Lower Altamaha Historical Society

Lower Altamaha Historical  Society

P.O. Box 1405
Darien, Georgia


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The mission of LOWER ALTAMAHA HISTORICAL SOCIETY is to preserve and disseminate the history of McIntosh County.
Meetings are held at 7:00 P.M., on the third Thursday of each month at Fort King George, Darien, Georgia. A hearty welcome is extended to all. Your support and membership are appreciated.

Our History Archive Building is open for history research.  Anyone wishing to read, do research, or  just browse through  some of the plethora of genealogical information available in the Lower Altamaha Historical Society's Archives Library is welcome to do so. The building is open every Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is located on the grounds of Fort King George (912-437-4770) in Darien, Georgia.

Visit our LAHS List of Books for Sale written by Buddy Sullivan and other area authors.

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August 20
—Steven Smith will speak about the Massie History Education Center in Savannah. 
September 17—Harriet Langford will speak about the legacy of William G. (Bill) Haynes and Ashantilly. 
October 15—Dr. William Morton    Latest book "Andrew Ellicott: The Stargazer Who Defined America" -content would be about the lower Barrier Islands of Georgia as well as the southern boundary with Spain.
November 19—Chris Milner will show the video about the Altamaha River timber rafting reenactment with historical context by Buddy Sullivan. 
December 3—LAHS Christmas party at Belvedere Clubhouse. 
       (Note that Dr. Morris was originally scheduled for October but a conflict necessitated his asking to be switched to January).

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