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Georgia Stories

Madrid Loyd Williams

Mrs. Williams was one of the first women Presidents of the Nat'l Ass'n of Bar Executives.

Madrid Loyd Williams

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Georgia Stories

Madeleine Kiker Anthony

Madeleine Anthony worked for historical preservation and the development of tourism.

Madeleine Kiker Anthony

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Georgia Stories

Lillian Gordy Carter

Lillian Gordy Carter set examples with her determination to make the world a better place.

Lillian Gordy Carter

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Georgia Stories

Leila Ross Wilburn

Leila Ross Wilburn was one of the pioneering women architects in the United States.

Leila Ross Wilburn

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Georgia Stories

Juliet Gordon Low

A spotlight on Julia Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts.

Juliet Gordon Low

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Georgia Stories

Jane Hurt Yarn

Jane Hurt Yarn's work was vital to protecting the barrier islands and marshes of Georgia.

Jane Hurt Yarn

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Georgia Stories

Helen Dortch Longstreet

The “Fighting Lady,” Helen Dortch was a champion of the environment and civil rights.

Helen Dortch Longstreet

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Georgia Stories

Harriet Powers

Born into slavery, Harriet Powers grew up to be a highly-regarded African-American quilter

Harriet Powers

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Georgia Stories

Caroline Pafford Miller

Caroline Pafford Miller was the first Georgian to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

Caroline Pafford Miller

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Georgia Stories

Anna Colquitt Hunter

In 1955 Anna Hunter inaugurated the Historic Savannah Foundation.

Anna Colquitt Hunter

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Georgia Stories

Sequoyah

Sequoyah, a Cherokee Indian, created a system of writing for an unwritten language.

Sequoyah

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Georgia Stories

The Judicial Branch

The Judicial Branch and courts system of Georgia work to interpret and apply the law.

The Judicial Branch

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Georgia Stories

Rebecca Latimer Felton, A Georgia Biography

The first woman to serve as a United States Senator was from Georgia.

Rebecca Latimer Felton, A Georgia Biography

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Georgia Stories

John Ross, A Georgia Biography

From 1828 to 1860, the Cherokee people were led by remarkable Native American, John Ross.

John Ross, A Georgia Biography

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Georgia Stories

Thomas Watson, A Georgia Biography

Thomas Watson was an early champion of poor farmers in the shambles after the Civil War.

Thomas Watson, A Georgia Biography

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Georgia Stories

Georgia and the US Constitution

By 1789, Georgia had a Constitution of its own and the U.S. Constitution had been ratified

Georgia and the US Constitution

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Georgia Stories

The Executive Branch

The executive branch is the largest of Georgia’s three branches of state government.

The Executive Branch

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Georgia Stories

Abraham Baldwin, A Georgia Biography

State legislator, Confederation Congress, U.S. House & Senate, signer of U.S. Constitution

Abraham Baldwin, A Georgia Biography

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Georgia Stories

The Story of Chief William McIntosh

Living in two worlds and pleasing the inhabitants of both is not an easy task.

The Story of Chief William McIntosh

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Georgia Stories

Mary Musgrove, A Georgia Biography

A brief profile of Mary Musgrove, known as Coosaponakeesa by the Creek Indians.

Mary Musgrove, A Georgia Biography

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Georgia Stories

The Legislative Process

The legislative process in Georgia state government.

The Legislative Process

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Georgia Stories

The Immortal 600

The Immortal 600 is a story which is sometimes overlooked in the history of the Civil War.

The Immortal 600

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Georgia Stories

Henry Grady, a Georgia Biography

Henry Woodfin Grady was known as the “The Spokesman of the New South.”

Henry Grady, a Georgia Biography

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Georgia Stories

Carl Vinson, A Georgia Biography

Carl Vinson serve twenty-five consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Carl Vinson, A Georgia Biography