TELLUS MUSEUM DIRECTOR TO SPEAK ON GEORGIA GOLD RUSH TONIGHT IN ROME

Written by Elizabeth Davis. Posted in News & Weather

Jose Santamaria, Executive Director of the Tellus Science Museum located in Cartersville, will speak in Rome tonight about the Gold Rush in Georgia.  His lecture will be held at 7 pm at the Rome-Floyd County Library, as part of the monthly meeting of the Rome, Georgia Mineral Society, according to a media release from Tellus.

In addition to sharing history about Georgia’s gold rush, Santamaria will also have a gold nugget specimen from Georgia to show attendees.  Admission to the lecture is free; the public is invited to attend.

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