Savannah River Plantations: Photographs from the Collection of the Georgia Historical Society

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Savannah is as Southern a place as has ever existed, and the Savannah River Plantationswere the pinnacle of Southern heritage. Place names such as Richmond Oakgrove, MulberryGrove, Drakies, Whitehall, and Colerain signified extensive land holdings, moss-drapedoaks, and a culture not found anywhere else in the world.
ISBN: 9780738500300
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Georgia
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
In Savannah River Plantations, author Frank T. Wheeler, in conjunction with the Georgia Historical Society, has crafted an in-depth look at the culture, geography, and society that made up plantation life. Drawing on the extensive photograph collection of the Historical Society, as well as his own research and knowledge, Wheeler combines unique photographs with illuminating text to create a work that will appeal to both those with a life-long interest in the area and newcomers to the region's rich history. Savannah River Plantations is a most Southern look at the most Southern of places.
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