Selected Library of Congress Resources for Georgia
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The extensive collections at the Library of Congress contain historic artifacts and cultural materials from across the U.S. The list below is just a sample of the many Georgia resources available for free on the Library's Web site.
Teachers can find even more primary sources, along with the tools to help use them in the classroom, at www.loc.gov/teachers. They can also search the Library's American Memory or Prints and Photographs collections.
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A view of Savannah as it stood the 29th of March 1734
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Marching through Georgia / Henry C. (Henry Clay) Work [notated music]
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Martin Luther King press conference, 1964
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Doffer boys in Bibb Mill #1, Macon, Ga. Location: Macon, Georgia, 1909
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Coke was invented in Atlanta and Coca Cola headquarters are there today, 1953
Sherman's Army Plunders a Georgia Plantation, 1935
Ah always had a hard time, 1930
In the cotton fields of Georgia, 1897
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Interview with Wallace Quarterman, Fort Frederica, St. Simons Island, Georgia (Gullah), June 1935 (part 1 of 3)
Market Scene in Macon, Georgia, 1867
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Georgia State Capitol, Capitol Square, Atlanta, Fulton County, GA, c1933
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... Resolutions expressive of the determination of Georgia to prosecute the present war...
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