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Mountain Summer By George Fischer
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This book pulls together the travel blog written by the author during the summer of 2008. It is a light read with photos. Lots of historical stuff.
Bear Holler Mountain By Victor Vining
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In a 1930's North Georgia orphanage four children find a old treasure map hidden in a book. They decide to run away to the North Carolina Mountains to find when Spanish Explorers hid it on Bear... More > Holler Mountain. Along the way they find a friend in a Hobo camp, visit a mountain family, meet Little People, a women whom some call a Witch. Read about a Ghost Indian Village and Shadow People. Unknown to them a group of really bad men are following to steal the treasure. It all comes to a head on Bear Holler Mountain.< Less
Bear Holler Mountain By Victor Vining
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In a 1930's North Georgia orphanage four children find a old treasure map hidden in a book. They decide to run away to the North Carolina Mountains to find when Spanish Explorers hid it on Bear... More > Holler Mountain. Along the way they find a friend in a Hobo camp, visit a mountain family, meet Little People, a women whom some call a Witch. Read about a Ghost Indian Village and Shadow People. Unknown to them a group of really bad men are following to steal the treasure. It all comes to a head on Bear Holler Mountain.< Less
Itsapa: the Itza Mayas in North America By Richard Thornton
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This book is the focus of the internationally televised debut of "America Unearthed" on the History Channel. The program ends with stating that this book has turned the history books upside... More > down. It is one of the most remarkable archaeological discoveries ever in North America. All evidence suggests that Itza Maya farmers took refuge here after volcanoes and drought devastated their homeland. Around the year 1000 AD, Native Peoples built at least 200 stone masonry terraces up a 700 feet high mountain slope near the State of Georgia's highest mountain. The book contains 380 color photographs and computer-generated virtual reality images; most by the author. It includes newly discovered information about mining expeditions into the Southeast by the Mayas. Richard Thornton is the national architecture and Native American history columnist for the Examiner, and in 2009 was the architect of Oklahoma's Trail of Tears Memorial in Tulsa. He has studied Mesoamerican architecture in Mexico.< Less
Itsapa: the Itza Mayas in North America By Richard Thornton
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This book has changed history. The international premier of "American Unearthed" on December 21, 2012 proved several of its theories. The Track Rock Terrace Complex is one of the remarkable... More > archaeological discoveries in North America. Around 1000 AD Native Americans built a massive terrace farming complex that rose 700 feet up the steep slopes of a Georgia Mountain. The site covers a half square mile and includes at least 160 masonry retaining walls, plus the stone ruins of buildings, effigy animals and hydrological structures. Also on the site is a dormant volcano fumarole. The Mayas considered such geological features as windows to the deities and afterlife. Creek Indian architec and city planner, Richard Thornton, takes the reader on a heavily illustrated tour thorugh the Native American history of the Southern Highlands. The 200 page book contains 340 original photographs and computer generated virtual reality images.< Less
Sights From a Key West to Springer Mountain Thru-Hike By Ryan Carpenter
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On January 1, 2008, I stood at the most southern point in the lower 48, then started hiking north nearly 1900 miles to Springer Mountain, the start of the Appalachian Trail in Georgia, where I... More > finished on April 16th. Along the way, I took some photos, and I turned some of my favorite ones into this calendar. Each picture in this calendar was taken somewhere along the hike during this 3 1/2 month timespan.< 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
Ancient Roots I: The Indigenous People & Architecture of the Southern Highlands By Richard Thornton
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The author has spent the past three years studying and photographing the Native American settlement sites in the mountains of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina. This beautiful book is the... More > artistic product of his research. It contains 136 full color photographs, virtual reality computer drawings and three dimensional topographic maps - all created by the author. The book includes translations of many "Indian" place names into their original Muskogean or Cherokee form and then into English.< Less
Ancient Roots I: The Indigenous People & Architecture of the Southern Highlands By Richard Thornton
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The author has spent the past three years studying and photographing the Native American settlement sites in the mountains of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina. This beautiful book is the... More > artistic product of his research. It contains 136 full color photographs, virtual reality computer drawings and three dimensional topographic maps - all created by the author. The book includes translations of many "Indian" place names into their original Muskogean or Cherokee form and then into English.< Less
The Gleaners By Sandra Lynn Sparks
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People hear the word "buzzard" and think of something terrible and ugly: This portfolio of twenty prints shows that these amazing birds are nothing of the kind...The photographs were taken... More > in the North Georgia mountains.< Less