Symposium On Transportation In Georgia

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Symposium On Transportation In Georgia
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8:30 Cofee and refreshements

8:55 Welcome, Christopher Davidson, Georgia Archives

9:00-9:50 ‘Just a Snake Stretched Out Across the Path’: Travel and Trade in Georgia from the Mississippian Era to 1900, James A. Owen, University of Georgia

10:00-10:50 Atlanta’s Historic Streetcar Systems , Patrick Sullivan, New South Associates and Wm. Matthew Tankersley, New South Associates

11:00-11:50 A Century of Pavement Politics: GDOT, Road Building, and the Creation of Modern Georgia, 1916-2016, Ashton Ellett, University of Georgia

11:50-1:00 Lunch (Pizza will be available for a cash donation); Screening of Down the Dixie Highway (Room 114)

1:00-1:50 Pave the Way: Atlanta and the Politics of Mobility, Edward Hatfield, Kennesaw State University

2:00-2:50 The Odd Couple: Historic Preservation and Transportation - A Review of GDOT’s Historic Preservation Products, Sandy Lawrence, Cultural Resources Section Manager, Georgia Department of Transportation

3:00-4:00 Tour of the Georgia Archives (Pre-registration required - please email becky.sherman@usg.edu or call 678-364-3745)
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By: Georgia Archives