Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads

Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads

Nancy Rhyne / Apr 07, 2020

Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads offers nine driving tours that offer historical background for the sites along the way From Savannah s famous squares to the cottages built for the wealthy on Jek

  • Title: Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads
  • Author: Nancy Rhyne
  • ISBN: 9780895871114
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads offers nine driving tours that offer historical background for the sites along the way From Savannah s famous squares to the cottages built for the wealthy on Jekyll Island to the alligators of Okefenokee Swamp, there s a fascinating story behind every attraction With its mixture of history and folklore, this book is designed for aTouring the Coastal Georgia Backroads offers nine driving tours that offer historical background for the sites along the way From Savannah s famous squares to the cottages built for the wealthy on Jekyll Island to the alligators of Okefenokee Swamp, there s a fascinating story behind every attraction With its mixture of history and folklore, this book is designed for adventurers and armchair travelers alike.

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    1. Fun informative read. Learned some new Georgia history stories. The most intriguing to me was the story of the Black Ankle community of Chatham County. Best drawn out map and guide of the Savannah squares I have ever seen. Library book but I liked the maps and info so much I just ordered my own copy. (pre-read for teaching 8th grade Georgia history; sections required reading for HH)


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