Beyond The Garden Of Good And Evil
"Cruising Georgia’s water world, with its labyrinthine tidal creeks, lonely barrier islands and history-laden coast, is a voyage of rediscovery. On this coast, Guale Indians built middens, Spanish friars preached and French traders trafficked in furs. Along these riverbanks, British Redcoats and rag-tag revolutionaries battled for a nation; nearly 100 years later, the battle to keep that nation raged across its shores."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )
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