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Buckhead: A Place for All Time (Newly Revised)
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History

Publisher:  UniBook Publishing Type: 
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338

Copyright:  Jan 1, 1996 ISBN-13:  9781935038085
Non-Fiction

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Written by Susan Kessler-Barnard, this book is a poignant historical account of one of Atlanta's oldest communities from its beginning to 1960. It chronicles the Muscogee/Creek Indians, the War of 1812/Creek Indian War, and the early pioneers. The Civil War, black neighborhoods, almshouses, estates, churches, schools, businesses, the Ku Klux Klan, murders and a kidnapping are described. It is enhanced by personal anecdotes, family histories, and photographs.

 The newly revised,Buckhead: A Place for All Time chronicles the Muscoge e/Creek Indians, the War of 1812 / Creek Indian War, and the early pioneers. The Civil War, black neighborhoods, almshouses, estates, churches, schools, businesses, the Ku Klux Klan, murders and a kidnapping are described. It is enhanced by personal anecdotes, family histories, and photographs.

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It is our good fortune that our author is schooled in archeology, which has allowed her to set the stage at over eight thousand years ago! She tells us of the Indian cultures that likely existed, and how the lands were used. She takes us through the Civil War period and the important battles fought in Buckhead. She gives us a glimpse of modern commerce and hints at the prosperity the place later came to enjoy.


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