Georgia History Today Archives

Volume 15, No. 1 & 2

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Volume 15, No. 1 & 2

  • Perspectives: The Making of a Georgia Trustee
  • Native American Dispossession and Georgia’s Changing Landscape
  • Georgia Gems: Georgia and the Cherokee
  • State of History: Charlie Crawford: John McPherson Berrien Award Recipient
  • Inside GHS: Teaching Georgia’s People and Places
  • 2022 Georgia Trustees
  • Inside GHS: Teaching Georgia’s People and Places
  • Georgia History Festival Schedule of Events

  • Special Edition – Research Center Renovation

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    Georgia History Today Special Edition - Research Center Renovation

    • Celebrating a Total Transformation
    • The GHS Research Center: A Renovated and Expanded Foundation for History

    • Volume 14, Fall/Winter 2020, No. 2

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      Georgia History Today Volume 14 No. 2

      • Perspectives: Healing Through History
      • The Cold War at 75
      • Georgia Gems: Nuclear Ship Savannah
      • State of History: Affiliate Chapter of the Year: Bartow History Museum
      • Inside GHS: Critical Thinking in the Information Age
      • Profiles: 2021 Georgia Trustees
      • Georgia History Festival Schedule of Events

      • Volume 14, Spring/Summer 2020, No. 1

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        Georgia History Today Volume 14 No. 1

        • Perspectives: Finding Our Best in the Worst of Times
        • FDR on the 75th Anniversary of His Death
        • Georgia Gems: Frank Cheatham, Polio, and FDR
        • Inside GHS: Rising to the Challenge: GHS & Georgia Teachers in the Era of Remote Learning
        • Profiles: John Duncan, John MacPherson Berrien Award Winner
        • State of History: Understanding Racial Integration with Students

        • Volume 13, Fall/Winter 2019, No. 2

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          Georgia History Today Volume 13 No. 2

          • Perspectives: Building for the Future
          • Women’s Suffrage at 100
          • Georgia Gems: Helen Dortch Longstreet
          • Inside GHS: GHS Research Center Renovation and Expansion Begins
          • Profiles: 2020 Georgia Trustees
          • Georgia History Festival Schedule of Events
          • Messages from Our Friends and Supporters

          Volume 13, Spring/Summer 2019, No. 1

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          Georgia History Today Volume 13 No. 1

          • Perspectives: Can Art be History?
          • Teaching Confederate Monuments as Primary Sources
          • Georgia Gems: The Sounds of Revolution
          • Profiles: Ross Rossin
          • Teaching Georgia History with Primary Sources
          • The Magic Behind the Curtain: How Memory Institutions Provide Free Online Access to Primary Sources
          • GHS News

          Volume 12, Fall/Winter 2018, No. 2

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          Georgia History Today Volume 12 No. 2

          • The Boisterous Sea Of Liberty: The U.S. Constitution
          • Perspectives: Who Do We Think We Are?
          • Georgia Gems: Abraham Baldwin’s Copy of the U.S. Constitution
          • State of History: Georgia’s State Of Civic Education
          • Inside GHS: The Vincent J. Dooley Distinguished Fellows Program
          • Profiles: The 2019 Georgia Trustees
          • Georgia History Festival Schedule of Events
          • Messages from Our Friends and Supporters

          Volume 12, Spring/Summer 2018, No. 1

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          Georgia History Today Volume 12 No. 1

          • A Duty to the Past, A Commitment to the Future
          • The GHS Research Center: A Foundation for History
          • Saving Georgia’s History
          • Profiles: Shell and Wyck Knox – John Macpherson Berrien Award Winners
          • The Research Center Capital Campaign
          • Extraordinary Gales: Fort Pulaski’s Experience with Natural Disasters

          Volume 11, Fall/Winter 2017, No. 2

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          Georgia History Today Volume 11 No. 2

          • The Georgia Trustees: A Legacy of Leadership
          • When History and Memory Collide
          • James Habersham Letterbook
          • Martha Berry’s Living Legacy
          • 2018 Georgia Trustees
          • Georgia History Festival Schedule of Events

          Volume 11, Spring/Summer 2017, No. 1

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          Georgia History Today Volume 11 No. 1

          • The History of Science and Technology
          • Saving Georgia’s History Through a Gift of Conservation
          • Profiles: Raymond “Ray” M. Masciarella II
          • New Life for an Old Program: Maintaining Georgia’s Historical Markers
          • Affiliate Chapter of the Year: The Columbus Museum

          Volume X, Fall/Winter 2016, Nos. 3&4

          Georgia History Today

          • A State of Innovation
          • Maintaining a State of Innovation
          • 2017 Georgia Trustees
          • Georgia History Festival Schedule of Events
          *Please note, this issue was incorrectly printed as Volume 11, No. 3&4 . The next issue will be Volume 11, No. 1.


          Volume X, Spring/Summer 2016, Nos. 1&2

          Georgia History Today

          • Sustaining the Legacy of Ray C. Anderson
          • Help Conserve a Georgia Gem
          • Georgia Southern Students Research Georgia-Ireland Connection
          • Profiles: Don Waters

          Volume IX, Fall/Winter 2015, Nos. 3&4

          • 2016 Georgia Trustees
          • The Birth of the American Dream
          • Thronateeska Heritage Center Succeeds Through Collaboration
          • Encouraging Historical Thinking during the Georgia History Festival
          • A Rare Look at Early Atlanta Businesses

          Volume IX, Spring/Summer 2015, Nos. 1&2

          Georgia History Today Spring-Summer 2015

          • John McMullan – A Legacy of Generosity
          • The Delta Flight Museum, Atlanta’s Best Kept Secret
          • Georgia Gems: Atlanta Gas Light Company Papers
          • The Georgia Business History Initiative: Sharing the Stories of the Companies that Built Georgia
          • Business Leadership Helped Sing the Song of Tolerance

          Volume VIII, Fall/Winter 2014, Nos. 3&4

          Volume VIII, Fall/Winter 2014, Nos. 3&4

          • Unexpected Discoveries: Hernando de Soto in Georgia
          • Historical Markers: Discovering New Ways of Thinking about an Old Resource
          • Georgia Gems: H.N. Torrey Lantern Slides
          • 2014 Georgia Trustees: Alana Shepherd and Paula Wallace

          Volume VIII, Spring/Summer 2014, Nos. 1&2

          Spring/Summer 2014

          • Georgia’s Newest Home for History
          • Georgia Gems: GHS’s Archival Collection Finding Aids Now Online
          • An Enduring Legacy
          • Columns and Capitals: Georgia’s Old Governor’s Mansion
          • Endowing the Future: Victor L. Andrews & the Dr. Elaine B. Anrews Historian

          Volume VII, Fall/Winter 2013, Nos. 3&4

          Fall/Winter 2013

          • Flannery O’Connor: The Legacy of a Storyteller
          • The Evolution of a National Research Center
          • Georgia Gems: Rainwater Family Papers
          • 2014 Georgia Trustees: Arthur M. Blank and William Porter “Billy” Payne

          Volume VII, Spring/Summer 2013, Nos. 1&2

          Spring/Summer 2013

          • Whatever Happened to Georgia’s Dixie Highway?
          • Georgia Gems: James Dunwoody Jones
          • Profiles: Kenneth H. Thomas, Jr., John Macpherson Berrien Award Winner – “Georgia Was My Place”
          • A New Chapter for the Georgia Archives
          * Read an extended version of the Ed Jackson article, “Whatever Happened to Georgia’s Dixie Highway,”.


          Volume VII, Fall/Winter 2012, Nos. 3&4

          Fall/Winter 2012

          • John C. Fremont: Pathfinder to the West
          • Drawing Threads
          • Georgia Gems: Gilbert Moxley Sorrel
          • Profiles: 2013 Georgia Trustees: Truett Cathy and Herman Russell
          • History Education in Georgia’s Public Schools

          Volume VI, Spring/Summer 2012, No.1&2

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          • A Slice of History: Georgia’s Iconic Restaurants
          • African-American History & Culture in the Georgia Lowcountry
          • Profiles: Beverly “Bo” DuBose III, John Macpherson Berrien Award Winner
          • Georgia Gems: The Joseph L. Bernd Collection of FBI Records on the 1946 Election
          • Dalton Civil War 150th Commission

          Volume V, Fall/Winter 2011, No. 3&4

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          • Juliette Gordon Low
          • Today in Georgia History
          • Georgia Gems: Jepson House Education Cente
          • Profiles: The 2012 Georgia Trustees: Tom Cousins and Andrew Young
          • Lighting Up History at Georgia’s Old Capital Museum

          Volume V, Spring/Summer 2011, No. 1&2

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          • Discovering Georgia’s Civil War Sites
          • Campaign to Share Georgia History
          • Georgia Gems: Edward Clifford Anderson
          • Profiles: Lisa Lacy White
          • Georgia Battlefields Association

          Volume IV, Fall 2010, No. 3

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          • Remembering Georgia’s Native People
          • Georgia Gems: The Cherokee Papers
          • Profiles: The 2011 Georgia Trustees: Vincent Dooley and Sam Nunn
          • Making History Fun at the Thomastown-Upson Archives and Upson Historical Society

          Volume IV, Summer 2010, No. 2

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          • Georgia’s Cities of the Dead, Part Two
          • Vince Dooley Papers at GHS
          • Georgia Gems: A Very Grand Tour
          • Profiles: Don and Kaye Kole: The 2009-2010 John Macpherson Berrien Honorees
          • LaGrange’s Latest Legacy

          Volume IV, Winter 2010, No. 1

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          • Georgia’s Cities of the Dead and Cultural Tourism
          • The Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson
          • Celebrating Georgia Days 2010: Honoring Georgia Native & Baseball Legend Jackie Robinson
          • Georgia Gems
          • Profiles: The 2010 Georgia Trustees: Hank Aaron and Ted Turner

          Volume III, Spring/Summer 2009, No. 2-3

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          • Prelude to Hartsfield-Jackson: A Centennial Reflection on the Atlanta Speedway
          • Griffin Bell Papers at GHS
          • Georgia Gems: Civil War Letters
          • Profiles: Craig Barrow: Assuring History’s Future
          • University of Georgia Press

          Volume III, Winter 2009, No. 1

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          • Hail to the Would-be Chiefs: Presidential Contenders with Georgia Ties
          • Celebrating Georgia Days 2009: Honoring Johnny Mercer
          • Georgia Gems: Theodore Roosevelt and Civil Rights
          • A Friend in Need: Friends of Cockspur Island Lighthouse

          Volume II, Summer 2008, No. 3

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          • Whatever Happened to Georgia’s Downton Hotels?
          • Expanding Audiences for History: GHS Takes a Technological Plunge into the 21st Century
          • Georgia Gems: Daniel Webster
          • Profiles: Vince Dooley: Making Time for History
          • The Georgia Archives: Georgia’s Virtual Vault

          Volume II, Spring 2008, No. 2

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          • 75 Years Later, Georgia Remembers FDR
          • Georgia Historical Markers: 150 and Counting
          • Georgia Gems: Letters from Roosevelt
          • Profiles: Bradley Hale: Successes and Stories
          • The Roosevelt Warm Springs Archive

          Volume II, Winter 2008, No. 1

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          • Carved in Stone: Remembering James Oglethorpe
          • Georgia Turns 275 in Style
          • Georgia Gems: James Oglethorpe’s Letters
          • Profiles: Archie Davis: “History Inspires Me”
          • The Savannah Book Festival

          Volume I, Summer 2007, No. 2

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          • Taking Georgia’s History beyond Georgia
          • Using Technology to Explore the Past
          • Georgia Gems
          • Profiles: Don Kole: Growing What He Believes in
          • Georgia Women of Achievement