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Trailblazing African American Women of Coastal Georgia


Dr. Melissa Cooper spoke to a standing room only crowd at St. Cyprian's! This program was well received by the community. A box lunch was served at the St. Andrew's Parrish Hall, followed by an afternoon session where three Trailblazers were highlighted. Many thanks to our speakers, Georgia Humanities, McSEED, the Links,  and all the volunteers and board members who made this an outstanding event!

A lovely reception for Dr. Cooper was held at Ashantilly the evening before the conference.



GPB's Georgia Traveler Visits the Print shop!

Georgia Traveler visits the shop!


It was quite an honor to have David Zelski and his crew visit the Print Shop. After exploring and learning about Letterpress, David printed on the treadle-powered platen press! Quite the challenge!



Dr. Janet Gritzner: Tabby Revisited

At the Sugar Mill in Tolomato  Version 2Dr. Janet Gritzner, Professor Emerita at South Dakota State University,  discussed her extensive research into tabby, the historic building material revived by Thomas Spalding. 

After a reception, there was a field trip to the ruins of the Sugar Mill and Rum Distillery at Tolomato.



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