Intertwining Gold, Religion and Education in Northern Georgia
“Waleska as Epicenter: Gold-seeking Methodists & the Development of Emory, Reinhardt & Young Harris Colleges” (featured address by Dr. Kenneth Wheeler)
“Echoes of Cherokee County,” dramatic readings from selected primary historical documents (produced by Dr. Kevin Crawford, Assistant Professor of English and Theatre, Reinhardt University).
“Emancipation & Education in ‘Them Thar Hills’: Schools & North Georgia After the Civil War” (featured address by Dr. Jennifer Lund Smith)
“Understanding the Intertwinings” Panelists Dr. Jonathan Atkins, Berry College; Dr. Tene Harris Davis, Georgia State University; and Dr. Kenneth H. Wheeler, Reinhardt University will share remarks & answer audience questions.
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and the National Endowment for the Humanities and through appropriations from the Georgia Assembly