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The Massie Heritage Center is a place to learn about the history of Savannah, its city plan and architecture, and the people who have lived here for centuries.
The mission of McDuffie Museum is to instill in the citizens of McDuffie County an understanding of their heritage and sense of pride in the history of their community.
The Mervyn H Sterne Library is the major academic research library serving the entire UAB community with a collection of over 1.5 million items and access to 35,000 serial titles. Recently renovated, the Library provides collaborative learning space and a robust learning atmosphere.
Part of the Washington Memorial Library, with a Genealogical and Historical Room that contains more than 39,000 volumes and over 24,000 microforms.
Since its founding, the Midway Museum has been supported by the descendants of the Midway Church members who have provided 18th- and 19th-century family heirlooms, documents, books, genealogical lineages, heirloom furnishings, paintings, and artifacts.
Founded in 1867 and located in Atlanta, Georgia, Morehouse is an academic community dedicated to teaching, scholarship, and service, and the continuing search for truth as a liberating force.
The Morehouse School of Medicine was founded in 1975, as the Medical Education Program (MEP) at Morehouse College, a member institution of the Atlanta University Center. Later, the name was changed to the School of Medicine at Morehouse College, and later still, to the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), when it became a separate independent institution.
The Mountain Regional Library system serves the Counties of Fannin, Towns, and Union. The headquarters is located in Young Harris and there are branches in Blairsville, Blue Ridge, and Hiawassee.
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia's mission is to collect and archive significant contemporary works by artists living and working in the state of Georgia. The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia's web site is http://mocaga.org/
To perpetuate the history, culture, and stories of the Cherokee people, the museum maintains a permanent exhibit, extensive artifact collection, archives, education programs, artist series, and a gift shop, and publishes the Journal of Cherokee Studies.