Stone Mountain


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Stone Mountain

A massive granite monadnock, 513 m (1,683 ft) high, in northwest-central Georgia east of Atlanta. Its northeast wall contains a huge Confederate memorial (carved 1917-1967).

Stone′ Moun′tain


n.
a dome-shaped granite outcrop in NW Georgia, near Atlanta: sculptures of Confederate heroes. 1686 ft. (514 m) high.
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Her commitment to civil rights was absolutely tremendous," says Hank Thomas of Stone Mountain, Georgia, one of the original 13 Freedom Riders represented by Motley when they tested compliance of the Supreme Court's ruling to desegregate interstate transportation.
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Stone Mountain is the home of a soaring 300-foot representation of the "heroes" of the Confederacy and historical meeting place of the Ku Klux Klan.