Tomorrow is April 6. If we were to turn Georgia's clock back 77 years to this date in 1936, we'd be witness to massive destruction visited upon Gainesville from tornadoes spawned by a storm system that had swept across the South.
Georgia State University Associate Professor of History Dr. Clifford Kuhn revisits the tragic event with WABE's Steve Goss.
Today is Feb. 20, and if we were to turn Georgia's clock back to this date in 1970, we'd find the Georgia General Assembly voting in favor of ratifying the 19th Amendment -- more than 50 years after it had become law.
Georgia State University Associate Professor of History Dr. Clifford Kuhn talks with WABE's Steve Goss about the events that led to the passage and ratification of the constitutional amendment that granted women the right to vote.
Today is February 1, and if we were to turn Georgia's clock back 280 years to this date in 1733, we'd find General James Edward Oglethorpe and a band of settlers from England landing at Yamacraw Bluff on the Savannah River.