Governor’s Awards in the Arts and Humanities

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On Wednesday, October 2, the United Shape Note Singers, a group that has been working with the Center for Public History for several years, received a Governor’s Award in the Arts and Humanities.… Continue reading

Full Steam Ahead: New Projects for the West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail

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Thanks to the generosity of the Callaway Foundation, the West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail will be able to move forward with two exciting initiatives in the coming year. The Center for Public History… Continue reading

Griffin: From Cotton Town to Downtown

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On May 2, Lou Brackett, Sara Berry, and Jennifer Teeter presented their final work on a proposed exhibit, entitled Griffin: From Cotton Town to Downtown, to the City of Griffin. The project, which… Continue reading

Picture Perfect History

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All sorts of skills are vital to the practice of public history–including photography. We’re very thankful to work with many talented people here at the Center and some of our most valuable partners… Continue reading