Today, November 29...

In Georgia History

UGA Stunned Tech

If you were a Georgia Tech fan, you felt cheated from a victory that Tech had earned. If you were a Georgia fan, it was unbelievable–perhaps one of the two greatest miracle finishes of modern Bulldog football history. With less...
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In Georgia Civil War History

Newspaper Reports on Secession Movement in Deep South

The Richmond Times Dispatch printed an article on “The Secession Movement in the South,” in which they said the following about Georgia and other deep South states. “…There is no reasonable doubt but that Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Texas and...
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In Their Own Words

Death of Student and Gifts Recorded

Dr. William N. White, a New York educator who had come to Atlanta to open a school, had opened a small academy with 25 students in October. In his journal he described the death of one of his students, as...
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