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The Hidden History of Richmond Hill 

When: Thu., Jan. 8, 7 p.m. 2015
Known for its many ties to industrialist Henry Ford, Richmond Hill, Ga., has a rich, deep history that is the envy of any city on the coast. From Native Americans and European explorers to rice planters, enslaved African Americans, Civil War battles and amazing 20th century renaissance, the entire lower Bryan County area is a treasure trove full of hidden history. Bonus features include never before seen video footage of life in Richmond Hill during the Henry Ford era (lettuce fields, sawmill, Butler's store, Ways Consolidated School).

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