Georgia in the American Revolution

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The Georgia Historical Society is excited to offer a new resource for Georgia’s eighth-grade Georgia Studies teachers. Georgia in the American Revolution includes three activities designed to meet the Georgia Standards of Excellence for eighth-grade Georgia Studies. Resource videos give an introduction to the topic, provide instructions for each activity, and include activity answers. Download…

Episode 35: Top 10 Places to Find Digitized Primary Sources

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GHS Education Coordinator Sophia Sineath shares her top ten favorite places to find digitized primary sources for the classroom. The video explores places to find primary sources for teaching American history, Georgia history, and world history. In-depth videos on each of the places in the top ten list will be posted on the blog. Download…

Episode 34: Students Portray Famous Figures in Georgia History

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Eighth-grade students at Coastal Middle School students tell you why Georgians should learn about the historical figure they portrayed in the 2017 Georgia Day Parade. In this short video, you will meet Abigail Minis, Nathanael Greene, George Whitefield, Mary Telfair, Mathilda Beasley, and Alice McKane. Want to learn more about the historical figures featured in…

Episode 33: Researching the Civil Rights Movement, Oral History

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Join Georgia Historical Society Programs Intern Sarah as she researches the Civil Rights Movement. In this two-minute video, Sarah shares her experience conducting oral history interviews and discusses the value of oral history in studying the modern Civil Rights Movement. Click here to view Sarah’s Research Journal entry for this video. In her journal, Sarah…

National History Day Award Winning Performance on Mary Musgrove

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Sophia’s Schoolhouse is proud to present Devin Snyder and Mercy Koehler’s gold-medal-winning project, “Mary Musgrove: Exploration, Encounter, and Exchange in the Life of an Indian Princess.” The first-place prize was awarded at the 2016 National History Day competition held recently at the University of Maryland, with the theme “Exploration, Encounter, Exchange in History.” National History Day…

Episode 31: Researching the Civil Rights Movement, Manuscript Collection

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Join Georgia Historical Society Programs Intern Sarah as she researches the Civil Rights Movement. In this two-minute video, Sarah shares her experience using manuscript collections. Click here to view Sarah’s Research Journal entry for this video. In her journal, you will learn more about the Savannah Protest Movement and her experiences researching at the Georgia…