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Saturday September 5th, 2015 10:21AM

NE Ga. History Center: Upcoming events

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Upcoming events at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville include:<br /> <br /> <br /> Tuesday, September 9, 7 p.m.<br /> History Forum: The 1864 Atlanta Campaign, presented by Steve Davis.<br /> Mr. Davis will discuss the importance of the Atlanta Campaign of the Civil War and the books he has authored on the subject. Admission is free for members and $3 for non-members. For more information, call 770-297-5900, visit www.negahc.org, or emailjcarson@brenau.edu . <br /> <br /> Sunday, September 14, 1 to 4 p.m.<br /> Family Day: Georgia's Civil War Soldiers and Those They Left Behind<br /> Living History Interpreters will present information on soldier life during the Civil War, including camp life, weaponry, drilling, food, and more. A special presentation on the role of northeast Georgians in the Confederate and Union Navies will be made. Roles of women during Civil War will be presented. Many opportunities for participation in activities and making crafts related to Civil War era. Admission is free, courtesy of North Georgia Eye.<br /> For more information, call 770-297-5900, visit www.negahc.org, or emailjcarson@brenau.edu . <br /> <br /> Wednesday, September 24, 3:30-6:30 p.m.<br /> Educators' Open House&#8203;<br /> Drop-in reception showcasing History Center's in-house programs<br /> &#8203; (field trips, Family Days, History Forums) and outreach programs<br /> (Travel Trunks, Speakers' Bureau, primary sources). Open House includes refreshments, free resources, door prizes, tours. All educators, including public, private, Christian/parochial, higher education, and home school, regardless of subject area, are encouraged to attend.<br /> For more information, call 770-297-5900, visit www.negahc.org, or emailjcarson@brenau.edu . <br />
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