Tybee Island, which is a V-shaped sand bar running 3.8 miles along the Atlantic and 2.5 miles up the Savannah River. Its flat surface is broken by a few small sand dunes.
—Georgia: A Guide to its Towns and Countryside (WPA, 1940)
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