Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Augusta Museum of History

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA (3/28/13) – The Augusta Museum of History is pleased to announce the special hours that the Museum will be open and available for visitors during Master’s week: Sunday, April 8, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, … Continue reading

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African American Program – Aiken State Park

Join Aiken State Park (Windsor, SC) on March 23, 2013 at 2 p.m. for a special program devoted to park’s African-American legacy. The program will talk about the African-American detachment of the Civilian Conservation Corps and tour some of the … Continue reading

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Burke County Genealogical and Historical Society Meeting

We look forward to seeing you at our March regular meeting at 6:30 in the Conference room of the Burke County library. We are very excited to have Christine Miller-Betts, Executive Director of the Lucy Craft Laney Museum, as our … Continue reading

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Flash! This just in from Lillian Wan….

The Paine College History Club students will present free tours at Cedar Grove Cemetery this Saturday, March 9, at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. Each tour will have historical re-enactments of famous African Americans buried at Cedar Grove. For … Continue reading

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Monthly Webinar

  The Friends of the National Archives-Southeast Region will be hosting a monthly webinar on Tuesday, March 12th at 2pm. The webinar is titled, “loc.gov: Using Our Nation’s Library Online.”  According to the website, webinar attendees will “explore one of … Continue reading

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Civil War Magnolia Cemetery Tour

Just a reminder that the Georgia Room is hosting a Civil War tour at Magnolia Cemetery this Saturday, March 9 at 2pm. We will meet at the main entrance and the tour will be conducted by Russell Liner, our in-house … Continue reading

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Family Traits

In preparation for a class later this spring, I’ve been searching out hair and eye color, length of life and any other physical tidbits I can find. I’m putting this information on an ancestry chart. The results have been very … Continue reading

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