Learn About the Wiregrass Archives at TROY
TROY-Dothan Campus created The Wiregrass Archives in 2002 to identify, preserve, and make available to researchers the records and papers of enduring value that document the history and development of the Wiregrass region of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
This is a much neglected area of historical research and publication; indeed, even state history textbooks barely mention the region. Collecting such documents will assist scholars in compiling the history of this region which will enlighten our view of the United States and of world history as a whole.
The Wiregrass Archives also serves as the TROY-Dothan Campus Archives, preserving the records that form the TROY-Dothan Campus institutional memory.
ACCESS TO THE COLLECTIONS
Online Collection Guides and Inventories at The Wiregrass Archives
Archives of TROY-Dothan Campus
[Contact Registrar for student records]
[The Wiregrass Archives provides access to its collections through the catalog and the OCLC database (ask your librarian)]
This is an ongoing initiative of the Wiregrass Archives to document the experiences
of people in thirty counties of southeast Alabama, southwest Georgia, and northwest
Florida as they grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic, stay-at-home orders, "social
distancing" measures, and re-openings in 2020 and beyond.
To participate in the Project or discuss it or anything concerning the Wiregrass Archives, contact archives director Dr. Marty Olliff at firstname.lastname@example.org.