What’s that? The historical roots of Seton Hill’s landmark trees

Seton Hill doesn’t have an average driveway. The long and winding road that slowly lifts travelers to campus is bookmarked by towering trees on either side. Perhaps Seton Hill’s most prominent landmark, these renowned trees are “synonymous with Seton Hill and its identity,” according to campus archivist Casey Bowser. “When you ask students… their first…

Creating a Gullah Geechee historical society in Ga.

RICEBORO, Ga. (WTOC) – A resolution adopted by the Georgia House of Representatives could lead to some new opportunities for Georgia’s Gullah Geechee population. House Resolution 625 calls on the state to establish a Gullah Geechee Heritage Society. Geechee Kunda is a site of Gullah Geechee history in Riceboro that’s been closed since the start…