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.

Using Archives to Study the Life and Service of Veterans


An Example of One Veteran’s Story in the GHS Collections It is estimated that 4,355,000 Americans were mobilized during World War I. Frank O’Driscoll Hunter was one of those millions who served in the United States military during World War I. While serving in Europe as a first lieutenant in the Aviation Signal Reserve, Hunter…

Episode 002: Treasures from the Gordon Family Papers


Join Sophia in the Georgia Historical Society Research Center as she explores the Gordon Family Papers and uncovers some very special Girl Scout Badges. Be prepared to lean more by clicking here for additional resources on this topic.