Hidden History of Savannah

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Overview
Savannah has repeatedly stood on the edge of ruin, brought to its knees by bloody battles, mysterious pestilence, fire, unforgiving weather and the drums of war. Men and women whose names echo in history once walked its streets. Countless other faces are seemingly forgotten, names that history held in looser grip—like Mary Musgrove, the colonial translator and entrepreneur, or Dr. Samuel Nunes, shipwrecked by chance on Savannah’s coastal shores just in time to curb a deadly epidemic and save Savannah’s first settlers. And then there’s John Geary, the larger-than-life Union general who beat Sherman’s march south to the sea. Join authors Brenna and T.C. Michaels as they explore Savannah’s long, wide and very often hidden history.
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ISBN: 9781467141123
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Georgia
Series: Hidden History
Images: 37
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
BRENNA MICHAELS holds an MFA in writing popular fiction from Seton Hill University. In addition to her work as a southern fiction novelist, she is senior editor of the Genteel & Bard Journal. TIMOTHY MICHAELS is a retired actor and radio host whose career took him from Los Angeles to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, Atlanta and, finally, the Emerald Coast of Savannah. Timothy holds a BFA in acting from the North Carolina School of the Arts. Brenna and T.C. Michaels are professional storytellers, public historians and owners of Genteel & Bard, a luxury Southern lifestyle and touring company, curating bespoke and luxury multimedia experiences. They live in Savannah’s historic district. Mint juleps have been known to happen.
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