Today, November 28...

In Georgia History

UGA Upset Georgia Tech

The University of Georgia Bulldogs pulled off one of their greatest upsets by defeating seventh ranked arch-rival Georgia Tech 30-24 in Atlanta. Georgia limped into the game both physically and emotionally; they had lost their best player - A.J. Green...
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In Georgia Civil War History

March to the Sea; Battle of Buck Head Creek; Camp Lawton

Sherman and the 20th Corps left Tennille for Louisville, Georgia, advancing approximately fifteen miles despite meeting some minor resistance from Confederate cavalry. Henry Hitchcock, military secretary to General Sherman, wrote in his diary of one one wing of the army...
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In Their Own Words

Difficulty Educating in Cold Weather

From Old Ebenezer, Salzburger pastor Johann Martin Boltzius recorded in his journal the difficulties of educating children in cold weather: “Because the cold weather remained, we were again forced to hold school in the house of a Salzburger where we...
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