Programs & Projects

2008-2009 Programs and Projects That Support our Mission

  • Completion of $1.1 million conservation project for the Andrew Low House, partially funded by a Save America’s Treasures Grant
  • Partnered with the GA Trust to provide 2 scholarships to historic preservation graduate students
  • Sponsorship of high school essay contests on American history subjects; four Georgia winners are sent to Washington for the Congressional Seminars
  • 6th-8th graders participated in a “My Place” project designed to develop patriotism through a creative project
  • Participated in naturalization ceremonies, taking pictures of new citizens
  • Athens, Columbus, Rome, Thomasville and Waycross town committees involved in cemetery projects
  • Care packages sent to our service men and women overseas as well as to GA veterans
  • Americus Town Committee partnered with the Andersonville Guild to restore the Drummer Boy Museum
  • Moultrie Town Committee produced 2 educational DVD’s — one about Indian George and one about the historic Thigpen Trail

The Georgia Logo

Read more about the new state and national society logos in the Members section.

The Georgia Society

The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Georgia
Headquarters is located at
319 Abercorn Street
Savannah Georgia 31401
(912) 238-3263 FAX: 912-238-3264

Georgia Society Pin

The official pin of the Georgia Society is the flower of the Franklinia alatamaha tree. For more information or to download an order form, see the "Forms" section.