Thank you for your interest and participation in the EVHS Bartow History Scholar Program. EVHS is pleased to sponsor this voluntary program and partner with our local schools in an effort to preserve Bartow history.
Bartow History Scholar Program Receives Award
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation recognized the BHS program for Excellence in Historic Preservation.
Students and families are encouraged to periodically review historical facts about Bartow County contained on the Tutorial Study Guide page and across the EVHS web site. Participating schools/teachers will draw questions from these factoids and provide optional questions on selected history tests for bonus credit. These questions are designed for bonus credit only and will not penalize the student if they are answered incorrectly.
Intern or volunteer with the Etowah Valley Historical Society
EVHS also welcomes volunteers and student interns from local schools and area colleges or universities. Students may serve as a volunteer in the office or take advantage of exciting internships to earn credit with your school or college. Opportunities include: Office coverage, Library maintenance, Project research, Digital maps, Photography, Event set up, Membership lists, Newsletter, Articles, Archives and more. All internships must be pre-approved with your school or college.
Please join with EVHS and other local county historical societies in gaining a better understanding of our rich Bartow history. For more details email: BHS@evhsonline.org or contact: 770-606-8862.
We would like to acknowledge the following for contributing to this project:
EVHS Bartow History Scholar Committee
|J. B. Tate|
|Dianne Shropshire Mooney|
|Joe Head, Chair|
Contributing individuals and agencies
|Kerry Cronwell, Tellus Museum|
|Bartow History Museum|
|Ken Foster, Retired AP History Cartersville High School|
|Jim Langford, Coosawatte Foundation|
|Gary Ross, Allatoona Community Association|
|Bartow County Schools, Excel Christian Academy and Cartersville City Schools|
|Bartow Geographical Information System Office (GIS)|
|Kennesaw State University Department of GIS|
|Georgia Highlands College|
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