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    ROSTER OF THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF GEORGIA, 1861-1865; VOL. 3. by Henderson., Lillian

    Georgia: Georgia Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1994. Later Printing; First Impression. Hardcover. Grey cover. Book looks new. This is 1994 reprint by United Daughters of the Confederacy of Georgia. Contains Regiment Muster Rolls, Regimental Volunteer Inf. information, all by various counties. Many of the individual listing contain rank, enlistment, capture, injuries, engagements served, and other vital information. Large heavy book. Scarce. ; Vol. 3; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1013 pages .


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    I Am a Fugitive from a Georgia Chain Gang! Foreword to the Brown Thrasher Editon by Matthew J. Mancini by Burns, Robert E

    Athens GA: Brown Thrasher Books / The University of Georgia Press, 1997. Paperback. xxiv, 257p., softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch decorated wraps. A clean, sound, unhandled copy: about fine.


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    $57.50

    Sketching and Etching Georgia. Fifty Etchings and Drawings. by Conger, Ledlie William; Ruth Dunlop Conger

    (Atlanta: The Conger Printing Company, Inc., 1971)., 1971. Limited edition. 1-750 copies signed by the artist, this being number 563. Small folio. Frontispiece illustration. Unpaginated. Illustrated with 50 B & W plates. Original cloth binding stamped in gilt. Bookplate front free endpaper else this is a fine book in a fine DJ.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.


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    $50.00

    FROM BALLOONS TO BLUE ANGELS: The Story of Aviation in Augusta, Georgia. by Cashin, Edward J

    Center for the Study of Georgia History. Hardcover. B00FDS9GGI Dust jacket wrapped in a protective mylar sleeve, jacket and book are clean, has a very good binding, no marks or notations, inside there is a marked through personalized sticker on the front paste down. . Very Good.


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    The Coca-Cola Company An Illustrated Profile of a Worldwide Company by [The Coca-Cola Company]

    Atlanta: The Coca-Cola Company, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Small quarto. x, 109 pages. Illustrated in black and white and in color. Red hardcover with gilt title and border on the front cover. Reddish marbled end papers. Occasional light foxing to the front and rear end sheets. Previous owner's bookplate on the front paste down.


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    £20.00

    The Woolfolk Tragedy [Signed] by Deloach, Carolyn

    Published by Anneewakee River Press, Douglasville, Georgia 1996. 1996., 1996. Publisher's original card wrap covers. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. ISBN 0965602702. Contains 381 printed pages of text with a couple of monochrome photographs to the rear. In very near Fine condition, no dust wrapper as published. SIGNED by the author to the front free end paper. Member of the P.B.F.A.


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    $350.00

    Autographed Letter Signed by CUYLER, Richard M

    Macon, Georgia, 1864. unbound. 1 page, 10 x 7.75 inches, C.S. Arsenal, Macon, Georgia, August 17, 1864. In part: "...Mr. J.E. Montfort...contractor with US for tanning leather...is a practical tanner and his services are absolutely necessary for the fulfillment of his contract - he has been hereto relieved from conscription in consequence of bad health. I respectfully request his exemption from military service..." Docketed on the back by General Wayne just two weeks before being dismissed. Edges browned; small puncture holes not affecting text. Very good(-) condition. Cuyler was a Confederate Lt. Colonel on the staff of General Henry Constantine Wayne, in command of all Georgia militia, until relieved by Gen. G.W. Smith in September 1864. Montfort was too sick to serve in military duty, but was well enough to handle chemicals and perform his occupation as a tanner. Anything concerning Lt. Col. Cuyler and General Wayne of war date is very scarce.


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    $140.00

    The Cottonpatch Chronicles: Reflections on Cherokee History, People, Places and Events in Forsyth County, Georgia by Don L. Shadburn

    Cumming GA: Privately Published, 2003. F/0/1st ed. A Fine copy of Don. L. Shadburn's sixth volume in the Pioneer-Cherokee Heritage Series. The book covers are laminated paper and have no wear, nicks, tears or discolorations. Signed and inscribed on the front free endpaper by author. Interior is spotless, and has no marking or writing. 493 pages, with early and later photos throughout. First two chapters are Cherokee Native History, followed by note worthy contributions of individuals in Forsyth County History. Also contains information of the Murder of Mae Crow(1912) and letters of WWI soldiers. Then follows are interpetive Appendices (11) that would be significant events in the history of the county. The author provides a further reading and reference list. Comes in an archival acid free bag for storage.. Signed by Author on Front Free EndpaperFine. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/None Issued. History/Forsyth Cty/Georgia.


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    Some Account of the Design of the Trustees for Establishing Colonies in America by Oglethorpe, James Edward; Baine, Rodney M. [Editor]

    Univ of Georgia Pr, 1990-11-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New/Like New. Hardbound book in like new condition, crisp and clean. Dust jacket in mylar cover is also in like new condition.


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    Prison notes by Deming, Barbara

    New York: Grossman Publishers, 1966. 185p. + 19p. photos, first edition, very good hardcover in a worn dustjacket. Deming's narrative of an integrated peace march and its struggles in Albany, Georgia - the earlier scene of a major SNCC campaign.


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    $85.00

    The Changed Look of the Countryside. A History of Georgia's Soil and Water Conservation Districts 1937-1974. by Silk, Leon

    (NP) Advocate Press, 1975, 1975. 8vo. viii, 273 pp. Illustrated with B & W photographs. Original gilt stamped green cloth binding. This is a close to fine book in a lightly used near fine DJ. Scarce.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.


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    The syncopated cakewalk by Major, Clarence

    New York: Barlenmir House, 1974. Hardcover. 53p., very good first edition stated in decorative boards. Poems from the Atlanta, Georgia born, Chicago raised African American poet.


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    $120.00

    A Continuing Tradition: Wm. Frank McCall, Jr., FAIA 1914-1991 by William R. Mitchell, Jr

    Savannah, Georgia: Golden Coast Books, 1992. F/F/1st ed. In 1985 The Tallokas Foundation of Moultrie, Georgia, published "The Architecture of Wm. Frank McCall, Jr., FAIA: A Complete Designer in the Classical Tradition". Frank McCall died on March 12, 1991, and in the little more than five years between the publication of that monograph and his death at age seventy-four, much happened to call for the publication of this companion volume. This copy is in pristine condition; no markings of any kind, tight , square, with a dust jacket with perfect even color, no wear and now sportin' a mylar sleeve. 135 pp.; lists 41 projects featured in the Design Portfolio, List of Jobs, Selected Floor Plans, Sources. Slick, higher quality paper and all photos in full color. I can have this book in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Photography By Van Jones Martin and James R. Lockhart. Architecture/Georgia/McCall.


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    The Young Lions: Confederate Cadets at War by James Lee Conrad

    Mechanicsburg PA: Stackpole Books, 1997. F/VG+/1st ed. Focusing on the Confederacy's four major military colleges--the Virginia Military Institute, the Virginia Military Institute, the South Carolina Military Academy, the Georgia Military Institute, and the University of Alabama---The Young Lions is the story of the cadets and their schools at war. It is also the story of the Confederate government's lack of a cohesive policy toward military colleges and its failure to adequately support these nurseries for its officer corps. Book is clean and tight, with no wear, no markings, no soiling. 198 pages, First edition, first printing. Contains notes, bibliography, index, maps, and small b&w photo section. Dust Jacket has a small tear at top of spine(closed edges) and is otherwise a Fine with no nicks or tears and excellent even color, now encased in a mylar sleeve.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good+. History/Confederate Cadets.


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    $350.00

    Block Map of City of Thomasville, Georgia by LAYTON, C.E

    C. E. Layton, 1946. Map. Lithograph. Image size measures 22 x 18 inches, sheet measures 23 x 19 inches. Printed on linen with laminate on back. In very good condition. Shows some staining, pin holes at corners. Unusual detailed map of Thomasville. Shows railroads, city limits, streams, and block numbers. The city is the second largest in Southwest Georgia after Albany. The city deems itself the City of Roses and holds an annual Rose Festival. Centered on the location of a 300 year old tree at Crawford and Monroe.


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    $47.04

    The Children of Pride: A True Story Of Georgia and The Civil War by Myers, Robert Manson, ed

    New Haven: Yale Univ. Press. Hardcover. 1973. 2nd Printing. Thick 8vo 1845pp . Very Good in Very Good DJ. Top and front edges foxed. DJ price clipped and foxed. An intimate record of a Georgia plantation family from its halcyon antebellum days through the shattering climaxes of defeat and occupation during the Civil War. National Book Award Winner, 1973. Extra postage will be required for this very heavy book .


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    $135.00

    South Georgia Rebels: The True Wartime Experiences of the 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry Lawton-Gordon-Evans Brigade Confederate States Army 1861-1865 by Alton J. Murray

    St. Marys Georgia: Privately Printed, 1976. F/0/1st ed. A near pristine copy of Murray's scarce history of the South Georgia Confederate Troops. Follows companies from Glynn, McIntosh, Brooks, Camden and Wayne, Ware, Charlton, Lowndes, Clinch and Ware counties through the Civil War. Cites many of the battles the troops were involved in: Fredericksburg, Chancellorville, Gettsburg, etc. Contains rosters of each company, along with officers. 321pages of text, 6 separate appendices, including bibliography and index. Book is very new in appearance. Binding tight and corners sharp. No markings or soiling to interior. Endpapers are portions of Sherman's Military Map of Georgia.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket As Issued. History/Confederates/S. GA.


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    $250.00

    The Flemington Martins by Arthur Morrison Martin

    Columbia SC: The State Printing Company, 1970. VG/VG/1st ed. A very scarce genealogy book, which chronicles the Martin family: John Martin, his wife Jane Martin, who was the daughter of Martin Martin, whose family had been here a generation or two, and the allied families of : Bacons, Osgoods, Flemings and Laws. Book is clean, tight and square, with some loss of color at the heel and head of the covers and spine. No break to cloth over boards, silver gilt lettering on spine and oak tree in same on front panel. No marking or soiling to inside or out of book. Dust Jacket has some light surface soiling, and a 1" closed tear with no loss paper on the back jacket flap. A couple of small chips at top and bottom of spine. 114pp., with several blank addendum at the back of book. Contents include: general information about the Flemington Martins, an ancestral chart, a family album (small section of photos), and a directory of the Flemington Martins listing several hundred names, descended from John and Jane Martin for eight generations. While researching this book I only found one mention of one for sale; which had sold some time ago and was a paperback. Comes to you in an archival bag for storage.. First Edition. Hard Cover and Supplement. Very Good/Very Good. Genealogy/Liberty Cty. GA.


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    Twelve gates to the city by Black, Daniel

    New York: St. Martin's Press, 2011. Hardcover. 339p., review sheet laid in, first printing, very good in a like dj. Novel set in Arkansas by the African American author who teaches at Atlanta's Clark University.


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    $475.00

    Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 1838-1839 by Fanny Anne Kemble

    New York, New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1863. VG+/1st ed., 1st issue. This copy of Journal of a Residence on a Georgia Plantation has new pastedowns and a new leather spine cover with the title in gold on the spine. Both boards are original and are covered in the original brown embossed cloth. The rear lower corner is lightly bumped, and there is wear to the tail of the boards, and the boards are exposed near the corners. The interior is clean and all pages are present. No foxing but all pages are lightly tanned. "about " is printed twice on page 314, line 6, identifying this copy as a first issue. Truly a lovely copy. Oh, and this copy comes from Darien Georgia where the Butler Plantation is located.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/None Isssued. Memior/ History/Georgia.


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    Showboats to Softshoes. A Century of Musical Development in Columbus, Georgia from 1828 to 1928. by Mahan, Katherine Hines

    Columbus, GA: Columbus Office Supply Company, 1968., 1968. First printing. Tall 4to. viii, 206 pp. Illustrated with B & W photographs. Printed on coated paper. Original gilt stamped pink cloth binding. Warmly INSCRIBED to a friend by Mahan on the front free endpaper. Light wear at the spinal extremities, near fine, in a very good DJ with some dust soil and wrinkling along the edges.. Inscribed by Author(s). Hardcover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.


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    A SERMON PREACHED IN THE PARISH-CHURCH OF CHRIST-CHURCH, LONDON, ON THURSDAY, MAY THE 3D, 1764: BEING THE TIME OF THE YEARLY MEETING OF THE CHILDREN EDUCATED IN THE CHARITY-SCHOOLS, IN AND ABOUT THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER. BY THE REVEREND SIR PETER RIVERS, BARONET, RECTOR OF WOOLWICH IN KENT. TO WHICH IS ANNEXED, AN ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE by [Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge]

    London: J. and W. Oliver, 1764. 120, [2] pp. Stitched [but loosened] in contemporary plain thick paper wrappers [wraps torn]. Verso of front wrapper has the signature, 'Moses Brown's.' Text widely margined, with light uniform tanning and forecorners dog-eared. Very Good. This scarce pamphlet prints the Account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge from page [25] to the end. It has "a short Narrative of its Rise and Progress" since its 1698 genesis. Its missions to the New World included founding the Saltzburger Colony in Georgia. The Society has "been enabled to send over to the English Colony in Georgia in the Years 1733, 1734, 1735, and 1741, Four Transports, consisting of more than two Hundred Protestant Emigrants, chiefly Saltzburgers; who, with two Missionaries and a Schoolmaster, are settled by themselves at Ebenezer" [pp 33-34]. Pages 86-87 print 'Some Account of the Saltzburghers settled at Ebenezer in Georgia, 1763.' Page 99 lists the missionaries in Georgia. With a final leaf of 'An account of the rates of cloathing men and women.' Pages 40-55 list Members of the Society. 'Ladies Annual Subscribers,' benefactors, data concerning the Society's Charity Schools, a 'Catalogue of the Books Dispersed by the Society,' and other information are also printed. FIRST EDITION. ESTC T18046. Not in De Renne, Sabin.


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    Providence. Selected Correspondence of George Hull Camp Son of the North Citizen of the South. by Cox, Connie M., & Darlene M. Walsh, eds

    (Macon, GA: Indigo Publishing Group, 2008)., 2008. First printing. Heavy 4to. xxxiii, 711 pp. Illustrated with B & W photographs. Original brown cloth binding stamped in gilt. Spinal extremities bumped, light use, very good plus without DJ.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.


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    PASTORAL LETTER FROM THE BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF THE CHURCH IN THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. DELIVERED BEFORE THE GENERAL COUNCIL, IN ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, AUGUSTA, SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1862 by [Confederate Imprint]

    Augusta, Ga.: Steam Power Press Chronicle & Sentinel, 1862. 15, [1 blank] pp. Disbound and lightly worn. Small rubberstamp at blank lower margin of page 14, two small rubberstamps at inner margin of final blank. Good+. The Letter, according to De Renne, was written by Bishop Stephen Elliott of Georgia. It establishes the new Church in the Confederate States. "Forced by the providence of God to separate ourselves...at a moment when civil strife had dipped its foot in blood, and cruel war was desolating our homes and firesides," the Church has been required to adopt a new constitution and liturgy ["untouched in every particular save where a change of our civil government and the formation of a new nation have made alteration essentially requisite"]. Elliott insists that "the slaves of the South are not merely so much property, but are a sacred trust committed to us, as a people, to be prepared for the work which God may have for them to do in the future." De Renne 647. Parrish & Willingham 9167.


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    Colonial Records of the State of Georgia. Original Papers of Governors Reynolds, Ellis, Wright, and Others 1757 - 1763. Volume 28 part 1. by Coleman, Kenneth and Milton Ready, eds

    Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press (1976)., 1976. First printing. 8vo. xi, 484 pp. REBOUND in black buckram. Ex Library with minimal markings. Contents and binding fine.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.


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