Connect to Greensboro history from home with these online resources. Check back for updates and new resources. Is there something you’d like to see here? Send an email to museum [at] greensborohistory.org to let us know.
If you’re looking for things geared toward students and educators, visit greensborohistory.org/discover-learn
Research & Explore
Dive deeper into museum exhibitions with more history and peeks behind the scenes.
Explore over two centuries of digitized documents, newspapers and photographs from GHM Archives and our Triad History partners.
- City Directories (Listings of city businesses and residents from 1879 to 1966)
- Teachers, Textiles & Troops: Digital resources on the history of textiles, education, and military life in Greensboro (Hosted at UNCG Libraries)
- More digital highlights from GHM Archives
- More digital collections at UNCG Libraries
Discover stories from Greensboro history, from neighborhoods to wartime to civil rights.
Watch & Listen
Learn about our the remarkable history and diverse communities of our city, state and nation.
Listen in to the History Notes podcast for conversations about the history of the Gate City and beyond. Museum staff talk to historians about events that shaped life in our city — and to Greensboro’s own history makers.
Participate & Share
Help document history as it happens by sharing experiences, photos and objects. Click here to learn about ways you can contribute.
Learn & Do
Try home-based activities or take part in online programs. If you’re looking for things geared toward students and educators, visit greensborohistory.org/discover-learn
Check out upcoming public programs you can access from home.
- Conversations and special guests associated with Pieces of Now start back in January. Stay tuned!
- Learn the story behind the creation of a Holocaust memorial in Greensboro through a conversation with the people behind it, Read more…
- Author Elizabeth Rosner’s 2017 memoir “Survivor Café: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory” was a finalist for Read more…
Go to https://greensborohistory.org/events/category/online-public-program for more details
More programs and activities coming soon…