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Moultrie Creek

BLACKFIVE: Rome, GA Remembers - 0 views

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    "I don't know about you, but I'm a history buff. And I'm particularly fascinated by WWII. Unfortunately we're losing our WW II vets at an alarming rate now and we're missing out some of the most fascinating history there is - the personal stories of those who were a part of that great effort. I was pleased to find out that one of the small cities here in Georgia, through its local newspaper, the Rome News-Tribune, has produced a very well done set of videos featuring local WW II vets along with their stories. It is very similar to Ken Burns "The War" but on a much more local level. It's fascinating and a very worthy addition to the oral histories of WW II. There are 8 videos in the set and they're all worth the time to watch. But if you have to pick just one to watch, I'd suggest the one on Iwo Jima. Two Marines and a Navy Corpsman talk about that battle, what they saw, what they did and how it effected them and their lives. It is worth the few minutes it takes. If anyone knows about more of these projects that are available on line, I'd love to know about them so I can feature them (mcq51atbellsouthdotnet)."
Moultrie Creek

Flickr: Coastal Empire Cemeteries - 0 views

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    Bonaventure...Laurel Grove...Colonial...Hillcrest Abbey...post your pictures of Savannah and Coastal Empire cemeteries!
Craig Manson

Milledgeville Historic Newspapers: Home - 0 views

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    Contains issues of historic papers published in Milledgeville, one-time capital of Georgia, from 1808-1922. A reference for Georgia politics, history, laws, slave data. The Milledgeville Historic Newspaper database is a project of the Digital Library of Georgia as part of Georgia HomePLACE. The project is supported with federal LSTA funds administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Georgia Public Library Service, a unit of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
Valerie Craft

Franklin Garrett Atlanta Necrology Database - Atlanta History Center - 0 views

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    Atlanta Necrology Database at the Atlanta History Center
Valerie Craft

Hargrett Library Rare Map Collection - 0 views

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    Georgia historic maps
Valerie Craft

Emanuel County - USGenWeb - 0 views

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    Website created by volunteers to bring together user generated genealogy content about Emanuel County, GA
Craig Manson

Manigault Plantation Collection--University of North Carolina - 0 views

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    Louis Manigault (1828-1899) was a member of a prominent and influential family of rice planters from South Carolina and Georgia. In 1833, his father, Charles Manigault (1795-1874), purchased Gowrie and East Hermitage plantations located on Argyle Island in the Savannah River, several miles upstream from the port of Savannah. Louis managed these properties for his father from the 1850s through the Civil War and Reconstruction.\n\nThe Manigault Plantation Journal, compiled by Louis Manigault between 1856 and 1879, includes information on plantation life, slaves and slavery, rice cultivation, market conditions, accounts, and other topics. Notes and memoranda kept by Charles Manigault regarding the plantations during the 1830s and 1840s were pasted into the journal.
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