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    A Guide to a Georgia Barrier Island
    by Taylor Schoettle

    A History of Saint Andrews Episcopal Church
    by Rev. Walter Birt Sams

    A History of St. Simons Presbyterian Church

    A Naturalist's Guide to St. Simons Island
    by Taylor Schoettle. Ikkustrated by Jennifer Smith.

    A Plan for the Delivery and Financing of Unified Government Services
    Including Brunswick-Glynn County, Georgia Citizens Survey of City and County Services

    Brunswick-Glynn County Charter Commission 1803 Gloucester Street, Suite 210, Brunswick, Georgia (912) 264-5873

    A Pretty Kettle of Fish
    by Tallu Fish

    A Voyage to Georgia
    by Francis Moore

    Aboriginal Subsistence Technology on the Southeastern Coastal Plain During the Late Prehistoric Period.

    Larson, Lewis H., Jr. Aboriginal Subsistence Technology on the Southeastern Coastal Plain During the Late Prehistoric Period. (Unpublished University of Michigan Ph.D. Dissertation, 1970.)

    America's Inland Waterways
    by National Geographic Society

    American Neptune, vol. XXIII, no 2, The

    Cate, Margaret Davis. "Gascoigne Bluff," reprinted from The American Neptune, vol. XXIII, no 2, Salem, Massachusetts, 1963.

    An Archeological, Ethnohistoric, and Biochemical Investigation of the Guale Aborigines of the Georgia Coastal Strand.

    Wallace, Ronald Lynn. An Archeological, Ethnohistoric, and Biochemical Investigation of the Guale Aborigines of the Georgia Coastal Strand. (Unpublished University of Florida Ph.D. Dissertation, 1975.)

    An Introductory History of St. Simons Island
    by T. Jenkins

    An Island Newcomer's Diary
    by Carita Dawson

    Architectural Digest, December 1987
    Sea Island. John Portman. Entelechy II (two, 2).

    Barrier Island

    British Drums on the Southern Frontier

    Ivers, Larry E. British Drums on the Southern Frontier. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 1974.

    British Officer and St. Simons Island Planter: The Story of Captain Raymond Demere
    by Patrick M. Demere

    Brunswick Area Bi-Centennial 1771-1971

    Brunswick High School 1974 Cutlass Volume 7

    Brunswick High School 1975 Cutlass Volume 8

    Brunswick High School Volume 3

    Brunswick Junior College Crest 1976

    Brunswick: The City by the Sea
    Patricia Barefoot

    Brunswick: The Ocean Port of Georgia
    by Captain Bruce Fendig

    Colonial Georgia, A Study in British Imperial Policy in the Eighteenth Century

    Reese, Trevor R. Colonial Georgia, A Study in British Imperial Policy in the Eighteenth Century. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1963.

    Colonial Life on the Georgia Coast: The Thomas Hird Family at Frederica
    by Nick Honerkamp

    Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Original Papers of Governor John Reynolds 1754-1756. Vol. 27.

    Coleman, Kenneth, and Milton Ready, eds. Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Original Papers of Governor John Reynolds 1754-1756. Vol. 27. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1977.

    Comprehensive Land Use Plan: St. Simons Island and Sea Island Glynn County, Georgia
    Second Draft June 10, 1981

    Cook Papers: 1977-1986
    by Fred Cook, Brunswick, Georgia 1988

    Culture Sequence on the Central Georgia Coast, 1000 B.C. - 1650 A.D.

    Martinez, Carlos A. Culture Sequence on the Central Georgia Coast, 1000 B.C. - 1650 A.D. (Unpublished University of Florida M.A. Thesis, 1975.)

    D Dawn and Other Poems
    by McGarvey

    Dark sails: a tale of old St. Simons
    by Helen Topping Miller

    # Unknown Binding: 256 pages # Publisher: The Bobbs Merrill company (1945) # Language: English # ASIN: B0006AQNUA

    Debatable Land, The

    Bolton, Herbert E., and Mary Ross. The Debatable Land. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1925.

    Driving Tour Old Town Brunswick, Georgia

    Early Days of Coastal Georgia

    Cate, Margaret Davis. And Orrin S. Wightman. Early Days of Coastal Georgia. St. Simons Island: Fort Frederica Association, 1955.

    "Ecological Characterization of the Sea Island Coastal Region of South Carolina and Georgia, in Vol. I: Physical Features of the Characterization Area.

    Mathews, T.D., F.W. Stapor, Jr., C.R. Richter, et al., eds. "Ecological Characterization of the Sea Island Coastal Region of South Carolina and Georgia, in Vol. I: Physical Features of the Characterization Area. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, Washington, D.C., 1980.

    Epworth: A Mission by the Sea

    Martin, S. Walter. Epworth: A Mission by the Sea. Parthenon Press of the United Methodist Publishing House, 1987.

    Falling for Coastal Magic
    by Patricia Barefoot

    Flags of Five Nations
    Burnette Vanstory ed.

    Ford Times

    Fort at Frederica, The
    Manucy, Albert C. The Fort at Frederica. Tallahassee: Florida State University, 1962.

    The Department of Anthropology: Notes in Anthropology, Vol. 5

    Frederica
    by Reese

    Frederica Academy Legend 1975

    Frederica Fare

    Frederica: Colonial Fort and Town
    Reese, Trevor R.. Frederica: Colonial Fort and Town. St. Simons Island: Fort Frederica Association in cooperation with Fort Frederica National Monument, National Park Service United States Department of the Interior, 1969.

    Illustrated by Peter Spier

    loc 74-87745

    Frontier Process in Eighteenth Century Colonial Georgia: An Archeological Approach.

    Honorkamp, Nicholas. Frontier Process in Eighteenth Century Colonial Georgia: An Archeological Approach. (Unpublished University of Florida Ph.D. Dissertation, 1980.)

    "Geology of the Golden Isles and Lower Georgia Coastal Plain," in The Future of the Marshlands and Sea Islands of Georgia.

    Hoyt, J. H. "Geology of the Golden Isles and Lower Georgia Coastal Plain," in The Future of the Marshlands and Sea Islands of Georgia. Ed. D.S. Maney. Georgia Natural Areas Council and Coastal Area Planning and Development Commission, 1968.

    Georgia as a Proprietary Province: The Execution of a Trust

    McCain, James Ross. Georgia as a Proprietary Province: The Execution of a Trust. Spartanburg: The Reprint Company, 1972.

    Georgia Ghosts
    Nancy Roberts

    Georgia Historical Review Featuring Glynn County

    Georgia Sea Islands Festival 1989
    Neptune Park. August 19-20, 1989

    1977 or 78 was first festival. Frankie Quimby was in that group.

    Georgia Trade Tokens
    Partin

    Georgia, A Short History

    Coulter, E. Merton. Georgia, A Short History. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1960.

    Georgia: A Guide to Its Towns and Countryside
    by George G. Leckie. Revised and Extended. American Guide Series. Published by Tupper & Love Atlanta.

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    Georgia's Golden Isles
    Mrs. T.M. Bennett

    Georgia's Land of the Golden Isles
    Vanstory, Burnette. Georgia's Land of the Golden Isles. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1981.

    Germans at Frederica, The
    by George Fenwick Jones

    Ghost Ship of St. Simons Sound, The
    by David F. Linton

    Ghost Stories and Superstitions of Old Saint Simons
    by Burnette Vanstory

    Glynn & McIntosh: Counties On Georgia's Seacoast
    Compiled from Historical writings of Rev. George White, George G. Leckie and the WPA Writers

    Glynn County Comprehensive Plan: Brunswick, Georgia. 1990-2010
    Prepared by: The Glynn County Department of Community Development, Long-Range Planning Section

    Glynn County, Georgia History & Biographies
    Taken from Memoirs of Georgia, and Historical Collections of Georgia by George White

    Golden Isles Cuisine

    Golden Isles of Georgia

    Lovell, Caroline Couper. Golden Isles of Georgia. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1933; reprint ed., Atlanta: Cherokee Publishing Co., 1970.

    Hamilton Plantation on Gascoigne Bluff
    by Mildred Huie Wilcox

    Hampton Plantation at Butler Point
    by Mildred Huie Wilcox

    Hawkins-Davison Houses Frederica
    by Margaret Davis Cate

    High Tide 1948 Volume 1

    High Tide 1972 Volume 25

    High Tide 1973 Volume 26

    High Tide 1976

    High Tide 1986 Volume 39

    High Tide 1990 Volume 43

    Hill-Donnelly August 2001

    Historic Glimpses of St. Simons Island, Georgia - 1736-1924

    Historic Glimpses of St. Simons Island, Georgia - 1736-1924. St. Simons Island: Coastal Georgia Historical Society, 1973.

    "Historic Guale Indians of the Georgia Coast and the Impact of the Spanish Mission Effort," in Tacachale - Essays on the Indians of Florida and Southeastern Georgia during the Historic Period.

    Larson, Lewis H., Jr. "Historic Guale Indians of the Georgia Coast and the Impact of the Spanish Mission Effort," in Tacachale - Essays on the Indians of Florida and Southeastern Georgia during the Historic Period. Eds. Jerald T. Milanich and Samuel Proctor. Gainesville: The University Presses of Florida, 1978.

    Historical Collections of Georgia
    by George White

    History of Brunswick, Georgia
    by Curtis W. Childs

    A Thesis Presented to the Graduate Faculty of Auburn University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts

    Auburn, Alabama August 26, 1960

    Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation, Hopeton-Altama, Elizafield
    by Mildred Huie Wilcox

    Humanizing Georgia's County Jails

    Indians of the Southeastern United States

    Swanton, John R. The Indians of the Southeastern United States. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1979.

    James Edward Oglethorpe, Imperial Idealist

    Ettinger, Amos Aschbach. James Edward Oglethorpe, Imperial Idealist. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1936.

    Jekyl Island: Some Historical Notes and Some Legends; and A Brief Outline of the Early Days of the Jekyl Island Club
    Jekyl Island Some Historical Notes and Some Legends

    Colledcted by Charlotte Marshall Maurice

    and

    A Brief Outline of the Early Days of the Jekyl Island Club

    made by Charles Stewart Maurice

    First printing 1926 Second printing 1938

    Jekyll Island Club Historic District: 100 Years
    McCash, William Barton

    Jekyll Island: A Self Conducted Tour

    Jekyll Island: A State Park
    Tyler E. Bagwell

    John Couper Family At Cannon's Point, The

    Ferguson, T. Reed. The John Couper Family At Cannon's Point. Macon: Mercer University Press, 1994.

    John Portman: An Island on an Island

    Journal of a Residence on a Georgia Plantation in 1838-1839

    Kemble, Frances Ann. Journal of a Residence on a Georgia Plantation in 1838-1839. Ed. John A. Scott. New York: Knopf, Inc., 1961.

    Kelvin Grove
    by Mildred Huie Wilcox

    King's Retreat Plantation
    by Mildred Huie Wilcox

    King's Retreat Plantation: Today and Yesterday
    By Bessie Lewis Editors Mildred Huie and Mildred Wilcox Copyright 1980 by Mildred H. Wilcox and Mildred Nix Huie

    Mildred H. Wilcox, Argyle Place, 1 Black Banks River Drive, St. Simons Island, Georgia, 31522

    With illustrations by Mildred Nix Huie

    Printed by Coastal Printing Company, Brunswick, Georgia


    Sea Island Golf Club House was Tolomato Golf Club was formerly King's Cotton Barn

    Land Protection Plan: Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia

    Laudonniere and Fort Caroline
    Bennett, Charles E. Laudonniere and Fort Caroline. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1964.

    Life Magazine, July 14, 1941
    Sea Island, Sand Sailing

    Life Magazine, June 7, 1948
    Jekyll Island

    Life Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1, November 23, 1936
    Sea Island

    Light of Other Days, The
    by Caroline Couper Lovell.

    Lighthouse (St. Simons Trilogy, v.1) (The St. Simons Trilogy)
    by Eugenia Price

    # Paperback: 352 pages # Publisher: Providence House Publishers; Eugenia Price commemorative ed edition (June 1, 1999) # Language: English # ISBN: 1577361547 # Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 5.3 x 1.1 inches # Shipping Weight: 13.76 ounces

    Editorial Reviews

    Chattanooga Times

    Newcomers to Ms. Price's work should soon join her legions of faithful readers.

    Atlanta Journal Constitution
    A charming and engaging picture of life in the South.

    Rosalyn Carter
    She has a rare talent, and we consider her to be one of our countrys greatest authors.

    Rave Reviews

    A consummate storyteller of meticulously researched and emotionally moving novels of the South.

    Publishers Weekly
    Eugenia Price is a name spoken with affection by millions of readers. . . .

    Book Description
    The saga of James Gould, a young man raised in the post-Revolution North who realizes his dream of designing and building a lighthouse on St. Simons Island in Georgia after much hardship and success.

    From the Publisher

    St. Simon's island is filled with enthralling desire, enchantment, and danger as Eugenia Price's wonderful St. Simon's trilogy begins....

    James Gould is the founder of the Southern dynasty whose rich, bold life Eugenia Price has chronicled in her celebrated novel New Moon Rising. His dream is to make a life for himself in the magnificent, untamed, post-Revolutionary South. How Gould pursues his singular ambition, the exotic people and places he encounters along the way, and especially the beautiful and strong girl who comes to share the dream and life he has chosen, make up the captivating core of this engrossing and extraordinary novel. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

    About the Author
    Eugenia Price (19161996) is an award-winning New York Times best-selling author

    Price has written a total of forty titles, resulting in fifty million copies sold world-wide in eighteen different languages

    Her works have been on the New York Times Best-seller List for as long as eighteen weeks at a time

    Live Oaking, Southern Timber for Tall Ships

    Wood, Virginia Steele. Live Oaking, Southern Timber for Tall Ships. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1981.

    Lost Island
    by Phyllis A Whitney

    Major Butler's Legacy
    Bell, Malcolm. Major Butler's Legacy. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987.

    Marshes of Glynn, The
    Sidney Lanier with photographs by Mose Daniels

    Mercury and PCBs from Linden Chemicals and Plastics (LCP)
    Library: Reports: ATSDR

    Mercury and PCBs from LCP Site Contaminate Waterways: Residents Warned Not to Eat Fish

    excerpted from Hazard Substances and Public Health [ATSDR] Volume 5, Number 2, Spring 1995

    One of the South's most hazardous waste sites, Linden Chemicals and Plastics (LCP), lies just west of the small town of Brunswick, Georgia, a US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official declared after finding high levels of mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and lead in soil and water.

    "This is certainly one of the worst sites we have here in the Southeast, in terms of mercury and PCB contamination," said Paul Peronard, an EPA on-site coordinator. Ranking the site a 9.5 on a pollution scale of 1 to 10, he added: "I've never seen anything this bad."

    Thousands of pounds of mercury and PCBs from the LCP site have contaminated the tidal marshlands around the 550-acre site. Other contaminants of concern are lead, barium, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). Because the marshes drain into the Turtle River and Purvis Creek, health officials have warned the area's 3,259 residents not to consume fish or shellfish caught there.

    The site has been the location of several industrial operations since 1919, when Atlantic Refining Company (now ARCO) operated an oil refinery there. Waste from the refinery was treated, stored, and disposed from 1920 to 1937. From 1937 to 1950, the Georgia Power Company bought parts of the site and operated an oil-fired power plant.

    In 1941, Dixie Paints and Varnish Co. operated a paint manufacturing facility on part of the site. In 1955, Allied Chemical, a division of Hanlin Group Inc., purchased the site except for 2.9 acres of the Georgia Power property and manufactured chlorine, sodium hydroxide, and muriatic acid until 1979. The Hanlin Group, through its wholly owned subsidiary, LCP Chemicals- Georgia Inc., purchased the site and maintained operations until 1994.

    Officials have found mercury concentrations as high as 12,500 parts per million (ppm) and PCBs as high as 3,600 ppm in drainage canals. Pockets of pure elemental mercury have also been found on the site. The EPA's recommended maximum safe level for mercury is 2 ppm; at 20 ppm, mercury is highly toxic, and long-term exposure can cause adverse health effects to the brain, kidneys, and developing fetuses. The maximum safe level for PCBs is .0005 ppm; at 25 ppm, PCBs are considered unsafe for human contact. Studies suggest that PCBs are carcinogens that cause acne-like rashes and may cause liver cancer and reproductive health effects. EPA officials fear that more than 17,000 pounds of PCBs and 200,000 pounds of mercury may have seeped into marshes and other areas around the site. It is estimated that the containment costs of the site will be between $20 and $50 million during the first 2 years of cleanup.

    EPA and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry are working with state officials and local physicians to identify public health problems that may be associated with the LCP site contamination.

    http://www.copa.org/library/reports/atsdr/mercpcb.htm

    More Fun than Heaven

    McKay, Frances Peabody. More Fun than Heaven. St. Petersburg: Valerie Press, 1978.

    Mr. Dooley in the Hearts of His Countrymen
    Finley Peter Dunne

    Musgrove Plantation: Today and Once Upon a Time
    by Burnette Vanstory

    Muskets, Knives and Bloody Marshes: The Fight for Colonial Georgia
    Conner/Saltmarsh Press

    National Geographic Magazine, February 1934

    National Geographic Magazine, March 1971

    Native Flora of the Golden Isles
    by Gladys Fendig and Esther Stewart September 1970

    New Moon Rising (St. Simons Trilogy, Vol. 2) (The St. Simons Trilogy)
    by Eugenia Price

    # Paperback: 352 pages # Publisher: Providence House Publishers; Eugenia Pr edition (February 2000) # Language: English # ISBN: 1577361814 # Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.2 x 1.0 inches # Shipping Weight: 13.92 ounces

    Editorial Reviews

    Book News
    Not since Gone with the Wind has a book told the Souths story in the way that New Moon Rising does. Miss Price has a feeling for the land, for its beauty and its secrets.

    Cincinnati Inquirer
    This is more than a Civil War novel, more than a romance, more than an adventure story. . .This is a novel even for those who don't read fiction, a historical drama for those whom history bores, and a revelation of insights for those who pooh-pooh psychology. This is a book to be read, without qualification.

    Book Description
    In New Moon Rising, Eugenia Price gives us a story of faith and courage that follows the struggle of James Gould's son Horace to find his own place in life. Reaching manhood in the tumultuous years before the Civil War, Horace returns to St. Simons and finds himself disheartened by the intolerance on his beloved island. However, he wins the heart of lovely neighbor Deborah Abbott, who adores her "Mr. Gould" and becomes his wife, despite the difference in their years. She is not concerned with his rumored past, but she is saddened by his lack of faith.

    Filled with romance, hardship, and adventure, this sequel to Lighthouse vividly portrays the antebellum South while revealing an independent man's search for happiness.

    About the Author
    Before making St. Simons Island her home, Eugenia Price, a native of Charleston, West Virginia, was a resident of Chicago with a highly successful career in the thiriving area of radio soap-opera programming. The major networks eagerly sought her creative production talents and Price was well respected in the broadcasting world when her life took a marvelous and powerful turn. God began to use her extraordinary writing gifts to communicate her faith with others.

    Price's earliest books (Discoveries, The Burden Is Light, and Early Will I Seek Thee) gained her enormous popularity as a speaker at religious groups from across the nation and across all denominational lines. Her compelling message was not about doctrine, but about new birth. In rapid succession she wrote books dealing with Christian living, women's faith perspectives, and devotional themes. Her masterful rephrasing of the entire Bible, Beloved World, went through countless printings. Twenty-six highly personal nonfiction works and fourteen novels were ultimately released by the leading publishers of the day.

    Eugenia Price died on May 28, 1996, and is buried at her beloved Christ Churchyard, Frederica, St. Simons Island. Following her death, the Eudgenia Price/Joyce Blackburn Charitable Foundation was established with Blackburn, also a prolific writer, as president. The Foundation holds all publishing rights in perpetuity. Its sustaining purpose is to ensure the availablilty of this written legacy for future generations of readers.

    New Viewpoints in Georgia History

    Saye, Albert B. New Viewpoints in Georgia History. Athens; University of Georgia Press, 1943.

    Oglethorpe in America

    Spalding, Phinizy. Oglethorpe in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977.

    Old Mill Days - St. Simons Mills, Georgia 1874-1908
    Graham, Abbie Fuller. Old Mill Days - St. Simons Mills, Georgia 1874-1908. St. Simons Island: St. Simons Library, 1976.

    Old Mill Days: St. Simons Mills, Georgia 1874-1908
    Abbie Fulller Graham 1877-1974

    Once Upon an Island: The Story of Fabulous Jekyll
    by Tallu Fish

    Our Todays and Yesterdays: Brunswick and the Coastal Islands
    Cate, Margaret Davis. Our Todays and Yesterdays. Brunswick: Glover Brothers, Inc. 1930.

    Pages from the Past, St. Simons Island 1880-1886
    by Engel and Stebbins

    Patriarchial Plantations of St. Simons Island, Georgia
    by Mildred Huie Wilcox

    Promises to Peter
    by Shedd

    Recollections of Glynn
    Edwin H. Ginn

    Reconstruction in Georgia

    Thompson, C. Mildred. Reconstruction in Georgia. Savannah: The Beehive Press. 1972.

    Reflections of Frances
    by Trish Clements

    Reflections of Little Portugal in Old Town Brunswick: A Taste of Portuguese Culture & Cuisine
    by Theresa Martin

    Rising Surf 1985

    Scenic South Magazine

    Scrapbook
    Graham, Abbie Fuller.

    Selden Normal & Industrial Alumnae Association Meet: August 7 & 8, 1982

    Spanish and British Subsistence Strategies at St. Augustine, Florida, and Frederica, Georgia, Between 1565 and 1783.

    Reitz, Elizabeth Jean. Spanish and British Subsistence Strategies at St. Augustine, Florida, and Frederica, Georgia, Between 1565 and 1783. (Unpublished University of Florida Ph.D. Dissertation, 1979.)

    Spanish Missions of Georgia, The

    Lanning, John Tate. The Spanish Missions of Georgia. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1935.

    "Spanish Official Account of the Attack on the Colony of Georgia," in Collections of the Georgia Historical Society, vol. VII, 1913

    "Spanish Official Account of the Attack on the Colony of Georgia," in Collections of the Georgia Historical Society, vol. VII, 1913.

    St. Simons Book of Hours
    by Laurence Gwynn

    St. Simons Island (Book)
    by Burnette Lightle Copyright 1950 Printed by Bowen Press, Decatur, Ga.

    To Himself Who loves The Island as much as I do

    St. Simons Island, Georgia Brunswick and Vicinity: Description and History
    by William W. Hazzard 1825

    St. Simons: A Summary of Its History
    by Edwin Green

    Status Differences and the Archeological Record - A Comparison of Planter, Overseer, and Slave Sites from Cannons Point Plantation.

    Otto, John Solomon. Status Differences and the Archeological Record - A Comparison of Planter, Overseer, and Slave Sites from Cannons Point Plantation. (Unpublished University of Florida Ph.D. Dissertation, 1975.)

    Step It Down
    Bessie Jones and Bess Lomax Hawes

    Strange Fires: The True Story of John Wesley's Love Affair in Georgia

    Ethridge, Willie Snow. Strange Fires: The True Story of John Wesley's Love Affair in Georgia. New York: Vanguard Press, 1971.

    Streets and Squares of Old Town Brunswick, The

    Studies in Early American History: The Legends of Jekyl Island
    by Franklin H. Head

    T. Butler King of Georgia

    Steel, Edward M., Jr. T. Butler King of Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1964.

    Tabby in the Coastal Southeast: The Culture History of an American Building Material.

    Janet B. Gritzner. Tabby in the Coastal Southeast: The Culture History of an American Building Material. (Unpublished Louisiana State University Ph.D. Dissertation, 1978.)

    The Antebellum Barrier Island Plantation: In search of an Archeological Pattern.

    Moore, Sue Mullins. The Antebellum Barrier Island Plantation: In search of an Archeological Pattern. (Unpublished University of Florida Ph.D. Dissertation, 1981.)

    The Beloved Invader (St. Simons Trilogy, Vol. 3) (The St. Simons Trilogy)
    by Eugenia Price

    # Paperback: 320 pages # Publisher: Providence House Publishers; Eugenia Pr edition (July 2000) # Language: English # ISBN: 1577362047 # Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 5.3 x 0.9 inches # Shipping Weight: 12.96 ounces

    Editorial Reviews

    Rosalyn Carter, former First Lady of the United States of America

    She has a rare talent, and we consider her one of our country's greatest authors.

    Chicago Tribune
    This romantic story, with its ambitious theme and its confident answers, is one that will engage and comfort many people.

    Christian Herald
    A novel of the quality and character we hardly hoped to see ever again.

    Book Description

    In this masterful novel by Eugenia Price, a wealthy young northerner, Anson Dodge, shares his heart with two very different women—Ellen, who passionately adores him, and Anna, who comforts him in sorrow. They each surrender themselves to his dreams. Anson’s story unfolds as a beautiful tale of honor when he rebuilds the war-torn Christ Church, Frederica, in memory of happy and lost love.

    From the Publisher
    Lover, determination, and courage abound on a picturesque Georgia island as Eugenia Price's magnificent St. Simon's Trilogy concludes...

    The romantic and deeply moving story of Anson Dodge, a wealthy young Northerner who lost his heart to the people of a Georgia island community and dedicated his life to them. And of the two very different women, the beautiful, worldly Ellen Dodge and the loyal Anna Gould, who loved him enough to surrender themselves completely to his dreams. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

    About the Author

    Before making St. Simons Island her home, Eugenia Price, a native of Charleston, West Virginia, was a resident of Chicago with a highly successful career in the thiriving area of radio soap-opera programming. The major networks eagerly sought her creative production talents and Price was well respected in the broadcasting world when her life took a marvelous and powerful turn. God began to use her extraordinary writing gifts to communicate her faith with others.

    Price's earliest books (Discoveries, The Burden Is Light, and Early Will I Seek Thee) gained her enormous popularity as a speaker at religious groups from across the nation and across all denominational lines. Her compelling message was not about doctrine, but about new birth. In rapid succession she wrote books dealing with Christian living, women's faith perspectives, and devotional themes. Her masterful rephrasing of the entire Bible, Beloved World, went through countless printings. Twenty-six highly personal nonfiction works and fourteen novels were ultimately released by the leading publishers of the day.

    Eugenia Price died on May 28, 1996, and is buried at her beloved Christ Churchyard, Frederica, St. Simons Island. Following her death, the Eudgenia Price/Joyce Blackburn Charitable Foundation was established with Blackburn, also a prolific writer, as president. The Foundation holds all publishing rights in perpetuity. Its sustaining purpose is to ensure the availablilty of this written legacy for future generations of readers.

    The Ethnoarcheology of a Slave Community: The Couper Plantation Site.

    McFarlane, Suzanne S. The Ethnoarcheology of a Slave Community: The Couper Plantation Site. (Unpublished University of Florida M.A. Thesis, 1975.)

    The First Families of Frederica: Their Lives and Locations
    by J.T. Scott

    The Jekyll Island Club (by Brent Monahan)
    by Brent Monahan

    The Jekyll Island Club (by Tyler E. Bagwell)

    The Kent Mound: A Study of the Irene Phase on the Lower Georgia Coast.

    Cook, Fred C. The Kent Mound: A Study of the Irene Phase on the Lower Georgia Coast. (Unpublished Florida State University M.A. Thesis, 1978.)

    The Poems of Sidney Lanier

    The Story of The Page-King Family of Retreat Plantation, St. Simons Island and of the Golden Isles of Georgia
    As told by Florence Marye

    Edited by Edwin R. MacKethan III

    This Happy Isle

    Martin, Harold H. This Happy Isle. Sea Island: Sea Island Company, 1978.

    Time Magazine, July 2, 1965

    Travel & Leisure, March, 1988
    Georgia's Jekyll Island

    Travels of William Bartram, The
    Bartram, William. The Travels of William Bartram. Ed. Mark Van Doren. New York: Dover Publications, 1955.

    United States Naval Air Stations of World War II

    Shettle, Jr., M. L.. United States Naval Air Stations of World War II. Bowersville: Schaertel Publishing Company, 1995.

    Wind at Your Back
    by Dillard Maxwell

    Women on the Colonial Frontier: A Study of Frederica and Early Georgia
    by Phinizy Spalding

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      ,

      Barrier Island

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      Major Butler's Legacy

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      Mercury and PCBs from Linden Chemicals and Plastics (LCP)

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      More Fun than Heaven

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      Mr. Dooley in the Hearts of His Countrymen

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      T. Butler King of Georgia

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