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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.

Women's History Month: Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927)

March 4, 2015

At the turn of the 20th century, one woman saw the need for preparing young girls for the progressive world. One strong, independent, stubborn woman helped change history.

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.

Spooks and Scares around Georgia

October 28, 2014

Discover 3 myths of haunted state government buildings.

Dr. Crawford Williamson Long: Georgia's Medical Pioneer

October 9, 2014

Can you imagine getting your tonsils taken out without anesthesia? Luckily, we'll never have to endure such discomfort thanks to the work of Dr. Crawford Williamson Long.

League of Women Voters of Georgia: Making an Educated Decision

October 2, 2014

Do you know Annie G. Wright? Emily C. MacDougald? Hint: They played an important role in our Georgia history!

The 12th Time's the Charm

September 16, 2014

Some states surrounding Georgia have had the same ruling documents since the 19th century. Tennessee has only had 3 state constitutions. Alabama, Florida and South Carolina have all had 6. Georgia, on the other hand, has had a few more...

“Let Justice be Done though the Heavens May Fall”

September 9, 2014

"Fiat Justitia, Ruat Caelum." A fitting motto for the Supreme Court of Georgia.

Treasures from the Capitol Museum: Three Governors

August 18, 2014

This is a tale of three governors: A son, a lieutenant governor and an incumbent.

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