|#5868-The Longer You Live|
Autobiography - A veteran of World War II, a recipient of two Silver Stars, returns home to a small Southern mountain town. This is a tribute to all veterans who sought and seek to build a better life following their military service.
|#5507-Purt Nigh Gone|
Memories of living the old mountain ways
|#268-In The Shadow of Yonah Mountain|
A history of White County, Georgia, which nestles near Yonah Mountain in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Signed by author, Garrison Baker.
|#742-A History of Crescent Hill Church|
Located in the historic Nacoochee Valley near Cleveland, Georgia Crescent Hill is considered by many to be the most photographed church in the southeast. Authored and autographed by Garrison Baker.
|#5704-Painting Memories in Watercolor|
Remembering times gone by. Famed Northeast Georgia artist and author, John Kollock has compiled various paintings and rememberances of early life in the Georgia foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Autographed copy.
|#27-These Gentle Hills|
Capturing the history and charm of life in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, These Gentle Hills features sketches by famed artist and author John Kollock. Autographed copy.
|#1859-The Long Afternoon Sketchbook|
A collection of pen and ink sketches of life in the Northeast Georgia mountains from the artwork of Habersham County native, John Kollock. Autographed by the author.
|#5143-Nacoochee Valley - Its Times and Its Places|
A brief history of the Nacoochee Valley in Northeast Georgia. Dr. Thomas Lumsden shares a thimble-full of history about this historic and beautiful area.
|#1292-The Legend of Clark Dyers Remarkable Flying Machine|
A story that has been passed from generation to generation of Clark Dyers invention of a flying machine, the first of its kind.
|#24-The Story of Helen and Thereabouts|
Built along an old Indian trail, Helen, Georgia has been transformed from an old logging, mountain town into a German Bavarian-like village.
|#28-Living On The Unicoi Road|
A three-centuries-long odyssey through the Helen Valley and the Chattahoochee headwaters covering the century of Helens pioneers and tales from the Georgia gold rush.
|#6217-Back to Abnormal|
Surviving with an old farm in the new south. Essays spin out from the authors daily life on an old farm in the foothills of the north Georgia mountains.
|#23-The Greatest of These|
The wit, wisdom and memories of Asa Dorsey, one of the Southeasts most beloved Holiness preachers.
|#2745-Secrets of Tallulah|
Stories about the Tallulah Gorge and Falls and the nineteenth century mountain resort
|#5522-65 Special Georgia People and Places|
Discovering Georgia, the largest state east of the Mississippi River, and the people and places that make it special.
|#2754-A Circuit Riders Wife|
All along the hard-scrabble Redwine circuit, this fictionalized account of real life strivings of an itinerant country preacher in the North Georgia mountains - from which the movie, ID CLIMB THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN, was drawn.
Factual Accounts and interesting stories of unexplained phenomena throughout Georgia
|#6097-The Dead Towns of Georgia|
This account of Georgias oldest lost towns spans the years following the first settlement on the Colonys coast to the advent of the railroad in the western part of the state.
Quirky characters, roadside oddities & other offbeat stuff
|#2749-Vanishing Georgia |
Pictorial history of Georgias transition from a cotton economy of the antebellum era to an industrial empire state of the 20th century.