History, Memory, and Georgia’s Native People

12:00 p.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Georgia State Capitol
206 Washington Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30334
Georgia Humanities
(404) 523-6220

History, Memory, and Georgia’s Native People is the latest installment of the Capitol History Highlights educational programming series highlighting the many historical sites, artifacts, and portraits throughout the Georgia State Capitol, presented by the Georgia Capitol Museum. In Capitol History Highlights’ newest program, attendees will learn how research changes our knowledge of historic people, and will explore memory and language surrounding the Cherokee, Creek, and Yamacraw people in Georgia.

Attendees should check in at the Tour Desk within the Georgia State Capitol upon arrival. Visitors are required to present photo ID.

This educational programming series is sponsored by a grant from Georgia Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.