The Georgia Library History Project


The Georgia Library History Project was a cooperative effort between the Ocmulgee Regional Library System located in Eastman, Georgia and the College of Library and Information Science of the University of South Carolina to create a better understanding of public library history in the State of Georgia.

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A primary function of the project was to create a collection of historical information on the libraries of the state. The first phase of the project was to focus on the history of public libraries in Georgia. This endeavor entailed the identification, documentation and publication of pertinent information that is relevant to the history and development of individual libraries and librarianship in general in the state.

Just in case you didn't know, March 14 is celebrated by Mathematics buffs globally as Pi Day - simply the celebration of the mathematical constant called pi. The Georgia Library History Project is also looking closely at what is space? Does space end, is it infinity, what lies in outerspace and more.