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In 1904, two years after Martha Berry founded her school in the foothills of Northwest Georgia, this visionary Georgia Daughter spoke about her work to the assembled Daughters at Continental Congress in Washington. She told about the young people who desperately needed the education of head, heart, and hands that only her school could provide—and who without the support of Daughters and others would be unable to have it. After her presentation Berry became the first school approved by the DAR for support. Now, more than a century later, Berry College remains the school with the longest association with the DAR.  

Saturday, October 14 at 10:00am to 12:00pm

Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum, Oak Hill-Home

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Oak Hill and Martha Berry Museum

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