Teaching World War I: A Resource Guide


Looking for new resources to freshen up your WWI curriculum, but overwhelmed with the amount of material online? Interested in engaging your students using primary sources and local history? GHS Programs Intern Haley McKenzie is here to help with her favorite online resources from the Georgia Historical Society and other trustworthy content creators like the Library of Congress and National World War I Museum.

Episode 009: Dr. Stan Deaton Live at Coastal Middle School


Watch a recording of the Georgia Historical Society’s first live streaming event. Dr. Stan Deaton, Emmy-Award winning host of Today in Georgia History, spoke with 8th graders at Coastal Middle School in Savannah, Georgia, about his experiences hosting Today in Georgia History and the importance of studying the past. Stan took questions from the audience…

Guest Post: Georgia Historical Society Resources Revealed!


Today’s post comes from Jordan Fischer, GHS’s  Education Intern. This summer she is helping GHS develop educational resources for teachers and students. Jordan is excited to reveal the excellent education resources you might not know are available for FREE on the GHS website! As the education intern this summer, I’ve had a crash course in learning about all the educational…