Contains 16 Results:
Andrews, Daniel Marshall.
De Soto’s Route from Cofitachequi in Georgia to Cosa in Alabama.
Lancaster: The New Era Printing Company, 1917.
Reprinted from American Anthropologist, Vol.XIX, No.1, 1917.
Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, Georgia History Publications Collection, 2018.
The Daily Georgian, September 11, 1839.
Bulloch, William H., ed.
Valdosta, Georgia: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, Georgia Publications Collection, 2018.
Book 3: Hernando De Soto: The Adventures Encountered And The Route Pursued By The Adelanto During His March Through The Territory Embraced Within The Present Geographical Limits Of The State Of Georgia, 1880
Jones, Charles C, Jr., "Hernando De Soto: The Adventures Encountered And The Route Pursued By The Adelanto During His March Through The Territory Embraced Within The Present Geographical Limits Of The State Of Georgia".
Savannah: J. H. Estill, Morning News Steam Printing House, 1880.
Watson's Magazine, Vol.XXII No.05, March 1916.
Thos E. Watson, ed., Thomson, Georgia:
Jeffersonian Publishing Company, 1916.
Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, Georgia Publications Collection, 2018.
Watkins, who was a well-known scholar of American and Southern Literature at Emory University, wrote this article to point out the multitude of factual errors critics made in talking about Faulkner's works. Some of this is very funny.
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Book 7: Joel Chandler Harris, Creator of "Uncle Remus": His Birth and Early Years in Eatonton and Putnam County, Georgia, no date
Rather informal biography of Joel Chandler Harris seems to have been prepared for the Harris Museum in Eatonton by Harris' daughter-in-law.
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Compilation of information on the state of Georgia ca. 1958.
The booklet is undated and unpaginated.
1958 is the latest year mentioned, so it it from around that time. (description from seller
Signed with greeting (not inscribed) on cover.
Twenty-six page offprint of thoughtful essay by well-known UGA historian Coulter.
In wraps, signed on front, upper center. (description by seller)
Old state-produced booklet on Georgia birds aimed at public schools. Rather well done. (description by seller)
Issued by the State Board of Game and Fish
D. M Byrd - Chairman
Charles S. Arnow, J.E. Harden
Henry F. Branham, Director Junior Dept.
Peter S. Twitty, Commissioner
History of Darien Georgia and McIntosh County.
Special emphasis on Colonial history and important battles fought with the Spanish by Scots settlers.
Offprint of newspaper article with some family information laid in.
Signed on the ffep by Lewis. (description by seller)
Recipes from Andy's Trout Farm, a popular tourist locale in the Norteast Georgia mountains near Dillard.
Relatively scarce cook book.
Compiled by Becky Cope (description by seller)