Milestones in Georgia History

A Public Service Announcement Series for Georgia Radio Stations

GSW continues a special initiative designed to bring educational facts about Georgia history to a statewide radio audience. Downloadable audio clips, 60 seconds each, are available from this page.

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Note: audio files require Widows Media Player for download.

For more information, contact Stephen Snyder at stephen.snyder@gsw.edu or (229) 931-2037.

Production assistance courtesy GSW's Instructional Technology Center. Produced through the Division of University Relations, in cooperation with the Department of History & Political Science, with research by Professor Emeritus James E. Bagwell, Ph.D.

 

VOLUME I:

#1 King & Gandhi

#2 Carter and the Nobel Piece Prize

#3 Georgia's Three Governors

#4 Georgians and the American Revolution

#5 Georgia Day

#6 A Model Colony

#7 Ratifying the Constitution

#8 An Independent Country

#9 General Sherman's Mistake

#10 Battle of Atlanta

#11 Sherman's March to the Sea

#12 John C. Freemont

VOLUME II:

#1 A Popular Royal Governor

#2 Wormsloe Plantation

#3 War-Woman Nancy Hart

#4 The Cotton Gin

#5 The Methodist Church

#6 Another President from Georgia?

#7 Napoleon and Georgia

#8 Delaying Southern Secession

#9 South Carolina Invasion?

#10 President Jackson Backs Georgia

#11 Buzzard Roost Becomes Atlanta

#12 Mob Forces Governor Out

VOLUME III:

#1 General Polk

#2 Modern Warfare

#3 Last Battle

#4 Georgia vs. President Adams

#5 Hoppin' John

#6 Taft and Southern Cooking

#7 Southern Speak

#8 De Soto's Mark

#9 Guale or Georgia?

#10 Pirates

#11 Cough Remedy

#12 Carter & Peace

VOLUME IV:

#1 Sparing Savannah

#2 Eating Clay

#3 Counties, Counties

#4 Republican Governors

#5 Peabody Awards

#6 Scalawags

#7 Black Eyed Peas

#8 Southern British Accent

#9 Doc Holliday

#10 Hoecakes

#11 Rising Creeks

#12 Georgia Aquarium