Remembering Bulloch County: Tales from the Babe to the 'Boro

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In this assortment of his best articles, discover why Statesboro Herald columnist Roger Allen attracts a large and devoted Bulloch County following. Allen aptly entertains his audience with local lore and forgotten history, compiling a diverse and eclectic array of tales. Read about a local baseball game in 1935 in which Babe Ruth took on the South Georgia Teachers Conference. Other chapters detail colonial and Native American influences on the region, the role of Bulloch County residents during World War II and the settlement of a Baptist community in Statesboro. Become reacquainted with Bulloch County's rich and quirky past through this captivating collection.
ISBN: 9781596294424
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Georgia
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 75
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.375 (h)
Roger Allen has a Masters in American History from Clemson University and has completed his doctoral course work at Georgia Southern University. He is a writer, researcher and columnist for the Statesboro Herald, and has been a writer for several other publications such as Spirit Newspaper, House-Husband, and Community Activist.
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