Dr. Edward Cashin (center), director of the Center for the Study of Georgia History, has been selected as the 2004 recipient of the Augusta Bar Association’s most prestious award, the Liberty Bell Award. The award is presented annually to a non-lawyer who contributes to the effective functioning of government institutions and fosters a better understanding and appreciation for the role of law.
The association chose Dr. Cashin for the award based on his contribution to area history and involvement in local historic preservation projects, including the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson and the Augusta Canal.
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