Every generation has its pivotal moments that shape collective memory and bind people together.
Twelve historical markers on The Ford Plantation tell a collective story, centuries in the making, about life along the Ogeechee River. Some markers are in the open, others are waiting to be discovered in more obscure locales.
General James E. Oglethorpe was the first to envision a planned community, designed to bring people together. The result was downtown Savannah’s famous squares.
Henry Ford and son Edsel teamed up to ease the burden of farm life 100 years ago.
A brief history of auto and aviation magnate Henry Ford.