuation of the island in order to relocate the soldiers for the defense of Savannah. Before departing, they destroyed the lighthouse to prevent its use as a navigation aid by Union naval forces. Most property owners and their former slaves then retreated inland, and the Union army occupied the island for the remainder of the war.
Postwar, the island plantations were in ruins, and landowners found it financially unfeasible to cultivate cotton or rice. Most moved inland to pursue other occupations, and the island's economy remained dormant for several years. Former slaves established a community in the center of the island known as Harrington.
Saint Simons' first exports of lumber occurred after the Naval Act of , when timber harvested from two thousand Southern live oak trees from Gascoigne Bluff was used to build the USS Constitution and five other frigates see six original United States frigates. The second phase of lumber production on the island began in the late s, when mills were constructed in the area surrounding Gascoigne Bluff.
The mills supported a vibrant community that lasted until just after the turn of the twentieth century. During this time, lumber from St. In contrast to the post-Civil War era, the decline of lumber did not open a new period of economic hardship; for a new industry was taking hold on St. From as early as the s, summer cottages were being constructed on the south end of the island, and a small village was forming to serve them. Construction of the pier in  brought visitors by boat from Brunswick and south Georgia.
The Hotel St. Simons, on the present site of Massengale Park, opened in The arrival of the automobile and the opening of the Torras Causeway in insured the continued growth of tourism on St. Simons, the only one of the Golden Isles not privately held.
New hotels were built. Roads were constructed, and tourism became the dominant force in the Island's economy. Simons Island, when a German U-boat sank two oil tankers in the middle of the night. The blasts shattered windows as far away as Brunswick, and unsubstantiated rumors spread about German soldiers landing on the beaches.
Simons, home to the Navy Radar Training School. It was listed on the U. National Register of Historic Places in During the postwar years, as resort and vacation travel increased, permanent residential development began to take place on St. Simons Island as well as surrounding mainland communities. The island's population grew from 1, in to 13, by Visitors have been coming to St.
Simons Island since the late 19th century, at first by boat, disembarking at the pier on its south shore, and later by car via the F. Simons Island Airport opened, serving general aviation. Three island marinas accommodate pleasure boaters. Today, the island is marketed as one of Georgia's " Golden Isles ", and visitation occurs throughout the year, but is heaviest in the spring and summer months.
Accommodations consist primarily of hotels and private rental homes and condominium apartments, both along the beach and inland. Transportation is provided via taxis and vehicle rentals, including golf carts. Bicycle rentals are also available.
Visitors come to St. Simons Island for its beaches and scenic vistas, water sports, fishing, sailing, golf, historical sites, and laid back lifestyle. Ecotourists come to enjoy the natural surroundings, bird-watching, and Cannon's Point Preserve. Hiking and bicycling are popular year-round activities. Simons Island is also a magnet for photographers and painters. Its selection of scenic and historic venues, such as the St.
Simons Lighthouse and Christ Church have made the island a popular wedding site. As a travel destination, St. The climate on St. Simons Island is conducive to a variety of outdoor sports and activities year-round. Golfing is one of the most popular, with seven golf courses on the island.
Several island resorts also offer tennis facilities. Eight public parks are located on the island, with picnic tables, sports fields, and playgrounds. Demere Park features a skate park, and Gascoigne Park offers a disc golf course and a waterfront picnic area. The Neptune Park Fun Zone, on the south end of the island, near the Pier Village, includes a public swimming pool, miniature golf, two playgrounds, picnic tables, and restrooms.
Simons Casino Building hosts weddings, parties, meetings, and is home to the St. Simons Library. There are beach access points all along the island's Atlantic shoreline, but the most popular are Coast Guard Beach and Massengale Park. Both have restrooms and ADA accessible beach access. Massengale Park also includes picnic tables and a playground.
Hikers, walkers and bikers can enjoy the St. Additional outdoor activities include kayaking , paddleboarding , and horseback riding. Boating and sailing excursions are also available. Neptune Park includes the Neptune Park Fun Zone and is in the "village" area and adjacent to the pier. When night fell and King had not returned, Small went to look for him. He found his body and personally brought it back to St.
Simons for burial at Christ Church. A wide variety of creative artists are drawn to St. Simons Island as both residents and visitors. Painters and photographers work to capture the scenic landscape, and their work is on display in several island galleries. Glynn Visual Arts is a non-profit organization serving local artists with exhibits, festivals, and classes in several media including painting and drawing , pottery , photography , mixed media , jewelry , and many others.
Simons Island supports writers with literary and cultural events. There is a vibrant music scene on St. Simons Island, with local bands and musicians appearing in several venues, including summertime concerts on the oceanfront lawn by the Lighthouse, and classical music concerts sponsored by the Island Concert Association. Novelist Eugenia Price visited St.
Simons Island as she was driving from Chicago to Jacksonville in Fascinated by the island, she spent the next few years doing research that eventually resulted in three novels known as the "St. Simons Trilogy. Simons from until her death in The film Conrack was partly filmed on Saint Simons Island.
After the Civil War , a number of Geechee slaves remained on St. Simons Island, subsisting on whatever they could harvest from their gardens and the surrounding waters. Many later found jobs with the lumber mills starting in the s. Simons Island plantations. Regular services are still held today at the original site on Frederica Road, which has been diligently cared for and renovated through the years.
Today, the Coalition conducts tours of historic sites and produces the annual Georgia Sea Islands Festival to celebrate traditional Geechee or so called African-American music, food, and crafts. More recently the Coalition, together with Friends of Harrington School has organized a successful fund-raising effort to restore the historic Harrington School House, which was originally built in the s to serve the island's Geechee or so called African-American children.
Opened in , the A. The 10, sq. Dedicated in June , the Arthur J. It houses a collection of books and historical artifacts related to the early history of St. Admission is free. Originally planted in by Anne Page King as the carriage entrance to Retreat Plantation, two rows of live oaks currently grace the entry to Sea Island Golf Club at the south end of St.
Visitors can view the oaks by driving toward the entrance to the Golf Club, then circling back. At the Battle of Bloody Marsh on July 7, , an outnumbered force of British soldiers ambushed and defeated Spanish troops, halting a planned attack on Fort Frederica.
Markers and information panels at this outdoor observation site explain the battle, which permanently ended Spain's claims to the Georgia territory. A acre wilderness tract on the northeast corner of St. Simons Island, Cannon's Point is the last remaining undisturbed maritime forest on the island.
Owned by the St. Simons Land Trust, the Preserve includes salt marsh, tidal creek, and river shoreline, as well as 4,year-old shell middens and ruins of a 17th-century plantation house and slave quarters. The Nature Conservancy holds a conservation easement on the property to insure its preservation for future generations.
The Preserve is open to the public during specified days and hours. Visitors are advised to wear clothing appropriate for a wilderness outing, and bring bug spray. Simons Island, growing high quality Sea Island cotton. Of the several slave cabins built on the plantation, two remain today. These slave cabins were constructed of tabby, which is a concrete-like mixture of lime, sand, water and oyster shells.
Private tours can be arranged at other times. In the State of Georgia gave acres 40 hectares of land on St. Simons to be used for an Episcopal church and its support. Called Christ Church , the structure was finished in During the Civil War , invading Union troops commandeered the small building to stable horses and virtually destroyed it. Located at Frederica Road, just south of Fort Frederica National Monument, this historic building is home to an active Episcopal congregation.
Located at Gascoigne Bluff, the property includes six motels, 12 family apartments, and 13 youth cabins, along with auditoriums, classrooms and meeting rooms. An in-season swimming pool, athletic field, covered basketball courts, tennis courts, bicycle rentals and fishing piers provide activities for all ages. Lovely Lane Chapel, constructed in , hosts Sunday services and is available for weddings. Fort Frederica was established in by British General James Oglethorpe to defend the southern border of his Georgia colony.
The facility was both a fortress and a small town, located on the Frederica River. In , troops from the fort defeated invading Spanish forces at the Battle of Bloody Marsh, which turned out to be decisive in ending Spanish influence and securing the Georgia colony under British rule. By mid-century the troops were withdrawn and the colonists abandoned the town, which then fell into disrepair.
In , Fort Frederica was established as a national monument, and is currently operated by the National Park Service. For almost the entire history of St. Simons Island, Gascoigne Bluff has been a focal point. Long before the arrival of Europeans, Native Americans and Aborigines lived and camped on the site. The Spanish also built a mission on or near the area.
When General Oglethorpe and the British arrived in , they established a naval facility at the bluff, and granted acres hectares of its land to Captain James Gascoigne, of the sloop-of-war Hawk , and the name persists to this day. In , lumber from the area was used in construction of the frigate, "Old Ironsides. In the late 19th century, lumber mills thrived at the scene.
Today, the bluff is occupied by Epworth By The Sea, and Gascoigne Bluff Park at its southern end, with picnic tables, rest rooms, and a fishing pier. In , Norman W. Dodge built St. James Union Church at Gascoigne Bluff to serve the lumber mill community. After the mills shut down, the building was deconsecrated in the s and became a social hall.
When the Methodists acquired the property in , they renamed it Lovely Lane Chapel. This construction did not affect our event but it did take away from the beautiful view. The building itself and the facilities are in excellent condition, they were just replacing sidewalks in the park.
The location and the value of the price are excellent, just ask lots of questions about plans for maintenance and construction in the area. The venue was okay, the view was great RIGHT beside our wedding site AND a book sale! They delayed our wedding by 30 minutes and said "what do you want me to do about it"? Excuse me? Did not compensate for troubles. Go somewhere else for your "special day" ours was ruined!
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