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Nineteenth-century educational exhibit

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Title: Nineteenth-century educational exhibit
Nineteenth-century exhibit
Date: 1800-1899
Description: Based on the collections of the Georgia Historical Society, this online educational exhibit has been prepared for students and educators. It features eleven topics: the War of 1812, S.S. Savannah, the Georgia gold rush, Cherokee removal, the Central of Georgia Railroad, cotton cultivation, slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction, yellow fever, and the Spanish-American War.
Subjects: United States--History--War of 1812 | Savannah (Steamship) | Gold industry--Georgia | Gold mines and mining--Georgia | Trail of Tears, 1838 | Cotton | Central Railroad and Canal Company of Georgia | Central Rail Road and Banking Company of Georgia | Railroads--Georgia | Cotton gins and ginning | Cotton trade--Georgia--History--19th century | Slavery--Georgia | Slaves--Georgia | Reconstruction--Georgia | Yellow fever--Georgia--Savannah | Epidemics--Georgia--Savannah | Public health--Georgia--Savannah--History--19th century | Spanish-American War, 1898--Personal narratives | Gordon, Eleanor Lytle Kinzie, 1835-1917 | Georgia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 | Georgia
Contributors: Georgia Historical Society
Online Publisher: [Savannah, Ga.] : Georgia Historical Society, 2006
Persistent Link to Item: http://www.georgiahistory.com/containers/154

Related Institutions: Georgia Historical Society
Collection Information: Nineteenth-Century Educational Exhibit