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PENNIMAN
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PARTNER PUBLICATION
co-published with The Bryan-Lang Historical Foundation, Woodbine, GA

The Penniman Papers: A Georgia Family in the Civil War

edited by O.J. Hickox, Jr.

Wm. Frederick Penniman was the son of a Yankee family which migrated to Camden County Georgia in 1856; he subsequently served with the 4th Ga Cavalry in various skirmishes and two major battles, Olustee in Northern Florida and the defense of Atlanta.

A generation after the war, Penniman wrote this memoir which is edited for publication by O.J.Hickox, USN ret., a native of SE Georgia.

A bonus feature is the surviving 8 month-long diary across 1864 kept by Penniman's grandmother, Julia Johnson Fisher, a portrait of 'hard times' in rural Georgia.

order # ISBN 9666365-8-9
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IN ONE PLACE
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In One Place
The Natural History of a Georgia Farmer
by Milton N. Hopkins, Jr.
Introduction by Janisse Ray

"Mr Hopkins spent a long and good life in one place in south Georgia where he farmed with great success and gained a mighty knowledge of the land below and the sky above: the creatures who walked and flew across his home. His memoirs testify to a happy time." Now in paperback!


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MOMENT AND TIME
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Moment and Time
Poems by Steven Croft

“Here is a poet who reminds us, in our world of multitasking and technological excess, to slow down, to pay attention... A fine chapbook collection by a poet with an authentic and honest voice.”

Cheryl Stiles
Editor and Publisher
La Vita Poetica Press

Paper, 32 pages
order # ISBN 978-0-9965235-0-9
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The Bright Red Ball
by Margaret Birney.
Illustrations by Betty York Caldwell.

This is the story of Frenchy, the Boston Terrier, and his favorite red ball. The scene is Frenchy's garden on St Simons Island, Georgia. A lovely poem combines with charming watercolors to depict the curious adventure. For grandparents, pre-schoolers, Boston Terrier owners and just about everyone else!

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