Touring the Backroads of North and South Georgia
The 15 tours in this book--the ninth volume in the Touring the Backroads series--hold surprises even for longtime Georgia residents. Avoiding the major thoroughfares whenever possible, the authors seek hidden treasures. From the place where the peach was introduced to Georgia to the home of Joel Chandler Harris, this guide is filled with information on scenic vistas, people--famous and colorful--and the tangible remainders or tales they have left behind.
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