The Georgia Archives hosts numerous special events throughout the year, including genealogy workshops, historical document displays, and our annual history symposium.
Lunch and Learn Lecture Series January - June 2020
Save the Date! Georgia Archives Symposium: From Field to Mill Town: Cotton and Textile Culture in Georgia, April 4, 2020
Quarterly Tours of the Georgia Archives, every 2nd Saturday of the tour month
Mill Towns: Living and Working at Georgia’s Textile Mills, January 11, 2020 through April 11, 2020
Special Exhibit of Georgia’s Colonial Charter and recorded copy of the Declaration of Independence. Friday, February 14, 2020 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Free and open to the public.
Lunch and Learn,”Genealogical Collections at the Georgia Archives: A “Hidden” Treasure”, April 12, 2019
Genealogy Related Resources Available at the Georgia Archives (handout)
Third Annual Georgia Genealogical Society Genealogy Picnic, June 23, 2018
Session 2: It’s Not Online: Original Records and Records on Microfilm at the Georgia Archives
Enslaved and Free People of Color, February 3, 2018
Session 2: Slave Laws of Georgia, 1755-1860
Handout packet, courtesy of the Georgia Archives
Second Annual Georgia Genealogical Society Genealogy Picnic, June 10, 2017
Session 1: Meet Gil! Our new and improved catalog
Session 2: Family research at the Georgia Archives
View curated digitally accessible exhibits showcasing resources at the Georgia Archives. Exhibits illustrate subjects in Georgia history with primary sources and include useful information for the family history researcher.
View all online exhibits
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Morrow, GA 30260
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