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Stories of Georgia By Joel Chandler Harris
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Originally published in 1896, this book illustrates the history of the state of Georgia through a collection of rare stories, unknown to many or now out of print. The narratives are grouped so as to... More > form a series of connecting links in the rise and progess of Georgia. In his Preface, the author states, "It was in this State [Georgia] that some of the most surprising and spectacular scenes of the Revolution took place. In one corner of Georgia those who were fighting for the independence of the republic made their last desperate stand; and if they had surrendered to the odds that faced them, the battle of King's Mountain would never have been fought, Greene's southern campaign would have been crippled, and the struggle for liberty in the south would have ended in smoke. It is to illustrate the larger events that these stories have been written."< Less
Proximity: Selected Free-Verse Poems By Judy Burch
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A collection of free-verse poems by Judy Burch who has lived on a small farm in the North Georgia mountains for several decades. Judy says that her poems are inspired by her family, her friends,... More > nature and real-life situations.< Less
All Around the Farm By Mickey P. Cummings
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"All Around the Farm" by Mickey Cummings is a collection of more than ninety memorable (and often hilarious) stories about the history and activities of his ancestral Cummings clan in... More > decades past, a long-gone era far different from what we know today. Mickey heard most of these stories directly from his grandparents as they all sat around a pot-bellied stove at their home on a large farm in northwestern Alabama. Mickey, who holds degrees in Agriculture and Agricultural Education from the University of Georgia and Clemson University, has worked with the Georgia Cooperative Extension for the past 30 years. He has served as President of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents,a group that totals some 3,600 members. He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hiking, hunting, fly fishing, mountain biking and canoeing.< Less
The Lambert Tapes Cherokee Indian History Volume Three By Barnett Ronald Wilson
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The Lambert Tapes represent a refreshing departure from the numbingly dry and mundane, history books. This text is history in the raw! These stories and accounts have been interpretively transcribed... More > from a series of taped conversations with historian for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Carl Glenn Lambert. You should not be surprised to encounter radically differing views and knowledgably conclusions about certain published, and erroneously accepted accounts of Cherokee history. For example; Carl Lambert was a recognized authority on the Cherokee removal of 1838-39, and the formation of the Reservation at Cherokee, NC. He recites the history of William Thomas’ long years of deals and legal entanglements with the Cherokees, and he relates the true account of the Tsali family’s ordeal during the removal. The author’s intent has been to transcribe and present these views and conclusions in the same spirit and manner that Carl intended.< Less
The Lambert Tapes Cherokee Indian History Volume Three By Barnett Ronald Wilson
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The Lambert Tapes represent a refreshing departure from the numbingly dry and mundane, history books. This text is history in the raw! These stories and accounts have been interpretively transcribed... More > from a series of taped conversations with historian for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Carl Glenn Lambert. You should not be surprised to encounter radically differing views and knowledgably conclusions about certain published, and erroneously accepted accounts of Cherokee history. For example; Carl Lambert was a recognized authority on the Cherokee removal of 1838-39, and the formation of the Reservation at Cherokee, NC. He recites the history of William Thomas’ long years of deals and legal entanglements with the Cherokees, and he relates the true account of the Tsali family’s ordeal during the removal. The author’s intent has been to transcribe and present these views and conclusions in the same spirit and manner that Carl intended.< Less
The Lambert Tapes Cherokee Indian History Volume Three By Barnett Ronald Wilson
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The Lambert Tapes represent a refreshing departure from the numbingly dry and mundane, history books. This text is history in the raw! These stories and accounts have been interpretively transcribed... More > from a series of taped conversations with historian for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Carl Glenn Lambert. You should not be surprised to encounter radically differing views and knowledgably conclusions about certain published, and erroneously accepted accounts of Cherokee history. For example; Carl Lambert was a recognized authority on the Cherokee removal of 1838-39, and the formation of the Reservation at Cherokee, NC. He recites the history of William Thomas’ long years of deals and legal entanglements with the Cherokees, and he relates the true account of the Tsali family’s ordeal during the removal. The author’s intent has been to transcribe and present these views and conclusions in the same spirit and manner that Carl intended.< Less