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June 12, 2016

The Bulloch County Historical Society published scores of monographs on a wide range of subjects of interest to Society members and the general public. Many of these publications go back to the 1970’s and 1980’s and have long-since been out-of-print and no longer acces...

The Bulloch County Historical Society is in the process of gathering factual information to be published in a book about the 1904 Hodges family murders and the lynching of Paul Reed and Will Cato, two of the most horrible episodes in Bulloch history.

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August 4, 2014

Recently a portion of Fair Road was renamed for a former mayor of Statesboro. The newly named McDougald Memorial Parkway honors former Mayor John Alexander McDougald (1864-1926) who served first as a City Council member from 1908 through 1910, and then as mayor in 1911...

The latest historical marker erected by the Bulloch County Historical Society has two sides: one honoring the Ridgon Cemetery; the other, commemorating Rigdon’s Mill. As the dedication ceremony Thursday revealed, there could be a third, marking their Irish connections.


Take a drive down South Main Street in Statesboro and you will notice the picturesque six-foot-tall “Bulloch County Family Tree” eagle sculpture perched on a colorful walnut tree outside the Statesboro Regional Library. Created by Scott Foxx, a graduate student in the...

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