The Cottrell Digital Studio at the Northeast Georgia History Center presents livestream programs for all to enjoy as well as special content for Digital Members. Join via Facebook Live or YouTube Live and feel free to ask questions in the chat! Great for all ages.
Each Wednesday at 2 PM ET, we present a livestream for the general public to enjoy via Facebook Live or YouTube Live. Each Friday we present special Member Livestreams for our local and digital Members. Become a Digital Member for as little as $3/month or $35/year to enjoy Member livestreams and more: Become a Digital Member
Lofi History Every Tuesday at 4 PM ET Historian Glen and musician Libba host a livestream every Tuesday at 4 PM ET on Twitch! Ask history questions in the chat and Glen will answer them live while Libba makes cool electronic music. Anyone can watch on Twitch, but you must have a Twitch account to ask questions. Great for all ages! www.twitch.tv/lofi_history
WED, NOV 4 - Early American Medicine In this re-run, historian Glen Kyle explores the medical practices of early America with accurately reproduced medical instruments and tools!
FRI, NOV 6 - Virtual Tour of Women's Suffrage Exhibit (Members Only)
Join Curator & Historian Lesley Jones as she guides Members on a virtual tour of our suffrage exhibit, Voices for the Vote: The Struggle for Women's Suffrage. This tour will include local artifacts and stories as well as a national context to the fight for and against women's suffrage.
WED, NOV 11 - The US Navy in WW2 In this re-run, historian Glen Kyle dives into the naval operations and the experiences of US Navy sailors during World War II.
FRI, NOV 13 - The Origins of Superstitions (Members Only)
Join historian Marie Walker on Friday the 13th to learn about the origins of well-known superstitions.
WED, NOV 18 - Queen Victoria In this re-run, historian Marie Walker explores the life and times of Queen Victoria whose more than 60 year reign influenced not only the United Kingdom but much of the world.
FRI, NOV 20 - "My Dearest Friend" Letters & Writing During the 18th & 19th Centuries (Members Only)
Historian Glen Kyle presents on the etiquette, techniques, and importance of written correspondence during the 18th & 19th centuries.
WED, NOV 25 - Meet Harriet Tubman In this re-run, you will meet abolitionist, suffragist, and conductor of the Underground Railroad Harriet Tubman, portrayed by Chiara Richardson.
FRI, NOV 27 - Culture & Conflict: Interactions between Native Americans and Early Colonists The earliest contacts between Native Americans and European colonists set the stage for centuries of unprecedented cultural exchange, biased perceptions, and struggles for survival. Join us as we examine primary documentation, visual and written, of the first interactions between the English who attempted to settle in North America and the indigenous peoples they encountered.