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Women's History Month: Rebecca Latimer Felton (1835-1930)

March 17, 2015

Georgia boasts putting the first woman in the U.S. Senate. Well, at least for a day.

With Liberty and Justice for All

January 20, 2015

Learn more about our past, current and future liberties.

Carl Edward Sanders: Bringing Georgia into the Modern Age

November 18, 2014

On Sunday, November 16, 2014, Georgia said farewell to a political pioneer and humble humanitarian.

American Indian Burial Site Laws: If I find it, can I keep it?

April 14, 2014

If you find a historical artifact regarding American Indians on your property, is it legally yours?

Black History Month: A Time for Reflection and Continued Progress

February 26, 2014

Every February, our great nation gives pause to honor the impact and contributions of Black Americans in the United States.

Georgia Archives Extends Public Hours

July 22, 2013

Starting next week, the Archives will add two additional days to its public hours. Researchers will be able to stop in not only on Fridays and Saturdays but on Wednesdays and Thursdays as well.

New Georgia Encyclopedia Shares Facts & History

July 2, 2013

If ever a tinge of middle school history nostalgia hits you, head over to The New Georgia Encyclopedia for articles on Georgia arts, sports and science.

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2013

January 18, 2013

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was an integral figure in the Civil Rights Movement. He spoke, engaged others, and preached about justice, empowerment, love and peace.