Georgia

Genealogical societies in Oklahoma and Georgia are asking for support. Family historians and genealogists who need access to records in these states should think about supporting the efforts of genealogists to keep records available. As reported in the MGC Sentinel, “in Oklahoma, a law enacted in 2011 limited access to all vital records to those […]

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Here’s a good news statement from the office of the Governor of Georgia published yesterday October 18: “Gov. Nathan Deal and Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced today that the state will restore $125,000 to Kemp’s budget to keep the Georgia State Archives open to Georgians for the remainder of the budget year. “Georgia’s Archives […]

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Graduate of the Savannah College of Art and design Gary Daniels has recently announced the discovery of 2000 year old pottery in the state of Georgia. The highly decorated pottery known as Swift Creek Complicated Stamped started around 100 A.D. and continued on for several hundred years. The glyphs were noted as being similar in […]

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