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Georgia-Specific Guides

Read The Civil War In Georgia, An Illustrated Travellers Guide

Written by the Richard J. Lenz. Featuring more than 200 original color photos by Robb Helfrick, and 20 historic prints in a 8-1/2 x 11 softcover book. Published 1996. ISBN 0-96503-050-4. $19.95. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com.

You may also want to read the Blue and Gray Trail: A Guide to the Civil War Sites in Chattanooga & Northwest Georgia

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Read the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Georgia Coast and Okefenokee

Written by Richard J. Lenz. Foreword by the Georgia Conservancy. This is the best-selling book about the Georgia coast ever published, written by the editor of the series. 352 pages and 22 maps. 2-color. 7x9 inches. 60 original drawings. Photographs. Appendices. Index. Published 1999. ISBN 1-56352-542-9. $18.95. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com. View a complete list of Longstreet Highroad Guides in print.

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Read the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Georgia Mountains

Written by the Georgia Conservancy. Foreword by Jimmy Carter. This best-selling book about the Georgia mountains was written by Georgia Conservancy volunteers and includes Dr. Charles Wharton's important work on the natural history of the Georgia mountains. 288 pages and 55 maps. 2-color. 7x9 inches. 60 original drawings. Photographs. Appendices. Index. Published 1998. ISBN 1-56352-461-9. $18.95. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com. View a complete list of Longstreet Highroad Guides in print.

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Natural Georgia Series Guides

Read About Atlanta's Urban Wildlife

This is a book from the Natural Georgia Series published by Georgia Wildlife Press, a subsidiary of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. To buy the dead trees version of this book, send us an email.

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Read About Georgia's Barrier Islands

This is a book from the Natural Georgia Series published by Georgia Wildlife Press, a subsidiary of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. To buy the dead trees version of this book, send us an email.

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Read About The Chattahoochee River

This is a book from the Natural Georgia Series published by Georgia Wildlife Press, a subsidiary of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. To buy the dead trees version of this book, send us an email.

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Read About The Okefenokee Swamp

This is a book from the Natural Georgia Series published by Georgia Wildlife Press, a subsidiary of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. To buy the dead trees version of this book, send us an email.

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Read About The Fire Forest: Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass Ecosystem

This is a book from the Natural Georgia Series published by Georgia Wildlife Press, a subsidiary of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. To buy the dead trees version of this book, send us an email.

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Read About The Flint River

This is a book from the Natural Georgia Series published by Georgia Wildlife Press, a subsidiary of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. To buy the dead trees version of this book, send us an email.

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Other Highroad Guides

Read the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the California Sierra Nevada

Written by Mark Grossi. Foreword by the The Wilderness Society. 352 pages and 61 maps. 2-color. 7x9 inches. 40 original drawings. Photographs. Appendices. Index. Published 2000. ISBN 1-56352-592-5. $18.95. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com. View a complete list of Longstreet Highroad Guides in print.

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Read the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the North Carolina Mountains

Written by Lynda McDaniel. 320 pages and 51 maps. 2-color. 7x9 inches. Includes 60 original drawings, photographs, appendices, and an index. ISBN 1-56352-463-5. $18.95. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com. View a complete list of Longstreet Highroad Guides in print.

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Read the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Virginia Mountains

Written by Deane and Garvey Winegar. 52 pages and 50 maps. 2-color. 7x9 inches. 60 original drawings. Photographs. Appendices. Index. Published 1998. ISBN 1-56352-462-7. $18.95. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com. View a complete list of Longstreet Highroad Guides in print.

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Read the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Chesapeake Bay

Written by Deane Winegar. Foreword by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. 352 pages and 23 maps. 2-color. 7x9 inches. Includes 60 original drawings, photographs, appendices, index. Published 2000. ISBN 1-56352-544-5. $18.95. Book reviews. Book description. Book reviews. Buy the dead trees version of this book through Amazon.com. View a complete list of Longstreet Highroad Guides in print.

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Other Non-Guide Content

Read Aquatic Fauna in Peril: The Southeastern Perspective

Edited by George W. Benz And David E. Collins. (From the Preface) "We hope that this volume will interest you - for the fate of many of the animals discussed throughout its pages ultimately relies on us. We hope that this volume will perturb you - for it chronicles an unfortunate odyssey which has resulted in the imperilment of much of our natural heritage. Finally, we hope this volume will instill the kind of desire that encourages change - for the loss of our priceless aquatic resources need not continue."

A Related paper from some of the contributors to Aquatic Fauna in Peril is also posted:

Strategy For The Conservation Of Southeastern Imperiled Fishes

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