Mystery & History in Georgia: (Volume 1) R. Olin III Jackson

Mystery & History in Georgia: (Volume 1)

Author: R. Olin III Jackson
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Book Title
Mystery & History in Georgia: (Volume 1)
Author
R. Olin III Jackson
ISBN
9780578921426
This volume is a compendium of information on historic sites, incidents and mysterious unexplained events relating to what today is the state of Georgia, from prehistory up to the 1950s. The captivating topics range from Native American history and mysteries; railroads history and mysteries; and pioneer Georgia history; to U.S. Civil War history and mysteries in Georgia; natural disasters in the state; illicit liquor ("moonshine") history in Georgia; murder mysteries; and a wide array of other unusual and unexplained phenomena in the state. The details of these events and mysteries have been carefully researched and painstakingly collected over the past 25 years. The book topics are arranged on a county-by-county basis for ease of reference. This volume of work includes Full Name and Subject Indexes to facilitate use by researchers and is illustrated with over 250 captivating photographs, many of which are rare historic prints. Mystery and History in Georgia is not intended as an all-inclusive history of the state, but rather as a documentation of historic, mysterious and unexplained events which have occurred in the state during the aforementioned time-period. All research involved in the preparation of this book was conducted by skilled historians and dedicated researchers of history.R. Olin Jackson holds the B.A. degree in journalism from Georgia State University in Atlanta and the M.Ed. degree in political science history from North Georgia State University. He is the award-winning former editor/publisher of Georgia Backroads magazine and a native of Georgia. His previous books include "A North Georgia Journal of History, Volumes I, II, III, and IV," "Moonshine, Murder, & Mayhem in Georgia," "Georgia's Doc Holliday," "Georgia Backroads Traveler," "Tales of the Rails in Georgia," and numerous others.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: R. Olin III JacksonPublisher: Whippoorwill Publications LLCPublished: 12/04/2021ISBN: 9780578921426Pages: 520Weight: 1.52lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.05d

This volume is a compendium of information on historic sites, incidents and mysterious unexplained events relating to what today is the state of Georgia, from prehistory up to the 1950s. The captivating topics range from Native American history and mysteries; railroads history and mysteries; and pioneer Georgia history; to U.S. Civil War history and mysteries in Georgia; natural disasters in the state; illicit liquor ("moonshine") history in Georgia; murder mysteries; and a wide array of other unusual and unexplained phenomena in the state. The details of these events and mysteries have been carefully researched and painstakingly collected over the past 25 years. The book topics are arranged on a county-by-county basis for ease of reference. This volume of work includes Full Name and Subject Indexes to facilitate use by researchers and is illustrated with over 250 captivating photographs, many of which are rare historic prints. Mystery and History in Georgia is not intended as an all-inclusive history of the state, but rather as a documentation of historic, mysterious and unexplained events which have occurred in the state during the aforementioned time-period. All research involved in the preparation of this book was conducted by skilled historians and dedicated researchers of history.


R. Olin Jackson holds the B.A. degree in journalism from Georgia State University in Atlanta and the M.Ed. degree in political science history from North Georgia State University. He is the award-winning former editor/publisher of Georgia Backroads magazine and a native of Georgia. His previous books include "A North Georgia Journal of History, Volumes I, II, III, and IV," "Moonshine, Murder, & Mayhem in Georgia," "Georgia's Doc Holliday," "Georgia Backroads Traveler," "Tales of the Rails in Georgia," and numerous others.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: R. Olin III Jackson
Publisher: Whippoorwill Publications LLC
Published: 12/04/2021
ISBN: 9780578921426
Pages: 520
Weight: 1.52lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.05d

This volume is a compendium of information on historic sites, incidents and mysterious unexplained events relating to what today is the state of Georgia, from prehistory up to the 1950s. The captivating topics range from Native American history and mysteries; railroads history and mysteries; and pioneer Georgia history; to U.S. Civil War history and mysteries in Georgia; natural disasters in the state; illicit liquor ("moonshine") history in Georgia; murder mysteries; and a wide array of other unusual and unexplained phenomena in the state. The details of these events and mysteries have been carefully researched and painstakingly collected over the past 25 years. The book topics are arranged on a county-by-county basis for ease of reference. This volume of work includes Full Name and Subject Indexes to facilitate use by researchers and is illustrated with over 250 captivating photographs, many of which are rare historic prints. Mystery and History in Georgia is not intended as an all-inclusive history of the state, but rather as a documentation of historic, mysterious and unexplained events which have occurred in the state during the aforementioned time-period. All research involved in the preparation of this book was conducted by skilled historians and dedicated researchers of history.


R. Olin Jackson holds the B.A. degree in journalism from Georgia State University in Atlanta and the M.Ed. degree in political science history from North Georgia State University. He is the award-winning former editor/publisher of Georgia Backroads magazine and a native of Georgia. His previous books include "A North Georgia Journal of History, Volumes I, II, III, and IV," "Moonshine, Murder, & Mayhem in Georgia," "Georgia's Doc Holliday," "Georgia Backroads Traveler," "Tales of the Rails in Georgia," and numerous others.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: R. Olin III Jackson
Publisher: Whippoorwill Publications LLC
Published: 12/04/2021
ISBN: 9780578921426
Pages: 520
Weight: 1.52lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.05d