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Milledgeville/Baldwin County Oral History Project: Get Involved/FAQs

A project of Special Collections of Georgia College and Digital Bridges, a Knight Community Innovation Center. This project is made possible by a grant from the Knight Fund for Milledgeville of the Community Foundation of Central Georgia.

Why Participate?

Why Participate? What's In It for Me?

By participating in the Milledgeville/Baldwin County Oral History Project, you are ensuring an accurate portrayal of the region's history for future generations. Your story will enable researchers to gather information about Milledgeville about all of its many aspects: social, cultural, business, charitable, religious, civic, educaitonal, community health, events, etc.

These interviews will tell the regional story of Milledgeville/Baldwin County, and together, will act as a microcosm to illusterate the history of the state of Georgia and the United States.

Each participant will receive a transcribed copy of their interview and a thank you letter.

What is the Process?

How Will This Information Be Used?

How Can In Participate as an Individual?

How Can my Class or Group Participate?

I am a Researcher, How Will I be Able to Access the Information?