Historic Teacher’s Monthly Reports Now Online
In early 2018 the Laurens County Library received a $5000 grant from the Digital Library of Georgia to digitize, preserve, and share online hundreds of teacher monthly reports from African-American schools in Laurens County during the 1930s. These records are now available online. Fifty-eight schools are included in this collection! (Click here to read the full press release.)
Help us to find your school!
Please help us to learn more about these schools and the many other schools that have existed in Laurens County so that the library can preserve and share this information with generations to come. If you have information to share, please let us know using the contact button at the bottom of this page.
We have more old school records to organize, digitize, and make accessible online. If you would like to support this project with either your volunteer time or financial support, please let us know using the contact button at the bottom of this page.
About the Heritage Center
The Dublin-Laurens Heritage Center strives to collect, preserve, and make accessible genealogical and historical information that is relevant to residents of the 5-county Oconee Regional Library System, including Laurens, Johnson, Washington, Treutlen and Glascock counties. An emphasis is placed on Georgia and those counties that surrounding our service area. However, sources from other Georgia counties and surrounding states are also included in our collection.