The city of Savannah would host not one but two significant battles in the American Revolution, the latter of which would claim the life of General Casimir Pulaski, the Polish hero that trained the calvary of the Continental Army.
Join Jimmy Napoli as he examines the early history of the 13th colony, beginning with the final resting place of General Nathaniel Greene, the Rhode Islander that would become one the most trusted confidants of George Washington during the Revolutionary War.
This tour will uncover the turbulent and tumultuous past of Savannah, from a military base to defend against Spanish Florida, to the southern headquarters of General W.T. Sherman. See why Savannah is known as 'The Hostess City' as we explore the streets of the friendliest city in the south.