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The day has finally come. On Monday, March 27, 2017, Georgia Historical Markers will be unveiled. An approximately 60-mile stretch of Highway 522 will be marked with 40 new Georgia historical markers. Every year, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) takes the responsibility to recognize Georgia’s important places in a ceremony at the offices of the Georgia Historical Society in Atlanta. The purpose of the ceremony is to increase the awareness of Georgia’s rich history and to encourage the preservation of its treasured historic sites. This year’s project was supported in part by the proceeds from a $25,000 challenge grant awarded to the Georgia Historical Society by the Metropolitan Atlanta Committee for Planning (MACP) on behalf of GDOT. One of the Georgia markers will be placed on the grounds of the Georgia History Center in Savannah. “The future of the Georgia Historical Society and Georgia History Center is bright thanks to donors who believe in the importance of understanding Georgia’s history,” says Susan B. Anderson, Executive Director of the Georgia Historical Society. “As part of the ceremony, we will be presenting the first round of historical markers, which should put people on notice that this project has already begun. We are grateful to Georgia’s people for making this history possible.” The History of Highway 522 in Georgia is commemorated by a combination of both historical and contemporary photographs and writing. Each marker is surrounded by a GPS-enabled digital map that contains a historical narrative. The map also provides interactive links to historical facts and other related resources. “Georgia’s highway markers have become a valuable part of the state’s tourism industry,” says Ben Buchanan, Superintendent of the Georgia Department of Transportation. “We’re excited to add these new markers to the system, and we are grateful to the Georgia Historical Society for their support of this project.” The ceremony will be conducted by retired U.S. Congressman Hank Johnson and former Georgia governors Sonny Perdue and Zell Miller. “Georgia has always been proud of its colorful history, and it’s important for people to know more about our past,” says Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. “This is the start of a new program for Highway 522, and we look forward to working with the Georgia Historical Society and the Georgia Department of Transportation to make this a statewide project.”




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