Augusta, GA
Augusta is a consolidated city in the U.S. state of Georgia. Augusta is the second largest city in Georgia and the second-largest metro area in the state, as well as the 113th largest city in the U.S. Internationally, Augusta is best known for hosting The Masters golf tournament each spring, and for being the hometown of funk singer James Brown.

Augusta in The Guns of the SouthEdit

Augusta was home to a gunpowder production plant run by Colonel George W. Rains. At the order of General Robert E. Lee, Rains and Captain Robert Finney went to work in 1865 to reverse-engineer the marvelous, mysterious AK-47. A few hand-made samples they provided in 1866 gave Lee hope that the Confederacy could begin mass production in 1867 and free itself from dependence on the sinister Rivington Men.

Augusta in Southern VictoryEdit

Augusta was a city in Confederate state of Georgia. Scipio fled to Augusta after the Great War. He resided in the Terry with his family, and worked at the Huntsman's Lodge, until he and his wife, Bathsheba and his daughter, Antoinette were arrested by the Freedom Party, and shipped to their deaths in Camp Determination.

Scipio's boss at the Huntsman's Lodge, Jerry Dover, also had his family in Augusta. He returned there after the end of the Second Great War.

President Woodrow Wilson spent much of his childhood in Augusta. So did Scipio's son, Cassius Madison, the man who killed Jake Featherston.