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For the Teacher

In addition to the wealth of resources found in the materials that accompany The Georgia Studies Book, the authors have created special Web resources with even more ideas for making Georgia Studies come alive in your classroom. Please check back often as new materials are added.

Textbook Updates

History is happening all the time, and this page will keep you informed of significant events that affect the information provided in the textbook.

Chapter-by-Chapter Resources

Resources specifically organized by each chapter of The Georgia Studies Book include technology links, GPS correlations, links to appropriate documents, and relevant information on GeorgiaInfo

Georgia Documents

Information about and, when available, links to Georgia Studies–related documents that will help you easily use primary source materials in your classroom.

Supplementary Materials

Maps and handouts are just a few of the materials found in this section.

Georgia Encyclopedia

The New Georgia Encyclopedia provides an authoritative source of information about people, places, events, institutions, and many other topics relating to the state.

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