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This Georgia Rising : Education, Civil Rights, and the Politics of Change in Georgia in the 1940s
By author: Patrick Novotny
Product Code: H744
ISBN: 9780881460889
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: In stock
Price: $45.00
This Georgia Rising is a study of Georgia's political changes during the Second World War and in the postwar era, with a particular emphasis on Georgia's higher educational system as well as early struggles for civil rights and social change in the 1940s.

The Empire State of the South : Georgia History in Documents and Essays
Product Code: H758
ISBN: 9780881461107
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: In stock
Price: $50.00
The Empire State of the South: Georgia History in Documents and Essays offers teachers of Georgia history an alternative to the traditional narrative textbook. This text includes 129 primary documents (including speeches, newspaper columns, letters, treaties, laws, proclamations, state constitutions, court decisions, and more) and 33 essays on various topics of Georgia history. The thirty-three essays are excerpts from larger pieces that were written by specialists in Georgia history. Georgia has indeed had a colorful history and The Empire State of the South tells that story.

The Empire State of the South: Georgia History in Documents and Essays
Product Code: P377
ISBN: 9780881461114
Product Format: Paperback
Availability: In stock
Price: $28.00
The Empire State of the South: Georgia History in Documents and Essays offers teachers of Georgia history an alternative to the traditional narrative textbook. This text includes 129 primary documents (including speeches, newspaper columns, letters, treaties, laws, proclamations, state constitutions, court decisions, and more) and 33 essays on various topics of Georgia history. The thirty-three essays are excerpts from larger pieces that were written by specialists in Georgia history. Georgia has indeed had a colorful history and The Empire State of the South tells that story.

Sacred Places : A Guide to the Civil Rights Sites in Atlanta, Georgia
By author: Harry G. Lefever, Michael C. Page   Foreword by: John Lewis
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: P379
ISBN: 9780881461213
Product Format: Paperback
Availability: In stock
Price: $18.00
SACRED PLACES is organized around four tours of the important civil rights sites in Atlanta. The book also contains historic and current photographs of the sites as well as directions to the sites. Furthermore, the book provides a brief history of the civil rights movement in Atlanta in the 1950s and 1960s including a chronology of the important civil rights events in Atlanta.

Money, Power and Sex: A Self-Help Guide for All Ages
By author: Robert L. Steed
Product Code: H173
ISBN: 9780865541849
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: Not currently available. (Backorder policy)
Price: $25.00

White columns in Hollywood: Reports from the Gone With the Wind Sets
By author: Susan Myrick
Product Code: P037
ISBN: 9780865542457
Product Format: Paperback
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Price: $35.00
When the famous “Gone With the Wind” novel was taken to Hollywood, Margaret Mitchell sent Susan Myrick to make sure the setting accurately represented Georgia. This collection of Myrick’s “reports” back to Georgia gives an insider’s view of the making of Hollywood’s greatest movie.

Ship Without an Udder, A
By author: Robert L. Steed
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: H396
ISBN: 9781563522529
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: In stock
Price: $25.00
Robert L. Steed is a generous man. Although he is a personal guardian to a virtual mother lode of opinions-both informed and uninformed-he is always quick to share them with anyone in need. That is, with anyone in need of a good laugh from one of America's quirkiest and most inquiring minds. With verve and vigor (not o be confused with the centerfold twins of the same names), Steed offers a hilarious diagnosis of the current social and cultural condition. No one (except paying clinets) is spared his acerbic barbs in A Ship Without An Udder, expecially the overindulgent and overserious.

Sass Menagerie, The
By author: Robert L. Steed
Product Code: H125
ISBN: 9780929264066
Product Format: Hardback
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Price: $25.00

A Gift for Giving : The Story of Lamar Rich Plunkett
By author: James C. Bryant
Product Code: H343
ISBN: 9780865544307
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: In stock
Price: $39.99
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.

Mail Fraud: The Laughable Letters of Robert L. Steed
By author: Robert L. Steed
Product Code: H172
ISBN: 9780929264455
Product Format: Hardback
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Price: $25.00
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Remembering Forward
By author: Clarke
Product Code: H370
ISBN: 9780865544727
Product Format: Hardback
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Price: $35.00

In August 1753, four colonists and their boat crew set out on a potentially dangerous passage of discovery and observations along Georgia's barrier islands from Savannah southward as far as the St. Johns River in Spanish-held Florida. The Journal of a Visit to the Georgia Islands is a record of that trip, and although unsigned, internal evidence points directly to prominent Georgia entrepreneur Jonathan Bryan (1708-1788) as the author.

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