SAH Archipedia: Georgia Entries and Schools for the Deaf Essay Added

by SAH News | Sep 30, 2019
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Photo credit: Hills and Dales, photograph by Robert M. Craig

New content has been added to SAH Archipedia. Sixty Georgia entries written by Robert M. Craig complete a collection of the state’s 100 most representative buildings and sites. SAH’s Charles E. Peterson Fellow, Kelly J. Daviduke, has also contributed an essay and building entries on Schools for the Deaf, 1817–1865.

SAH Archipedia is an authoritative online encyclopedia of the U.S. built environment organized by the Society of Architectural Historians and the University of Virginia Press. It contains histories, photographs, and maps for over 20,000 structures and places. Explore SAH Archipedia at sah-archipedia.org.




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