Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Georgia Historical Society Holds Summer Classes in History, Preservation, and Genealogy

Register for Classes Now While Seats are Still Available!

Join the Georgia Historical Society this summer for a series of entertaining and informative classes, workshops, and tours on a variety of topics in history, genealogy, and archival preservation.

Classes and workshops will be held in the reading room of historic Hodgson Hall, GHS's headquarters at the corner of Whitaker and Gaston Streets in downtown Savannah. Tours will also begin in the reading room. All classes, tours, and workshops must meet a minimum enrollment and some class sizes are limited, so make your reservations early!

Visit to view course descriptions, prices, and to make reservations. For more information, please call 912.651.2125 ext. 40. GHS members will receive a 10% discount for all classes.

For more information, and to read a full press release, click here.

The Georgia Historical Society, headquartered in Savannah, is the oldest cultural institution in the state and one of the oldest historical organizations in the nation. It is the first and only statewide historical society in Georgia. For nearly 175 years, GHS has collected, preserved, and shared Georgia history through a variety of educational outreach programs, publications, and research services. For more information visit:
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