• What is the Digital Image Catalog?

    In this edition of the online research blog series, we will discuss the GHS Digital Image Catalog and the kinds of records available through it. This series explores the different platforms available to researchers through the GHS website and how to best utilize them when conducting research. The Digital Image Catalog contains select digital images […]

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  • Search Terms: Where to Start?

    In this edition of the online research blog series, we will explore how to develop effective search terms when conducting research in the GHS Digital Image Catalog and archival finding aids. This post will serve to provide a brief introduction to identifying search terms for a research project. Before researching in the GHS online collection, […]

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  • Marker Monday: He Helped Bring and Keep Fort Benning

    November 11, 2018, marks 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War. In honor of this anniversary, November’s #MarkerMonday posts will look at Georgia’s role in the First World War. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights Fort Benning, home of the United States Army Infantry, near Columbus, Georgia. With the United States entry into […]

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  • Camp Wheeler

    Marker Monday: Camp Wheeler

    November 11, 2018, marks 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War. In honor of this anniversary, November’s #MarkerMonday posts will look at Georgia’s role in the First World War. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights Camp Wheeler, in Macon, Georgia.  Following the United States entrance into World War I in 1917, sixteen Army […]

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  • Fort Screven

    Marker Monday: Fort Screven

    November 11, 2018, marks 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War. In honor of this anniversary, November’s #MarkerMonday posts will look at Georgia’s role in the First World War. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights Tybee Island’s Fort Screven. The United States established the fort in the late 1890s as part of Georgia’s […]

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  • HMS Otranto Marker

    Marker Monday: Sinking of the H.M.S. Otranto

    November 11, 2018, marks 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War. In honor of this anniversary, November’s #MarkerMonday posts will look at Georgia’s role in the First World War. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights the sinking of the British troopship H.M.S. Otranto in the Irish Sea on October 6, 1918. On September […]

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  • Marker Monday: James Monroe

    To further explore this year’s Georgia History Festival theme, “The United States Constitution: Ensuring Liberty and Justice for All,” October’s #MarkerMondays look at the executive branch of government and Presidents of the United States with Georgia ties. GHS is proud to house archival materials that relate to these executive branch leaders. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights […]

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  • Marker Monday: Roosevelt’s Barnesville Speech

    To further explore this year’s Georgia History Festival theme, “The United States Constitution: Ensuring Liberty and Justice for All,” October’s #MarkerMondays look at the executive branch of government and Presidents of the United States with Georgia ties. GHS is proud to house archival materials that relate to these executive branch leaders. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights […]

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  • Marker Monday: President Jimmy Carter

    To further explore this year’s Georgia History Festival theme, “The United States Constitution: Ensuring Liberty and Justice for All,” October’s #MarkerMondays look at the executive branch of government and Presidents of the United States with Georgia ties. GHS is proud to house archival materials that relate to these executive branch leaders. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights […]

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  • Marker Monday: Washington’s Southern Tour II

    To further explore this year’s Georgia History Festival theme, “The United States Constitution: Ensuring Liberty and Justice for All,” October’s #MarkerMondays look at the executive branch of government and Presidents of the United States with Georgia ties. GHS is proud to house archival materials that relate to these executive branch leaders. This week’s #MarkerMonday highlights […]

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