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The student will describe the impact of World War II on Georgia’s development economically, socially, and politically.

Atlanta's Author: Celestine Sibley

Celestine Sibley won several awards and served many humanitarian causes during her career as a journalist, columnist, and author, becoming an iconic adopted...

Georgia Time Machine: 1950s in Heard County

During the 1950s, Georgia was in many ways a study of contrasts. Much of the state retained its rural character, with people leading lives that had strong...

Georgia's Voice in Congress: Carl Vinson

Carl Vinson was sworn into Congress in 1914 at the age of 31 and would serve a record 25 consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives - a total of...

Georgia's Women During World War II

Three Georgia women performed very different jobs during World War II and represent the various roles of women in wartime. Pat Barrett of Norcross, worked...

Helen Dortch Longstreet

Helen Dortch Longstreet: The Fighting Lady

Married to a Confederate general, Helen Dortch Longstreet was a fighter in her own right. Helen became known as the "Fighting Lady," a champion of many...

Madeleine Kiker Anthony

Making Dalonega Famous: Madeleine Kiker Anthony

Moving to Dahlonega after being married, Madeleine Kiker Anthony started the Dahlonega Chamber of Commerce and promoted the town's history of gold mining to...

Welcome South, Brother: Georgia's First Radio Station

Marcus Bartlett, a retired executive vice president for Cox Communications; Elmo Ellis, retired vice president of WSB; and Allan Macleod of the College of...