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Immerse students in the what
and when of Georgia History

A Journey through the History of Georgia

Engage students in the story of your great state in a compelling new way!

Aligned to the GSE and the Five Themes of Geography

Mapping Georgia History has flexibility built in. Use the program as a foundation or customize it to fit your curriculum.

Your students will discover relationships and patterns between the people and places of Georgia history by building a chronological foundation of key events, looking for causes and effects, and analyzing maps, graphs, photos, and text.

Build History, Geography, and Interdisciplinary Skills

The Mapping Georgia History program contextualizes history for greater retention. Each unit in the teacher’s guide starts off with an activity focused specifically on using primary sources.

Through the hands-on lessons, students build map- and graph-reading skills alongside interdisciplinary skills such as critical thinking, writing, and communication. Students also work collaboratively on mapping activities.

A Look Inside

Support your secondary history classroom with the Mapping Georgia History program, which includes

  • a comprehensive teacher’s guide with reproducible lessons;
  • 30 student copies of the Atlas of Georgia History;
  • 15 markable activity maps designed for collaborative learning; and
  • 5-year digital access through Nystrom World.

Flexible Formats

Mapping Georgia History is also available as a digital mapping program. Use it alongside the physical program or on its own. The interactive digital mapping activities can be assigned, tracked, and graded through one interface on Nystrom World.

Using print and digital together offers teachers flexibility in delivery and students the opportunity to engage with content in multiple formats.

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“Incorporating hands-on activities with maps can help students ground themselves in a specific location when discussing geography or history. This forms a connection that is tangible, experiential, and therefore memorable.”
Dr. Aaron P. Willis
Chief Learning Officer, Social Studies School Service

Nystrom Hands-on Mapping Programs


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