• Archibald Bulloch

    Marker Monday: Archibald Bulloch

    In honor of Independence Day, during the month of July, #MarkerMonday will be exploring individuals and events related to the Revolutionary War in Georgia. Join GHS as we learn more about the role Georgia and her people played in the fight for independence. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights Archibald Bulloch, one of Georgia’s notable Revolutionary patriots. […]

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  • Marker Monday: Meadow Garden: Home of George Walton

    In honor of Independence Day, during the month of July, #MarkerMonday will be exploring individuals and events related to the Revolutionary War in Georgia. Join GHS as we learn more about the role Georgia and her people played in the fight for independence. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights George Walton, one of Georgia’s three signers of […]

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  • Marker Monday: Hart County

    In honor of Independence Day, during the month of July, #MarkerMonday will be exploring individuals and events related to the Revolutionary War in Georgia. Join GHS as we learn more about the role Georgia and her people played in the fight for independence. This week’s #MarkerMonday shines a light on Nancy Hart, a devout Patriot […]

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  • Marker Monday: Battle of Kettle Creek

    In honor of Independence Day, during the month of July, #MarkerMonday will be exploring individuals and events related to the Revolutionary War in Georgia. Join GHS as we learn more about the role Georgia and her people played in the fight for independence. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights the Battle of Kettle Creek. After capturing Savannah […]

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  • "Hall's Knoll:" Home of Dr. Lyman Hall

    Marker Monday: “Hall’s Knoll”: Home of Dr. Lyman Hall

    In honor of Independence Day, during the month of July, #MarkerMonday will be exploring individuals and events related to the Revolutionary War in Georgia. Join GHS as we learn more about the role Georgia and her people played in the fight for independence. This week’s #MarkerMonday discusses Lyman Hall, one of Georgia’s three signers of […]

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  • Marker Monday: Mansfield’s Famous Southpaw

    For the month of June, #MarkerMonday will be exploring sports and recreational history in Georgia. Prepare for a summer of fun and leisure as we delve into the history behind sporting venues and events and famous Georgian athletes. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights professional baseball player, Sherrod Malone “Sherry” Smith. Born in Monticello, Georgia, in February […]

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  • 1996 Summer Olympics

    Marker Monday: 1996 Summer Olympics: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

    For the month of June, #MarkerMonday will be exploring sports and recreational history in Georgia. Prepare for a summer of fun and leisure as we delve into the history behind sporting venues and events and famous Georgian athletes. This week’s #MarkerMonday shines a light on the 1996 Centennial Summer Olympics hosted in Atlanta, Georgia. In […]

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  • Bobby Jones and the Beginning of the Grand Slam Marker

    Marker Monday: Bobby Jones and the Beginning of the Grand Slam

    For the month of June, #MarkerMonday will be exploring sports and recreational history in Georgia. Prepare for a summer of fun and leisure as we delve into the history behind sporting venues and events and famous Georgian athletes. This week’s #MarkerMonday shines a spotlight on golfer Bobby Jones. Robert Tyre “Bobby” Jones, Jr. was born […]

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  • Marker Monday: Herty Field

    For the month of June, #MarkerMonday will be exploring sports and recreational history in Georgia. Prepare for a summer of fun and leisure as we delve into the history behind sporting venues and events and famous Georgian athletes. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights Herty Field, named for chemist Charles Herty and the site of the first […]

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  • Marker Monday: The Mayham Tower

    This week’s #MarkerMonday discusses the offensive strategy of Patriot forces during the Siege of Augusta during the Revolutionary War. Between 1779-1781, the Patriot Cause suffered major setbacks in Georgia, including defeats during the Siege of Savannah in 1779 and during a 1780 attack to take Augusta from the British. It seemed that Georgia was going […]

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