Savannah Revisited

$29.99

by MILLS LANE
PDF Version
isbn 0-88322-042-3

A lavishly illustrated book depicting the history, people and architecture of one of the South’s classic cities.
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  • 252 pages
  • 199 illustrations

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Today Savannah is a gentle, faded old city of shadowy, cobbled streets, handsome but sometimes decayed houses, a noble town plan of verdant squares and the nostalgic atmosphere of lost greatness. The colonial capital of Georgia, Savannah became one of the famous ports of the Cotton Kingdom during the nineteenth century. This richly illustrated book revisits Savannah’s glory days by means of prints, drawings, old and new photographs (some never before published) and a thoughtful but often amusing text. This is the fifth edition of a classic history that remains unrivaled by any other publication of its kind.

We are thrilled to now be able to offer SAVANNAH REVISITED in a downloadable PDF version. This PDF document is a scanned replica of the original volume.

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