Lanier's Oak (historic marker)
During his visits to Brunswick in the 1870's Sidney Lanier, Georgia's greatest poet, frequently sat be- neath this live oak tree and looked out over "a world of marsh that borders a world of sea." Here he received the inspiration which re- sulted in some of his finest poems.
Of these the best known is "THE MARSHES OF GLYNN."
063-10 GEORGIA HISTORICAL COMMISSION 1956
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