Richmond Hill Historical Society Announces September Lecture. Learn about Fort Pulaski with former Park Ranger, Jamie Niles
WHAT: Lecture and Discussion. Did you know that Fort Pulaski took eighteen years to build, at a cost of over one million dollars between 1829 and 1847? Advanced Union artillery made quick work of it though, breaching its walls from over a mile away in 1862. Fort Pulaski was also a POW camp, a stop on the underground railroad, and the site of one of the earliest known photographs of baseball. Join us for a lecture about this amazing place by RHHS board member and former Fort Pulaski Ranger, Jamie Niles.
WHEN: Thursday, September 7, 2023 at 6:00 PM
WHERE: Richmond Hill History Museum
11460 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, Georgia, 31324
COST: Free for members of the Society, $5 for non-members
MORE INFORMATION: Contact the museum at 912-756-3697 or visit
ABOUT RICHMOND HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Richmond Hill Historical Society (RHHS) is a membership-based, non-profit organization responsible for collecting, preserving, and teaching Richmond Hill, Georgia, history. RHHS operates the Richmond Hill History Museum in the former Henry Ford Kindergarten building. To learn more, visit www.richmondhillhistoricalsociety.com.