Stop by our booth at the Big Red Apple Festival

Going to the Big Red Apple Festival? Stop by our booth near Common Ground and learn about how
Habersham Education & Research is working hard to preserve the rich history of Habersham County.


Watch our latest Video: Harold Jameson - World War II Veteran

Habersham Education & Research had the honor of interviewing Harold Jameson, a U. S. Navy veteran who served in World War II on the U.S.S. Saratoga. Click on the image above to watch his video interview.


Discuss Habersham's History on Our New Facebook Group

Habersham Education & Research recently launched its new Facebook Group called Habersham History and it has become an instant success. Over 500 people so far have joined the history conversation. Join us to learn and share information about Habersham County's rich history. Click here to join in on the conversation.


Cornelia: A Train Town

Our latest documentary, Cornelia: A Train Town is now available on YouTube. This documentary tells the story of how the junction of two train lines gave birth to the City of Cornelia. This documentary is the result of a year-long effort, interviewing over 40 local citizens and regional experts to help tell the story.

For anyone interested in the history of Cornelia as well as a number of related topics such as The Big Red Apple, Hotels in Cornelia, The Tallulah Falls Railroad, Art, Music and Movies inspired by the Cornelia Depot and much more, click on the link below:

How Habersham Education & Research is
Preserving History

Please watch our latest video to learn more about how Habersham Education & Research is working hard to preserve Habersham's rich history.

Digitize Habersham Video

Learn about the Digitize Habersham Project in this informative video

Cornelia: A Train Town

Help Preserve History on Giving Tuesday - Donate Today

This Giving Tuesday, we are asking for your support. Your gift to Habersham Education   Research will allow us to continue preserving Habersham's history.

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Thank you for your support.

Digitize Habersham

Join us to officially launch Digitize Habersham; a web site that will revolutionize the way you research historic information about Habersham County. Click here for more details.

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