• GHS Unveils Civil War Women’s Riot Marker in Columbus

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email GHS Unveils Civil War Women’s Riot Marker in Columbus As part of the national sesquicentennial commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the Georgia Historical Society, the Georgia Department of Economic Development and other state and private agencies are collaborating […]

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  • GHS, Dr. Groce featured in Georgia Trend article on the CW150

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email GHS, Dr. Groce featured in Georgia Trend article on the CW150 GHS, President and CEO Dr. Todd Groce featured in the March 2011 issue of Georgia Trend.   Taking The High Ground by Jerry Grillo, Georgia Trend

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  • GHS, GDEcD use historical markers to promote tourism

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email GHS, GDEcD use historical markers to promote tourism Download PDF   As part of the national sesquicentennial commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the Georgia Historical Society, the Georgia Department of Economic Development and other state and private agencies […]

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  • “Forty Acres and a Mule” Marker featured in Savannah Morning News

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email “Forty Acres and a Mule” Marker featured in Savannah Morning News Download PDF   The Georgia Historical Society has administered Georgia’s statewide marker program since 1998, erecting over 160 historical markers across Georgia on a wide variety of subjects. Today those […]

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  • GHS Historical Marker Website Mentioned on Marketplace

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email GHS Historical Marker Website Mentioned on Marketplace Download PDF   The Georgia Historical Society has administered Georgia’s statewide marker program since 1998, erecting over 160 historical markers across Georgia on a wide variety of subjects. Today those markers and over two […]

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  • Savannah Magazine’s City Seens: 2011 Trustees Gala

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email Savannah Magazine’s City Seens: 2011 Trustees Gala Savannah Magazine’s coverage of the 2011 Trustees Gala  

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  • The South Magazine’s coverage of the 2011 Trustees Gala

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email   The South Magazine’s coverage of the 2011 Trustees Gala The South Magazine: Scenes of the South  

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  • 2011 Georgia History Festival

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email   2011 Georgia History Festival Features on the 2011 Georgia History Festival.   Click the links below to learn more:   Major Sponsors Make the Marquee for 2011 Georgia History Festival in The Savannah Tribune   Save the Date in the […]

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  • Georgia Historical Society (GHS) and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) partner on new educational project Today In Georgia History

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email Georgia Historical Society (GHS) and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) partner on new educational project Today In Georgia History Today In Georgia History is an exciting new educational project that focuses on an historical event or person associated with a particular day […]

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  • Georgia Trustees, GHS featured in Georgia Trend

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patricia Meagher, Director of Communications 912.651.2125 Ext. 153, or Email   Georgia Trustees, GHS featured in Georgia Trend Download PDF   A former U.S. senator respected for his foreign policy and defense expertise and a legendary football coach and athletics director are the 2011 recipients of the state’s highest honor. Sam […]

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