"Basaic Plains/Jimmy Carter NHS Page" Plains by Basaic
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This is the Plains Railroad Depot. It served as Campaign Headquarters for his presidential campaign. Inside is a collection of memorabilia about the man and the campaign.
Carter grew up on this farm, which was located near the small community of Archery, Georgia just outside Plains. Many of the farm workers and his closest neighbors were African-American. This help form Carter's views on race relations.
Two other places that greatly influenced the man Carter became were the churches and schools.
This smiling peanut has become the symbol of the peanut farmer who became president. more travel advice
Jimmy’s brother Billy ran this gas station. more travel advice
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