Gwinnett Sources

Button Gwinnett Day, April 11, 2019, at Georgia Gwinnett College

The Immigrant Experience in Gwinnett

Panelists: Aarti Shagal, David Kim, PhD & Pierluigi Mancini, PhD ; Moderated by Young Shim, PhD Immigrant Professionals in Gwinnett session Time 1:13:22

Panelists: Adolfo Trana, Farida Nurani, & Anand Mehta; Moderated by Ellen Rafshoon, PhD Religious Institutions and Immigrant Communities in Gwinnett session Time 1:05:16

Panelists: Nicole Hendrickson, Farooq Mughal & Jordyne Krumroy ; Moderated by Paul Grant, PhD Government Outreach to Immigrant Communities in Gwinnett session Time 1:10:08

Master of Ceremonies: Homero Gonzalez; Student Cultural Entertainments session Time 26:01

Panelists: Olga Kane & Nury Crawford; Moderator Joanne Harris, PhD. Immigrant Authors session, co-sponsored by Gwinnett County Public Library System and Kaufman Library at Georgia Gwinnett College. Time 1:06:33

2018-2019 Gwinnett Historical Society Speaker Events

November 12, 2018. Jim Cofer, “200 Years of Snellville History.”

September 17, 2018. Eli Stancil, “Railroads and New Communities.” Advance to Time 8:33 for start of program.

July 16, 2018. Gene Ramsey, “Tales from the Edge (of Gwinnett County).” Advance to Time 8:25 for start of program.

Button Gwinnett Day, April 12, 2018, at Georgia Gwinnett College

The 1980s as a Turning Point for Gwinnett

Brooks Coleman, “Education  in Gwinnett County in the 1980s and Beyond.”

Jason West, “Button Gwinnett Then and Now.”

Button Gwinnett Day Awards Luncheon. Gwinnett Commission Chair, Charlotte Nash, accepts Historic Preservation Award from Georgia Gwinnett College on behalf of Gwinnett County.

Diane White, PhD; Katie Hart Smith, RN, MBA; Pam Garland, RN; Lloyd Hofer, MD;  Greg Lang, MD; Round Table Discussion on  “Healthcare in Gwinnett County in the 1980s and Beyond.”

2017-2018 Gwinnett Historical Society Speaker Events

March 9, 2018. Elliot Brack,”366 Facts about Gwinnett.”

January 22, 2018 at 7 PM, Jim D’Angelo, PhD “Pre-Gwinnett: An Historical Perspective on the Early Settlers and Indians-in-their-midst Prior to 1818, with Particular Attention to Fort Daniel & Hog Mountain.” starts at 9:49 on counter.

November 13, 2017 at 7 PM, Gene Ramsey, “World War 1’s Impact on Gwinnett County.” starts at 10:15 on the counter.

September 18, 2017 at 7 PM, Michael Gagnon, PhD “Slavery in Gwinnett County.” starts at 9:38 on counter.

August 2017, at 7 PM, Brad Quinlin “Union Soldiers from Georgia and Gwinnett County.” starts at 4:00 on counter.

March 2017. Rachel Bronnum, Bruce Fowler & Mary Long, “The Lawrenceville Campground.”