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Alumna Katie Fitzhugh active in public education at Wormsloe State Historic Site

December 15, 2020

Architectural History alumna Katie Fitzhugh (M.F.A. 2020) has been working at the Wormsloe State Historic Site near Savannah for over a year, beginning while completing her thesis, which focused on the site. As a ranger at the state park, she focuses on public education. In October she helped organize a scavenger hunt for “Noble Bones,” a witty play on the original owner of the plantation, Noble Jones. An article about the event in the Savannah Morning News, “Where’s Noble Bones? Wormsloe State Historic Sites hosts bone-chilling scavenger hunts in October,” interviewed her and included her in the photo.

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