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432 pp. | 10 x 12 | 286 color photos, 18 b&w photos, 5 maps hardcover | $39.95 $27.96 978-0-8203-4935-0 A Wormsloe Foundation Publication

Forty-seven early houses of worship, from all areas of the state, are portrayed here in stunning color photographs accompanied by brief histories and informative captions. Anyone who loves history or architecture will be captivated by the simple elegance of these sanctuaries and their surrounding grounds and cemeteries.

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HISTORIC RURAL CHURCHES OF GEORGIA Sonny Seals and George S. Hart Foreword by President Jimmy Carter Introduction by John Thomas Scott

“A pilgrimage into the heart and soul of Georgia’s history and culture. It is deserving of a mighty mighty praise.”—Janisse Ray, author of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood

A PRESIDENT IN OUR MIDST Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Georgia Kaye Lanning Minchew

WHISPERIN’ BILL ANDERSON An Unprecedented Life in Country Music Bill Anderson with Peter Cooper Known as “Whisperin’ Bill” to generations of fans, Anderson is the only songwriter in country music history to have a song on the charts in each of the past seven consecutive decades. Like one of his many hits, this honest and revealing life story will grab you by the heart.

360 pp. | 6 x 9 | 44 b&w photos hardcover | $29.95 $20.96 978-0-8203-4966-4 Music of the American South • Published in part through a generous gift from Gus Arrendale

"Very few songwriters or artists will be prolific or talented enough to enjoy two or maybe three decades of success. Bill Anderson is going on seven. His words and melodies are part of the very foundation upon which country music is built. What an amazing life and career."—Brad Paisley

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“A fascinating collection of stories, eyewitness recollections, and photographs. It’s a wonderful addition to the library of Rooseveltiana.”—James Tobin, author of The Man He Became: How FDR Defied Polio to Win the Presidency

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272 pp. | 10 x 8 | 200 b&w photos hardcover | $34.95 $24.46 978-0-8203-4918-3

Franklin Delano Roosevelt loved Georgia—and Georgians— so much that he visited the state forty-one times between 1924 and 1945. This rich gathering of photographs and remembrances recalls the vital role of Georgia’s people and places in FDR’s life and career.

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432 pp. | 10 x 12 | 286 color photos, 18 b&w photos, 5 maps hardcover | $39.95 $27.96 978-0-8203-4935-0 A Wormsloe Foundation Publication

Forty-seven early houses of worship, from all areas of the state, are portrayed here in stunning color photographs accompanied by brief histories and informative captions. Anyone who loves history or architecture will be captivated by the simple elegance of these sanctuaries and their surrounding grounds and cemeteries.

HOLIDAY GIFTS for every INTEREST &TASTE!

Non-profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Athens, GA Permit No. 165

HISTORIC RURAL CHURCHES OF GEORGIA Sonny Seals and George S. Hart Foreword by President Jimmy Carter Introduction by John Thomas Scott

“A pilgrimage into the heart and soul of Georgia’s history and culture. It is deserving of a mighty mighty praise.”—Janisse Ray, author of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood

A PRESIDENT IN OUR MIDST Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Georgia Kaye Lanning Minchew

WHISPERIN’ BILL ANDERSON An Unprecedented Life in Country Music Bill Anderson with Peter Cooper Known as “Whisperin’ Bill” to generations of fans, Anderson is the only songwriter in country music history to have a song on the charts in each of the past seven consecutive decades. Like one of his many hits, this honest and revealing life story will grab you by the heart.

360 pp. | 6 x 9 | 44 b&w photos hardcover | $29.95 $20.96 978-0-8203-4966-4 Music of the American South • Published in part through a generous gift from Gus Arrendale

"Very few songwriters or artists will be prolific or talented enough to enjoy two or maybe three decades of success. Bill Anderson is going on seven. His words and melodies are part of the very foundation upon which country music is built. What an amazing life and career."—Brad Paisley

keep up to date with the university of georgia press

“A fascinating collection of stories, eyewitness recollections, and photographs. It’s a wonderful addition to the library of Rooseveltiana.”—James Tobin, author of The Man He Became: How FDR Defied Polio to Win the Presidency

Main Library, Third Floor 320 South Jackson Street Athens, Georgia 30602 www.ugapress.org

This project was made possible, in part, by the generous support of the Norman and Emmy Lou Illges Foundation • Published in association with Georgia Humanities

the university of georgia press

272 pp. | 10 x 8 | 200 b&w photos hardcover | $34.95 $24.46 978-0-8203-4918-3

Franklin Delano Roosevelt loved Georgia—and Georgians— so much that he visited the state forty-one times between 1924 and 1945. This rich gathering of photographs and remembrances recalls the vital role of Georgia’s people and places in FDR’s life and career.

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Featuring personal photos and behind-thescenes memories of eight first families (from the Maddoxes to the Deals), Memories of the Mansion captures the rhythms of daily life in the state’s most public house. “Lavished with photographs and brimming with anecdotes . . . as well as historical details about the building and its museum-quality contents.” —Atlanta Magazine • Presidential Citation, Georgia Historical Society • Winner, Award for Excellence in Research, Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council • A Book All Georgians Should Read, Georgia Center for the Book

240 pp. | 9 x 12 | 247 color and b&w photos hardcover | $39.95 $27.96 | 978-0-8203-4859-9 Published in cooperation with the University of Georgia Libraries and Kennesaw State University

BLOOD, BONE, AND MARROW A Biography of Harry Crews Ted Geltner Foreword by Michael Connelly The first-ever biography of the writer whose work and life define the “Dirty South.” "Harry Crews led a big, strange, sad and somehow very American life. It is well told here."— New York Times • A Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year

448 pp. | 6 x 9 | 39 b&w photos hardcover | $32.95 $23.06 | 978-0-8203-4923-7 A Bradley Hale Fund for Southern Studies Publication

INSPIRED GEORGIA Edited by Judson Mitcham, Michael David Murphy, and Karen L. Paty This unique collection showcases some of the best and most powerful pieces penned by Georgia poets and images shot by Georgia photographers in recent years. 160 pp. | 10 x 10 | 50 color photos hardcover | $34.95 $24.46 | 978-0-8203-4934-3 A copublication with Georgia Council for the Arts, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Georgia Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Arts

PARTY OUT OF BOUNDS The B-52’s, R.E.M., and the Kids Who Rocked Athens, Georgia

LANDSCAPES FOR THE PEOPLE George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service Ren and Helen Davis Foreword by Timothy Davis "When we think of seminal American landscape photographers, we name Ansel Adams and Eliot Porter. We can now add George Alexander Grant, thanks to Ren and Helen Davis, who have reclaimed Grant's invaluable yet forgotten work.”—Booklist • Winner, Gold Medal, Foreword Reviews' INDIEBFAB Book of the Year Award

280 pp. | 10 x 9 | 207 duotones hardcover | $39.95 $27.96 | 978-0-8203-4841-4 A Friends Fund Publication

ISLAND TIME An Illustrated History of St. Simons Island, Georgia Jingle Davis Photographs by Benjamin Galland “Well researched, engagingly written, and beautifully presented.”—Elegant Island Living • Winner, Award for Excellence in Documenting Georgia's History, Georgia Historical Records Advisory Board • Winner, Georgia Author of the Year Awards, Georgia Writers Association

288 pp. | 10 x 9 | 171 color photos, 47 b&w photos, 3 maps hardcover | $34.95 $24.46 | 978-0-8203-4245-0 A Friends Fund Publication

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The ultimate insider’s look at the underground rock music culture that sprang from a lazy Georgia college town in the 1970s and 1980s. This twenty-fifth-anniversary edition includes new and rarely seen photographs by locals on the scene; a foreword by Charles Aaron, former editor and writer at SPIN magazine; and an afterword by producer and musician David Barbe. “Really captures the rhythm and feel of the Athens music scene. Rodger should know—he was there from the beginning.”—Peter Buck of R.E.M. 272 pp. | 5.5 x 8.5 | 41 b&w photos paper | $24.95 $17.46 | 978-0-8203-5040-0 Music of the American South • A copublication with the University of Georgia Music Business School

ISLAND PASSAGES An Illustrated History of Jekyll Island, Georgia Jingle Davis Photographs by Benjamin Galland “Jekyll’s notable history and unique geology is interwoven throughout the pages.” —Golden Isles Magazine 288 pp. | 10 x 9 | 204 color and b&w images, 8 maps hardcover | $34.95 $24.46 | 978-0-8203-4869-8 A Friends Fund Publication

SOUTHERN TUFTS The Regional Origins and National Craze for Chenille Fashion Ashley Callahan Foreword by Madelyn Shaw “A thoroughly researched survey of the fuzzy fabric's history . . . A highlight of the book is the scores of photos of beautifully detailed robes, capes, coats, skirts, jackets and bedspreads." —Atlanta Journal-Constitution • Georgia Center for the Book, 2016 Books All Georgian Should Read • Winner, Lilla M. Hawes Award, Georgia Historical Society • Winner, Award for Excellence in Research, Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council

256 pp. | 7 x 9 | 171 color and b&w images, 1 diagram, 2 maps hardcover | $39.95 $27.96 | 978-0-8203-4516-1

THE SOUTHERN FOODWAYS ALLIANCE COMMUNITY COOKBOOK Edited by Sara Roahen and John T. Edge Foreword by Alton Brown

COURTHOUSES OF GEORGIA Association County Commissioners of Georgia Photographs by Greg Newington Text by George Justice “Beautiful and informative.”—Library Journal

"An instant classic."—Time • Winner, Gourmand Magazine Cookbook Awards • Finalist, International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Awards

296 pp. | 7.5 x 9.5 | 170 recipes paper | $24.95 $17.46 | 978-0-8203-4858-2 Published in association with the Southern Foodways Alliance • A Friends Fund Publication

FIELD GUIDE TO THE WILDFLOWERS OF GEORGIA AND SURROUNDING STATES Linda G. Chafin Hugh and Carol Nourse, Chief Photographers “Will appeal to professional botanists as well as budding naturalists.” —Atlanta Journal-Constitution 488 pp. | 6 x 9 | 860 regular and 828 thumbnail color photos, 10 line drawings, 3 maps paper |$32.95 $23.06 | 978-0-8203-4868-1

• Winner, Award for Advocacy, Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council • Finalist, Georgia Author of the Year Awards, Georgia Writers Association

368 pp. | 12 x 9 | 160 color photos, 10 maps hardcover | $34.95 $24.46 | 978-0-8203-4688-5 Published in association with Georgia Humanities

MINERALS OF GEORGIA Their Properties and Occurrences Robert B. Cook and Julian C. Gray Edited by Jose Santamaria “The ultimate bible of Georgia’s mineralogy.” —Gems and Gemology 360 pp. | 6 x 9 | 167 color photos, 3 tables, 1 map paper | $32.95 $23.06 | 978-0-8203-4558-1 A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book

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