Legendary Locals of Savannah

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On Sunday mornings, church bells ring, calling all denominations, and Savannah's squares are filled with people and activities. The city embraces music, art, and literature, and the historic district welcomes visitors from all over the world. As a port city, Savannah has always embraced diversity, and that is what residents love about it. We are not losing our Southern values and traditions; we are just sharing them. Legendary Locals of Savannah introduces readers to people who braved the Atlantic Ocean to establish the Georgia colony, entrepreneurs who made a fortune in cotton, and black citizens who struggled through slavery and later fought for civil rights. Liberty boys who plotted the Revolution, families who lived in mansions, boys who fought bravely for the Confederate cause, and those who insisted on preserving our beautiful historic district—they all have a story to tell.
ISBN: 9781467101981
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Georgia
Series: Legendary Locals
Images: 158
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author Laura Lawton grew up in Savannah as the eighth generation of a colonial family. As a high school physics teacher, she was more interested in math and astronomy than writing, but Savannah's interesting people caught her attention. She enjoys living south of the city on one of Savannah's tidal rivers on land purchased by her great-great-grandfather in 1854.
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