Farming Georgia in the Early Twentieth Century
This farm near Canton, Georgia, reflects Americans' dominant image of rural landscapes as bucolic and relatively unchanging. The research carried out by teachers on KCAC's Cultivating Homelands team has reaffirmed the values behind such icons while also highlighting dynamic, complex, and productive dimensions of Georgia's rural heritage.
Rural Community Inquiry: Reflecting on Research Processes
by Sarah Robbins
A Selected annotated bibliography for Cultivating Homelands
by Diane Shearer
Studying Community in Canton, Georgia
by Peggy Corbett
A Bridge to the Past:The Euharlee Covered Bridge a pdf document (Acrobat Reader needed for viewing)
by Amanda Closs, KSU Honors Student
The Shields-Ethridge Farm a pdf document (Acrobat Reader needed for viewing)
by Stacie Janecki, KSU Honors Student
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