Then Again

E79 Gamifying History with David French (Part 2)

Episode Notes

Join us for Part 2 of our discussion with David French who created original educational history games for us! Learn the philosophy and methodology behind the games David has created and how you can create your own.

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E78 Gamifying History with David French (Part 1)

Episode Notes

Our friend and former museum staff member David French joins us to discuss how his original board games were developed to teach kids about history and have fun too! Stay tuned for next week's part 2 of this discussion.

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E77 How & Why Sequoyah Developed the Cherokee Syllabary

Episode Notes

Charles Rhodarmer, Director of the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, talks to us about the man who created the Cherokee syllabary and how this development changed the Cherokee Nation forever.

Image of the Syllabary

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E76 The Ancient Art of Chair Caning

with Silver River Center for Chair Caning

Episode Notes

Dave Klingler from Silver River Center for Chair Caning shares the history of this ancient practice, the patterns, the skills necessary, and how the tradition of woven seats is continued to this day.

Learn more about Silver River Center for Chair Caning at: https://silverriverchairs.com

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E75 Out of the Hills of Habersham...

the history of Lake Lanier

Episode Notes

Dr. Dee Gillespie of the University of North Georgia shares with us the history and impact of Lake Lanier on Northeast Georgia, and beyond. Learn about the controversy surrounding the creation of the lake, the communities that once were (now underwater), lake legends, and what Lake Lanier offers locals and travelers to this day.

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E74 For the Love of Tea

an inTEAresting conversion with the Tea Mistress!

Episode Notes

How did tea become such a popular and culturally significant beverage over the centuries? Amanda Vermillion, a.k.a. The Tea Mistress, takes us on the journey of tea from the process of producing it to tea ceremonies and more.

Learn more about The Tea Mistress at https://theteamistress.com/about/

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E73 The N.C. White Photography Collection

Episode Notes

The History Center recently acquired thousands of glass negatives from local Gainesville, Georgia photography N. C. White who was clearly a master of photography in the late 1800s and early 1900s. This collection was provided to us by today's guest, photographic historian and collector Bill Riley. Hear the fascinating story behind this collection in this episode. More info at: www.negahc.org

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E72 Slavery in Colonial Latin America

Episode Notes

In today's episode, Dr. Alexander Wisnoski from the University of North Georgia discusses the differences between colonial era slavery in the early United States and that of Latin American colonies.

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E71 The Golden Age of Pirates

Episode Notes

Ahoy, mateys! We've brought Dr. Jeff Pardue back in to enlighten us about the Golden Age of Piracy, and to try and separate the fact from the fiction. (Hopefully, this will whet your appetite for our upcoming Virtual Family Day on Pirates!)

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E70 The Geological History of Appalachia

Episode Notes

Professor of Geology Jim Buecheler from Northern Virginia Community College takes us on a geological journey of how the Appalachian mountains were formed over millions of years. Learn the effects of continental collisions, mountain formations, and more in this ROCKIN' episode!

Check out Jim's Twitch stream at www.twitch.tv/geojim2006 to learn even more!

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