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A Georgia Native Plant Guide
By author: Tina Samuels
Product Code: P319
ISBN: 9780865548787
Pages: 150
Product Format: Paperback
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Georgia Native Plant Guide is the first native plant guide that focuses on Georgia. It is not simply a guide to plants that can be found in Georgia, but those native to Georgia. Each species native to the Peach State is listed by its scientific name and given a brief description of its appearance and attributes. A beautiful and helpful book, it is for anyone interested in the environment, Georgia, or the natural world around us.
A Gift for Giving : The Story of Lamar Rich Plunkett
By author: James C. Bryant
Product Code: H343
ISBN: 9780865544307
Pages: 528
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $39.99
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Lamar Plunkett’s is a story that yearns to be told. Even so, it is clear that the course of Lamar Plunkett’s labors and the wide-ranging focus of his devotion can never be captured in a word or even a volume of words. His life is larger than language. Lamar Plunkett’s story is filled with imagination and spontaneity, unfettered joy and difficult pain. It is the story of family and friends, of governors and presidents, of governing and gently guiding, of building businesses and strengthening institutions. It is the story of a person who has reached beyond the limits and conditions that we meet every day to create new expectations and to set people’s sight on new possibilities.
A Killing on Ring Jaw Bluff: The Great Recession and The Death of Small Town Georgia
By author: William Rawlings, William Rawlings
Product Code: H866
ISBN: 9780881464313
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Pages: 272
Product Format: Hardback
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A Killing on Ring Jaw Bluff recounts the rise and fall of Georgia’s rural population as told through the story of Charles Graves Rawlings. His life followed that of cotton-based agriculture after the Civil War and along with it the rise and fall of Georgia’s small towns. From modest beginnings as a liveryman, he acquired nearly 40,000 acres of land, as well as a bank, a railroad, and diverse other businesses. By 1920, he was one of the state’s wealthier men, with a loving wife and family, and powerful political connections. Five years later he was facing a sentence of life in prison for his role in the alleged murder of his first cousin, Gus Tarbutton.
A Killing on Ring Jaw Bluff: The Great Recession and The Death of Small Town Georgia
By author: William Rawlings, William Rawlings
Product Code: H866e
ISBN: 9780881464429
Product Format: Electronic book text
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A Killing on Ring Jaw Bluff recounts the rise and fall of Georgia’s rural population as told through the story of Charles Graves Rawlings. His life followed that of cotton-based agriculture after the Civil War and along with it the rise and fall of Georgia’s small towns. From modest beginnings as a liveryman, he acquired nearly 40,000 acres of land, as well as a bank, a railroad, and diverse other businesses. By 1920, he was one of the state’s wealthier men, with a loving wife and family, and powerful political connections. Five years later he was facing a sentence of life in prison for his role in the alleged murder of his first cousin, Gus Tarbutton.
A Killing on Ring Jaw Bluff: The Great Recession and The Death of Small Town Georgia
By author: William Rawlings, William Rawlings
Product Code: P522
ISBN: 9780881465525
Product Format: Paperback / softback
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A KILLING ON RING JAW BLUFF recounts the rise and fall of Georgia’s rural population as told through the story of Charles Graves Rawlings. His life followed that of cotton-based agriculture after the Civil War and along with it the rise and fall of Georgia’s small towns. From modest beginnings as a liveryman, he acquired nearly 40,000 acres of land, as well as a bank, a railroad, and diverse other businesses. By 1920, he was one of the state’s wealthier men, with a loving wife and family, and powerful political connections. Five years later he was facing a sentence of life in prison for his role in the alleged murder of his first cousin, Gus Tarbutton.

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