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Rev. George White

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Baldwin, Jasper and Putnam Counties are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this spiral-bound booklet reprinted from the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia, and another hard-to find book: Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. This NEW 27 Page Booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Past and/or present area communities include: (Not necessarily named in the booklet.) Baldwin -- Hardwick, Milledgeville, Scottsborough, Fort Wilkinson Jasper -- Monticello, Hillsboro, Mansfield, Round Oak, Shady Dale Putnam -- Eatonton The excerpt from White's book concerns the development of this area up to its publication date, while excerpts from the WPA book, offer a nostalgic glimpse from a 1940 vantage point, including historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: the State House, the Penitentiary and the State Lunatic Asylum; Midway, the seat of Oglethorpe University; Scottsborough and Fort Wilkinson; Instances of Longevity; census statistics; Early settlers and prominent citizens; Miscellaneous items from old Milledgeville papers, including a romantic tale of Indian captivity; the planned capital and its street names; Milledgeville homes; DeSoto site; Site of Fort Fidius; Georgia State College for Women; the Old Executive Mansion and other homes; the Milledgeville Cemetery; the Old Darien Bank, the Old Capitol (Georgia Military College);the "Ordinance of Secession" and it's "repeal" by Sherman's troops; the Eatonton Cotton Factory; Extract from the Census of 1850; General David Adams campaign against the Indians; Indian Eagle Mound and a 4-H camp; Joel Chandler Harris, author of the Uncle Remus stories; Briar Patch Farms; and other bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000004

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in six Georgia counties are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 27 Page Spiral-bound Booklet reprinted from White's Historical Collections of Georgia, and another hard-to find book: Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. This booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. Four of the counties were included by name in White's book: Columbia, Hancock, Warren, and Washington. The other two were made later, by whittling down the older counties. They include: Glascock, made from Warren in 1857, and McDuffie, made from Columbia and Warren in 1870. Past and/or present area communities include: (Some of these are not named in the booklet. *County Seat ) Columbia -- *Appling, Augusta, Evans, Grovetown, Harlem, Wrightsborough, Raysville Glascock -- Edge Hill, Gibson, Mitchell Hancock -- Mayfield, *Sparta, Powelton, Mount Zion McDuffie -- Boneville, Dearing, *Thomson Warren -- Camak, Jewell, Mesena, Norwood, *Warrenton, Mayfield, Double Wells Washington -- Davisboro, Deepstep, Harrison, Oconee, Riddleville, *Sandersville, Tennille and Warthen The excerpt from White's book concerns the development of this area up to its publication date, while excerpts from the WPA book, offer a nostalgic glimpse from a mid-20th Century vantage point, including historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics from the older book are: Early Settlers; Physical Features; Agriculture; Minerals; Industries, including the Hancock Mfg. Co., and others; Churches; 1850 Census Extracts; Instances of Longevity; Revolutionary patriots, including Henry Graybill, Major Nicholas Curry, Captain Thomas Cobb, David Hodge (who married at 102), Col. William Few (extensive biography), and others; a list of officers in Lt.-Col. Samuel Alexander's Regiment in 1797; the humorous poem "The Battle of the Kegs" ; Indian Mounds; a 3600 pound jury; Early Grand Jurors; Tales of Indian attacks; Prominent Citizens, including David Bushnell (Dr. Bush), Col. Daniel Appling, and others; List of citizens loyal to the Crown; Stone that Cures Snakebite and other bits of history and trivia. The WPA book mentions the old Kiokee Church (1772), the Anabaptists, Thomas E. Watson and Hickory Hill, Middlebrooks House and the Sparta Female academy, the Terrell House, the Harold Rountree House, Mount Zion Methodist Church, Mount Zion Academy, the Baptist Church in Powelton, the McGregor House and the W.W. Pilcher House, both in Warrenton, and more. Seller Inventory # 000015

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell. Soft cover. Condition: New. No Jacket. Early days in Clarke County, GA, including the present or past communities of Athens, Farmington, Salem, Watkinsville, Winterville and part of Bogart, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 28 page booklet, reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The spiral-bound booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading.A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color cover. The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until the publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: History of the University of Georgia, the names of early settlers; population breakdown of the 1850 census; early manufacturers, including Athens Manufacturing Company, Princeton Manufacturing Co., Mars Hill Factory, Georgia Factory, Pioneer Paper Mill and Watkinsville Tanning Co.; Distinguished Men -- Rev Hope Hull, Rev. Moses Waddel, president of Franklin College 1819 to 1829, Judge Joseph Henry Lumpkin, Gen. David Meriwether, Revolutionary War veteran, Josiah Meigs, and others; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. In the WPA section, there is additional background on the University, a map of Athens and a guide to points of interests. Besides the campus highlights, sites include the Double-Barreled Cannon, and the homes of Howell Cobb, Gen. T.R.R. Cobb, Joseph Henry Lumpkin, James Camak, Benjamin H. Hill, Henry Grady and others. Seller Inventory # 000003

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Rev. George White

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City, 1854. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. SEVEN COUNTIES IN CENTRAL GEORGIA! Early days in seven central Georgia counties, east and southeast of Atlanta, are recalled thru a mix of colorful tales & factual data in this NEW 29 Page Spiral-bound Booklet reprinted from the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia, and another hard-to find book: Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. Only five of the counties were included in White's 1854 book: Butts, Gwinnett, Henry, Newton and Walton, since the other two didn't exist at that time. Clayton was formed in 1858 from Fayette and Henry counties; Rockdale, in 1870 from Henry and Newton counties. Past and/or present area communities include: (Not all of these are named in the booklet. *County Seat ) Butts -- Dublin, Flovilla, *Jackson, Jenkinsburg, Lofton's Store; Gwinnett -- Auburn (part), Berkeley Lake, Braselton (part), Buford, Cains, Choice's Store, Dacula, Duluth, Grayson, *Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Loganville, Norcross, Rest Haven (part), Norcross, Orrsville, Pinckneyville, Snellville, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Yellow River; Henry -- Cotton River, Double Cabins, Hale's Store, Hampton, Hollinsworth's Store, Locust Grove, *McDonough, Pittsfield, Stockbridge, White House; Newton -- *Covington, Mansfield, Newborn, Oxford, Porterdale, Sandtown, Oak Hill; Rockdale -- *Conyers, Lithonia; Clayton -- College Park (part), Conley, Ellenwood, Forest Park, Fort Gillem, *Jonesboro, Lake City, Lovejoy, Morrow, Rex, Riverdale; Walton -- Between, Good Hope, Jersey, Loganville (part), *Monroe, Social Circle (part), Walnut Grove. The excerpts from White's book concerns the development of this area until shortly before its publication date in 1854, while excerpts from the 1940 WPA book, offer a nostalgic glimpse from a mid-20th Century vantage point, including historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics are: Early Settlers; Physical Features; Agriculture; Minerals; Industries; 1850 Census Extracts; Early Grand Jurors; Instances of Longevity; Murder; Indian Mounds; a Monument in Lawrenceville to slain soldiers; Southern Masonic Female College, Georgia Conference Manual Labor School, Emory College and Emory Junior College; Rev. James Osgood Andrew, the slavery issue and a split in the church; Lucius Q.C. Lamar; the Battle of Jack's Creek; Notable 19th Century homes; Future Farmers of America Camps; Channing Cope's Yellow River Farm radio program; Trappist Monastery; a Cork Tree; Lloyd Shoal Dam; Holiness Campground, Creek treaties and Indian Springs State Park; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000450

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Rev. George White

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City, 1854. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in five counties in Northern Georgia are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 31 Page Spiral-bound Booklet reprinted from White's Historical Collections of Georgia, and another hard-to find book: Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. This booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. Only four of the counties were included by name in White's 1854 book: Greene, Morgan, Oglethorpe and Taliferro. The fifth, Oconee wasn't formed until 1875, when it was taken from Clarke County. Past and/or present area communities include: (Some of these are not named in the booklet. *County Seat ) Greene -- *Greensboro (Greenesborough), Penfield, Siloam, Union Point, White Plains, Woodville. Morgan -- Bostwick, Buckhead (Buck Head), High Shoals, *Madison, Rutledge, Rebohothville, Wellington Oconee -- Bishop, Bogart, Farmington, North High Shoals, *Watkinsville Oglethorpe -- Arnoldsville, Bairdstown, Bowling Green, Crawford, *Lexington, Maxeys, Stephens, Woodstock Taliferro -- *Crawfordville, Raytown, Sharon The excerpt from White's book concerns the development of this area up to its publication date, while excerpts from the WPA book, offer a nostalgic glimpse from a mid-20th Century vantage point, including historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics from the older book are: Early Settlers; Physical Features; Agriculture; Industries, including the Madison Steam Mill Company, Scull Shoals Mfg. Co, and others:Educational Facilities; Churches; 1850 Census Extracts; Instances of Longevity; Early Grand Jurors; several Indian confrontations; Prominent Citizens, including the Alexander Stephens family, Congressman William C. Dawson (picture), Secretary of the Treasury William Harris Crawford, and others; Muster-Roll of a Greene County Regiment; an early school teacher with odd ideas, and other bits of history and trivia. The WPA book is mentions the Lumpkin House, the Presbyterian Church in Lexington, and the George Gilmer home; Crawford; Cherokee Corner; the Southern Piedmont Conservation Experiement Station, the Eagle Hotel in Watkinsville; the Burney Home, Snowhill and the Braswell Monument in Madison; Alexander H. Stephens Memorial State Park and Liberty Hall in Crawfordville; Jefferson Hall; Buffalo Lick; Union Point; Hawthorn Heights; Redman Thornton House; Bethesda Baptist Church; Mercer Institute in Penfield; Cobb-Dawson House in Greensboro; Greene County Courthouse and more. Seller Inventory # 000509

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. The early days in Bibb County and Jones County, Georgia which today includes the communities of Macon, Gray, Hadock, Huber and Lizella, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this spiral bound booklet reprinted primarily from two rare books: the Rev. George White's "Historical Collections of Georgia" and "Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside", a WPA publication. The NEW 34 page booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Early Settlers, Residents who lived past 80; Notable citizens, including Judge Christopher Strong, the Rev. Seneca Bragg, and the Hon. Eugenius A. Nesvit (2 page bio); two Jones County Revolutionary War soldiers: Benjamin Reynolds and John Lamar; Educational Institutions; a description of Rose Hill Cemetery; Findley's Foundry and Nesbet & Levy's Ocmulgee Foundry and other industries; Indian Mounds; Fort Hawkins; Macon in the Civil War; the Farmers' Market; a map of Macon and Points of Interest -- the Citizens and Southern National Bank, the Municipal Auditorium, Wesleyan Fine Arts Conservatory, Washington Memorial Library, Mercer University, the Home of Sidney Lanier; the City Hall, the Johnston (Hay) House, the Ralph Small House, etc.; a trial in Jones County involving impersonation; the Hitchiti Experimental Forest; the Agriculture crisis and the boll weevil; the Blount House with an "eyebrow" window and a long spiral staircase, near Haddock; the Clinton Methodist Church, Georgia Baptist College; Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge with 140 species of birds; 1850 Census Statistics; and other bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000005

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the Georgia counties of Bulloch, Effingham, and Screven are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 24 Page Booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The spiral-bound booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Past and/or present area communities include: (Not necessarily named in the booklet.) Bulloch -- Statesborough Effingham County -- Springfield, Ebenezer, Whitesville, Abercorn Screven County --Sylvana, Jacksonborough, Mill Haven, Paramore Hill, Hudson's Ferry Jenkins County (formed in 1905 from Bulloch, Screven and Burke) --Millen, Perkins The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Early Settlers for all 3 counties; Extract from the Census of 1850 (Screven and Bulloch); a list of early Bulloch Grand Jurors; Bio of Colonel Daniel McGirth, Revolutionary figure, and his horse the Gray Goose; the settlement of Ebenezer by Salzburgers and their pastor, the Rev. John Martin Bolzius; an extract of the Journals of the first Salzburgers journey from Dover to Ebenezer; Revolutionary Documents of Effingham County with names of signers; Brief Bio of John Abbot, who studied Georgian insects; an colorful Revolutional War tale "possibly" involving one Michael Doherty of Screven ; the battle at Briar Creek on March 1779; Georgia State Teacher's College; old Jerusalem Church at site of New Ebenezer; the Goshen Methodist Church; site of estate of Gen. Nathaniel Greene where Eli Whitney, aided by Mrs. Greene, invented the cotton gin; and other bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000010

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the Georgia counties of Elbert, Hart, Lincoln and Wilkes are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this spiral-bound booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The NEW 36 page booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. Past and/or present area communities include: (Not necessarily named in the booklet.) Elbert - Bowman, Dewy Rose, Elberton (co. seat), Ruckersville, Middleton, Petersburg. Hart -- Bowersville, Canon (part), Hartwell (co. seat), Royston (part). Lincoln -- Goshen, Leathersville, Lincolnton (co. seat), Lisbon. Wilkes -- Danburg, Philomath, Royle, Tignall, Washington (co. seat) The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Early Settlers; Physical features; 1850 Census Extract; Ancient Mound; Instances of Longevity, Indian attacks, rescues and escapes; colorful tales two remarkable women during the Revolutionary War period -- Nancy Hart, who captured Tories with vittles and soap, and Hannah Clarke, wife of General Elijah Clarke; Prominent citizens, including Captain James Jack, the Rev. William Davis, Judge Charles Tait, Thomas W. Murray, the Dooly family, the Rucker family, Colonel John Graves, Colonel Nicholas Long, the Rev. Jesse Mercer, Duncan G. Campbell, General Elijah Clarke, General Samuel Blackburn, Mrs. Sarah Hillhouse (first woman newspaper editor in the South), Eliza Frances Andrews (author of War Time Diary of a Georgia Girl), and others; the Rev. Beverly Allen's flight from justice; Battle of Kettle Creek (Revolutionary War); Gen. Clarke's dispute with Governor Matthews; the Shockley apple and other agriculture items; old houses in Elberton and Washington, Smyrna Church; Eli Whitney Workshop, Heard's Fort; Colonel Earle Norman's Plan; Gen. Robert Augustus Toombs, a life-long rebel; a brief bio of Samuel Elbert, and many other interesting bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000006

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Liberty County, GA, (formerly St. John's Parish) including the present and/or past communities of Dorchester, Flemington, Fort Stewart, Gumbranch, Hinesville, Midway, Riceboro (Richborough), Sunbury, and Walthourville, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 37 page spiral bound booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Sunbury, site of a Revolutionary War fort; 1850 Census statistics; Movement of congregation from Europe to New England to Carolina to Georgia (1630-1752); Names of Early Settlers; Extracts from Medway Church concerning Indian troubles, the building of a fort; French privateers, etc.; history of the church -- its buildings and its pastors; independent support for the Revolution leading to county's name change; Revolutionary skirmishes and incidents and correspondence pertaining to such; More Indian troubles; a letter from President Washington; the first Superior Court held in Liberty County (1783) with names of grand jurors; brief bios of Rev William McWhir, Rev. Moses Allen, Benjamin Baker, and others, and a look at Major John Jones's exciting adventures and letters to his wife during the American Revolution; a reward for Robert Sallette's head and other colorful tales of this patriot; Site of the Hermitage, Silk Hope Plantation; Barbour Lathrop Plant Introduction Garden; Ways, a model community developed by Henry Ford; Site of the King's Ferry Revolutionary Engagement; Freedmen's Grove; Sea Shells on Colonel's Island, St. Catherines Island, and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000008

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Columbus, GA, and the five county area of Muscogee, Harris, Talbot, Chattahoochee and Marion, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this spiral-bound booklet, reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The NEW 27 page booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A sheet of vinyl protects the 3-color front cover. Past and/or present area communities include: (Not necessarily named in the booklet.) Chattahoochee: Cusseta Harris: Hamilton, Cataula, Ellerslie, Pine Mountain, Pine Mountain Valley, Shiloh, Waverly Hall and West Point (part) Marion: Buena Vista and Tazewell Muscogee: Columbus, Bibb City, Fort Benning, Fortson, Midland and Upatoi Talbot: Talbotton, Box Springs, Geneva, Junction City, Juniper, Manchester (part), and Woodland The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Physical features; the Female Asylum (for orphans); 1850 Census Statistics; The Cotton Gin Factory, Eagle Mills, Rock Island Paper Mill and other businesses; a Legend of "Lover's Leap"; the Muscogee Indian Tribe; ecomomic growth of Columbus, Transportation and Water Power; Columbus during the Civil War; City Government; Agriculture; 1940 map of the city of Columbus, and Points of Interest including the First National Bank, the Pease House, the Oglethorpe Marker, the Centennial Cotton Gin Plant, the Lummus Cotton Gin Company, the Tom Huston Peanut Company, the County Courthouse with the "brass salute gun", Church Square, the Lion House, the Peabody House, the Mott House, the Fontaine House, and the Columbus Iron Works; a small 1940 mileage map of the state and other bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000011

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Glynn County and McIntosh County, Georgia, which include the past and/or present communities of Brunswick, Darien, Frederica, Jekyll Island, Meridian, Saint Simons Island, Sapelo Island, Sea Island, Townsend and Volona are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this New 47 page spiral-bound booklet reprinted primarily from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the 3-color front cover. The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Physical features, General Oglethorpe's detailed account of the Battle with the Spanish at St. Simon on July 7, 1742; Revolutionary War battle in which 3 British ships were captured; an account of an Indian attack; Bio of John Couper; Colorful Bio of Captain Rory McIntosh, the "Quixote of Georgia"; 1850 Census Statistics for McIntosh County; Instances of Longevity; the McIntosh family, involving a duel, and an imprisonment; Signers of the Darien Resolution for Independence; Site of Cedar Hill, estate of Gen. Daniel Stewart; Tabby Ruins; Blackbeard's Island; Settlement of Darien; Highlander Monument; the Altamaha River; the Huston House on Butler Island; Boys Estate, Georgia (patterned after Boys Town, Nebraska); the site of Hopeton plantation; U.S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station at Glynco; Hercules Naval Stores Plant at Brunswick; Jekyll Island State Park; Crooked River State Park; Gascoigne Bluff; Hamilton Plantation; Bloody Marsh Battlefield; Ruins of Fort Frederica; the Salzburger Village, where the peach was nurtured; and other bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000007

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in nine counties in the central area of Western Georgia -- Carroll, Coweta, Fayette, Heard, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup and Upson -- are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 57 Page Spiral-bound Booklet reprinted from White's Historical Collections of Georgia, and another hard-to find book: Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. This booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. Past and/or present area communities include: (Some of these are not named in the booklet. *County Seat ) Carroll -- Bowdon, Bowdon Junction, Bremen (part), *Carrollton, Mount Zion, Roopville, Temple, Villa Rica (part), Whitesburg Coweta -- Corinth (part), Grantville, Haralson (part), Moreland, *Newnan, Palmetto (part), Raymond, Sargent, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Turin Fayette -- Brooks, *Fayetteville, Inman, Peachtree City, Tyrone, Woolsey Heard -- Centralhatchee, Corinth (part), Ephesus, *Franklin, Glenn Meriwether -- Alvaton, Gay, *Greenville (Greeneville), Flat Shoals, Haralson (part), Lone Oak, Luthersville, Manchester (part), Sandtown, Stovall, Warm Springs, Woodbury Pike -- Barnesville, Concord, Liberty Hill, Meansville, Milner, Molena, Williamson, *Zebulon Spalding -- Experiment, *Griffin, Orchard Hill, Sunny Side Troup -- Harrisonville, Hogansville, *La Grange, Long Cane, Mountville, Troup Factory, West Point (part) Upson -- Double Bridges, Logtown, Hootensville, The Rock, *Thomaston, Yatesville The excerpt from White's book concerns the development of this area up to its publication date in 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, offer a nostalgic glimpse from a mid-20th Century vantage point, including historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics from the older book are: Early Settlers, Physical Features, Agriculture, Industries, Transportation Systems, 1850 Census Extracts, Instances of Longevity; Early Grand Jurors; Gold and other minerals; Letter from General William McIntosh's two wives upon his death in 1825; Brief bios of Allen Gay, Samuel Parsons, and General David Dickson -- Revolutionary War veterans, the Rev. Dabney Jones -- champion of temperance, Hiram Warner and Edward Young Hill --judges, Thomas Spalding, Hugh Anderson Haralson and George Carey, statesmen, the Rev. John Milner and the Rev. William Moseley; Song about "Captain Garmany's Fight" during the Creek war; Remarkable story of Austin Dabney, a mulatto, wounded at the battle of Kettle Creek; the Synodical Female College (illustrated), La Grange Female College (illustrated), and other educational facilities; The Burnt Village, a tale of the Indian Wars; The Thundering Spring; and other bits of history and trivia. Included from the WPA book is a tour following US 29 from Atlanta to the Alabama border, including stops at the Hettie Jane Dunaway Gardens, Newnan, Hogansville, LaGrange (including the George Heard House, Bellevue -- home of Benjamin H. Hill, LaGrange College, and Callaway Mill Community), Cannonville Demonstration Project, and West Point (including the Griggs House--site of the Battle of West Point); a tour through Zebulon, Silvertown, and Thomastown; a tour through the commercial center of Carrollton, Roopville, Franklin, the Ida Cason Gardens, King's Gap Village, Pine Mountain Rural Community, Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park, Warm Springs Foundation and the Little White House, and the Beginning of the March of Dimes. Seller Inventory # 000016

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Seven Counties of Northwest Georgia are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 50 Page Spiral-bound Booklet reprinted from White's Historical Collections of Georgia, and another hard-to find book: Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. This booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the three-color front cover. Past and/or present area communities include: ( Some of these are not named in the booklet. *County Seat) BARTOW (formerly Cass County) -- Adairsville, *Cartersville , Cassville, Emerson, Euharlee, Kingston, Rydal, Taylorsville (part), White; CATOOSA -- Fort Oglethorpe (part), Graysville, *Ringgold (originally in Walker County), Rossville; CHATTOOGA -- Cloudland, Lyerly, Menlo, *Summerville, Trion; DADE -- Rising Fawn, *Trenton, Wildwood; FLOYD -- Armuchee, Cave Spring, Coosa, DeSota, Hillsborough, Lindale, Mount Berry, *Rome, Shannon, Silver Creek; GORDON -- *Calhoun, Fairmount, New Echota, Oakman, Oostenaula, Oothcologa, Plainville, Ranger, Resaca, Siloquoy, Sugar Valley; WALKER -- Chickamauga, Flintstone, Fort Oglethorpe (part), *LaFayette, Lookout Mountain, Rock Spring, Rossville. The excerpt from White's book concerns the development of this area up to its publication date, while excerpts from the WPA book, offer a nostalgic glimpse from a mid-20th Century vantage point, including historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics included from the older book are: Early Settlers, Physical Features, Agriculture, Industries, Transportation Systems, 1850 Census Extracts, Instances of Longevity; the Cherokee Alphabet, invented by Sequoia (George Guess); DeSoto's travels in Floyd County; Ancient Mounds and a Saltpetre Cave in Bartow County and Wilson's Cave in Walker County; Old Indian Towns; Where names came from; Deaf and Dumb Asylum in Rome; Battle between Whites and Indians in 1793 near Rome; Cave Spring, Medicinal Springs, Catoosa Springs and others; Bio of William Washington Gordon; First Grand Jurors of Gordon County; a Wild Indian Ballgame, and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Included from the WPA book is a tour following US 41, known as the Dixie Highway, from the Tennessee Line to Allatoona Village. This includes the towns of Ringgold, Tunnel Hill, Dalton (which is in Whitefield County), Resaca, the Oostanaula River, a Statue of Sequoyah, Calhoun, Adairsville, Barnsley Gardens, Cartersville, Friendship Monument (a tribute to "friends and creditors"), Allatoona Dam and Reservoir, Valley View and In The Valley estates, Corra Harris Memorial Chapel (honoring the authoress), Etowah River and Emerson; a tour following US 27 through LaFayette, Trion, Summerville, Berry Schools including Martha Berry School for Girls and Mount Berry School for Boys, the Battey State Hospital, the industrial city of Rome (including action during the War Between the States and Floods, City Clock Tower, the Capitoline Wolf -- a gift from Mussolini, St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Chieftains, Shorter College, Myrtle Hill Cemetery, the Agate Demonstration Project), and Lindale. Seller Inventory # 000013

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the Atlanta, Georgia, area, including Cobb, DeKalb and Fulton counties, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 64-page spiral-bound booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A sheet of vinyl protects the three color front cover. Besides Atlanta, the book includes the present or past communities of Marietta, Acworth, Powder Springs, Roswell, Kenesaw Town, Alatoona, Sweet Water Old Town, Buffalo Fish Town, Decatur and Campbellton. Excerpts from White's book covers the development of this area until shortly before its publication date of 1854. Fulton County, formed in 1853, was not included. However, we have included White's observations on Campbell County, which merged with Fulton in 1932. Excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic view from a mid 20th Century vantage point. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: the Georgia Military Institute; the Water-Cure Establishment near Kenesaw Mountain; Denmead's (flour) Mill, Marietta Tannery, Rosewell Mfg. Co. and other businesses; Chattahoochee land; Illnesses; Instances of Longevity (including William Suttles, who died at age 108); Early Settlers; First Grand Jurors of Campbell and Cobb counties; an unusually sobering punishment; Atlanta businesses in 1854; extract from Atlanta's Census of 1850; Stone Mountain; a small map of 1940 Atlanta; How Railroads built Atlanta (White Hall to Terminus to Marthasville to Atlanta); Atlanta in the War Between the States; the Burning of Atlanta by Sherman's army; Reconstruction Headquarters in atlanta; Unveiling of the Benjamin Hill statue in 1886; When Atlanta became Georgia's Capital; the International Cotton Exposition of 1881 and the Cotton States and International Exposition in 1895; Atlanta in World War I; The Central Expressway; Points of Interest, including Five Points, the Old Lamppost, the Atlanta Division of the University of Georgia, Henry Grady Monument, the State Capitol, Oglethorpe University, Atlanta University (started in a boxcar), Emory University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Morris Brown College, Clark College, Georgia Institute of Technology, the Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta painted in 1886, and "The Texas" involved in the dramatic Civil War Railroad chase known as Andrews Raid; Kennesaw National Monument Battlefield Park, the Alice McLellan Birney Memorial; the Marietta National Cemetery; Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Agnes Scott College in Decatur; and numerous other bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000002

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Richmond County, GA, which encompasses the city of Augusta, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this 66 page booklet, reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The spiral-bound booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading.A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color cover. The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until the publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: the Yazoo Freshet of 1840; Early Churches of Augusta; 1850 Census extracts; Longevity, including a woman who supposedly lived to age 140; Petition seeking help against Indian Uprisings, signed by 18 early settlers in 1756; Documents professing loyalty to the King in 1774, with many signatures; Augusta in the Revolution and the Cruelties of Col. Brown; Radification of the Constitution with signatures; Revolutionary War Memos between General Pickens and Colonel Lee for the Americans and Colonel Browne for England, concerning prisoners and surrender; a Visit from General George Washington; Distinguished men -- Col. Samuel Hammond, Augustus Christian George Elholm; General Thomas Glascock, Charles J. Jenkins, and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000001

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Georgia's High Country including the Chattahoochee National Forest Area is the subject of this NEW 71-Page Booklet. Early days in 11 counties in northern Georgia are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this spiral bound booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until its publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Seven of the counties were included by name in White's book: Gilmer, Habersham, Lumpkin, Murray, Rabun, Union and Whitfield (spelled "Whitefield" in White's book). The others were formed later, largely by whittling down the seven older counties. They include: Fannin, made from Gilmer and Union in 1854; Stephens, made from Franklin and Habersham in 1905; Towns, made from Rabun and Union in 1856; and White, made from Habersham in 1857. Past and/or present area communities include: (Not necessarily named in the booklet.) Gilmer--Ellijay, Cherrylog, East Ellijay Habersham--Clarkesville, Loudsville, Mount Yonah, Nacoochee Valley, Alto (part), Baldwin (part), Cornelia, Demorest, Habersham, Mount Airy, Tallulah Falls (part), Turnerville Lumpkin--Dahlonega, Auraria (Nuckollsville), Leather's Ford Murray--Spring Place, Chatsworth, Cisco, Crandall, Eton, Tennga. Rabun--Clayton, Dillard, Lakemont, Mountain City, Rabun Gap, Sky Valley, Tallulah Falls (part), Tiger and Wiley Union--Blairsville, Suches Whitfield--Dalton, Cohutta, Rocky Face, Tunnel Hill, Resaca, Varnell. Fannin--Blue Ridge, Epworth, McCaysville, Mineral Bluff, Morganton Stephens--Toccoa, Avalon, Eastanollee, Martin (part), Toccoa Falls (part) White--Cleveland, Helen, Sautee Nacoochee Towns: Hiawassee, Young Harris Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Physical features, including Tallelah Falls, Toccoa Falls, Amicalolah Falls, the Blue Ridge, Walker's Mountain, Mount Yonah, Mount Enotah, the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Appalachian Trail and other scenic wonders; a mysterious disappearance; the Chopped Oak; Gold Mines; Early settlers; Extracts from the Census of 1850, Instances of Longevity; Old Indian Towns; a Subterranean village, Moravian Mission, the Cherokee Indians, and Chief Vann House; the Enchanted Mountain; an Indian Legend; Anecdotes about snakes, hunting, gold, and some colorful characters of the region; the Tufting Industry in Dalton; the Weavers of Rabun; Lake Conasauga Recration Area; Nottely Dam; Unicou Gap and Turnpike; How Blood Mountain got its name; Young Harris College, Piedmont College, Truett-McConnell Junior College, North Georgia College, and other educational institutions; the Lumpkin County Courthouse; Fort Mountain State Park; Vogel State Park; Georgia's Broiler Industry; Cornelia, home of the Big Red Apple; Yankee Santuary in Union County; Tunnel of the Western and Atlantic Railroad (with sketch); Brief bios of George Whitefield (picture), James Habersham, George Gilmer, Wilson Lumpkin, William Rabun (picture), and James Clarke; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Seller Inventory # 000017

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Rev. George White

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City, 1854. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Chatham County, GA, which encompasses the city of Savannah, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 121 Page Illustrated Booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The spiral-bound booklet is printed on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the cover. Besides Savannah, places mentioned include: Thunderbolt, Beaulieu, Bonaventure, Brewton's Hill, Gibbons' Plantation, and Cherokee Hill, Jasper, Sprint, Fort Jackson, . The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until the publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glimpse from mid-20th Century vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in section from White's book are: Extract from 1850 Census; Physical features; Public Buildings; the Female Asylum and its officers; Description of Engineering for new Savanah Water-Works; the Custom House; Count Pulaski who died at the Siege of Savannah; Artist Launitz's description of the Pulaski Monument and list of items deposited in cornerstone ; Hotels; Various early Churches; Early Settlement under Oglethorpe, his dealings with the Indians, and various other information pertaining thereto; Whitefield's Orphan House and a List of some of the children; Fort Pulaski on Cockspur Island; Sgt. Jasper and other heros of the 2nd Regiment in the Revolutionary War; Savannah captured by the English in 1779; the Capture of Mordecai Sheftall of the Continental Troops in 1778; English Account of the Attack and Repulse at Savannah; List of American officers killed; Letters between Count D'Estaing and General Prevost, pertaining to the Surrender of Savannah, Detailed Account of the Tragic Loss of the Steamer Pulaski in 1838 ; Extraorinary Capture of an English command by Colonel White and a handful of Americans near Savannah; Distinguished Men -- Rev. J.J. Zubly, Colonel Francis Harris, Jonathan Bryan, David Montaigut, Major John Habersham, Major John Barnard, Anthony Stokes, William Stephens, James Jones, Noble Wymberley Jones, Colonel John White, Joseph Habersham, the Rev. Henry Kollock, the Rev. Henry Holcombe, the Rev. Edward Neufville, Senator John MacPherson Berrien (detail on his public life and debate on the Fugitive Slave Law), Supreme Court Judge James Moore Wayne, the Rev. Stephen Elliott Jr.; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. The WPA section discusses Savannah architecture, Education, Dr. William Houstoun, the Ogeechee Canal, Savanna in the War Between the States; Commercial growth after World Wars I and II; and much more. There's a small 1950s map of Augusta and information on points of interest including Bull Street (City Hall, Johnson Square, United States Customhouse, Christ Episcopal Church, Wright Square, the Tomochichi Marker, Lutheran Church of the Ascension, the W.W. Gordon House, Independent Presbyterian Church, Chippewa Square, the Barrow House, Madison Square, the Meldrim House, St. John's Episcopal Church, Monterey Square, the Henry Jackson House, Armstrong College, Warren G. Candler Memorial Hospital, Forsyth Park, Chatham Artillery Barracks, and Savannah Public Library), East of Bull Street (Factors Row, the Old Harbor Light, Site of Fort Wayne, Site of the Filature, the Pink House, the Richard-Owens House, the Davenport House, the McIntosh House, Colonia Park Cemetery, the W.W. Owens House, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, and the Low House), and West of Bull Street (Site of Oglethorpe's First Camp, Telfair Academy, the McAlpin House, Herty Foundation Laboratory, West Broad Street Negro School, and the First Bryan Bapist Church); and Outside the city (Fort Pulaski National Monument, Fort Screven, Isle of Hope, Diamond Back. Seller Inventory # 000467

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White, Rev. George

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About this Item: (Heritage Papers) (1968), (Danielsville,GA), 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Facsimilie Reprint. 688p+58p octavo, illusttrated. A fine copy in black cloth reprinting in facsimile the 1854 edition. Seller Inventory # 43048

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About this Item: Heritage Papers 1968, 1968. reprint of an 1854 book ed. hardback very good condition in black cloth - no dust jacket- shipping via USPS. Seller Inventory # 67584

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, 1854. Hardcover. Condition: Very good+. Dust Jacket Condition: no dust jacket. Reprint. Ex-library copy with usual library features including library binding/ photocopy reprint. Seller Inventory # 1805160009

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White, Rev. George

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About this Item: Heritage Papers, Danielsville, Georgia, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Very good. facsimile. Thick octavo. xvi, 688 paes, [1], 58 pages name index. Illustrated. Black hardcover with gilt title on the front cover and spine. Previous owner name on the front paste down. Original publication date is 1854. Seller Inventory # 13490

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About this Item: Leather Bound. Condition: New. Leather Binding on Spine and Corners with Golden Leaf Printing on round Spine. Reprinted in 2019 with the help of original edition published long back (1854). This book is printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume, if you wish to order a specific or all the volumes you may contact us. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Lang: -eng , Pages 750 , Print on Demand. EXTRA 10 DAYS APART FROM THE NORMAL SHIPPING PERIOD WILL BE REQUIRED FOR LEATHER BOUND BOOKS.{FOLIO EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE.}; Seller Inventory # LB1111011475259

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Historical Collections of Georgia: Containing the Most: Rev. George White,

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About this Item: Heritage Papers, Danielsville, Georgia, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: None Issued. Reprint. NF/0/Reprint 1968. Excellent copy--previous owner's name discreetly marked out on front pastedown. Black buckram with silver gilt lettering on front and spine, and the Georgia state seal on the front cover. 688 pages, plus a 58 page Name Index. 8 page index(contents) covers Georgia from Colonial days and covers every county and individuals important at that time and later(originally published in 1854) 2 page index listing numerous black and white illustrations. Handosme copy. History/Georgia/GA Counties. Seller Inventory # 0021204

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About this Item: Heritage Papers, Danielsville, GA, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Reprint. Previous owner's name and address label over written name on front paste-down endpaper . 746 pages. Seller Inventory # 606455

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About this Item: HERITAGE PAPERS, GEORGIA, 1968. FIRM. Condition: NICE. Dust Jacket Condition: No D/J. HERITAGE PAPERS REPRINT 1968. CONTAINING THE MOST INTERESTING FACTS, TRADITIONS, BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, ANECDOTES, ETC. -- ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY ONE HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS. Size: 688 PAGES. GEORGIA GENEALOGY. Seller Inventory # 003699

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York, 1854. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. First Edition. Quarto. xiv, 688 pages. Illustrated with engravings and woodcuts. Missing the color folding map. Brown cloth hardcover with blind stamped borders and designs on the covers. Gilt title and decorations on the spine. Cloth on the front cover is creased. Shelf wear to the binding. Corners bumped. Edge wear to the cloth head and base of the spine. Toning to the end sheets. Light to moderate foxing to the illustrations and text. This copy has an inscription in pencil on the right front flyleaf - "Rev. Nathaniel G. Foster Written by the Author Geo White" (unsure if this inscription is in the author's hand). NOTE: Map is missing. Derenne II p.568; Howes W 353;. Seller Inventory # 17417

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York, 1854. Hardcover. First Edition. xiv. 688pp. + 22 plates. Bound in recent archival cloth with gilt titling. New endpapers. Original spine cloth preserved neatly at the back endpaper. [Howes W353] VERY GOOD. Shows a small split at the hinge of the front board, occasional bouts of toning throughout, former owner name of the period neatly on the title page, otherwise the binding is strong and tight, the text and engravings are clean and unmarked, and the boards remain distinct. As pictured. Seller Inventory # [U]H239

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York, 1854. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Octavo. xiv, 688 pages. Illustrated. Later three quarter leather binding with brownish marbled paper covered boards. Faded marbled foredge. Newer gray end papers. Leather is split on front joint and spine. Embossed address stamp (no name) "686 Barnett Street, N.E. Atlanta Georgia" on title page. Light to moderate toning and scattered foxing to engraved portraits and pages. Map is not called for in this edition. Copyright date on verso of title page is 1853. Howes W 353. Seller Inventory # 8132

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York, 1854. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Quarto. xiv, 688 pages. Illustrated with engravings and woodcuts. Color folding map in front. Three quarter brown leather hardcover with brownish marbled paper covered boards. Front board reattached. Front and rear hinges repaired. Brown right front flyleaf missing. Marbled paper is shelf worn. Leather is lightly rubbed on extremities. Light scattered foxing and toning to contents. Previous owner inscription, "W J Wyman 1874" written on the front blank end paper. Map is creased at folds and lightly toned. DeRenne II p.568; Howes W 353;. Seller Inventory # 10728

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HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA: CONTAINING THE MOST: White, George, Rev.

White, George, Rev.

Published by New York (1855)

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From: William Reese Company - Americana (New Haven, CT, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York, 1855. 4,xvi,688,41pp. plus folding colored map frontispiece, twenty-two plates, and numerous in-text illustrations. Original blindstamped brown cloth, spine richly gilt. Corners slightly edgeworn. A few plates darkened, else bright, clean, and very good. A standard Georgia history, here in the third edition. The second and third editions were enlarged by the addition of statistical tables at the conclusion, the folding frontispiece map, and four pages of endorsements at the beginning. "[White's] accumulation of obscure traditions is elsewhere unmatched, and, whether factual or romanticized, provides insight into the early days of rural Georgia" - Willingham. The large colorful folding map of the state, on tissue, is by Bonner, and was engraved by Sherman & Smith in New York. WILLINGHAM GEORGIANA 40. DE RENNE II:576-77. HOWES W353, "aa.". Seller Inventory # WRCAM53666

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