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  • Cook, Eugene (, 1816-02-15)
    Copy of Memorandum from Georgia Attorney General Eugene Cook to Georgia Gov. Marvin Griffin in 1957 on the subject of the rights of the Federal Government to send troops into a state. This document was prepared after the ...
  • Brookes, Iveson I., Rev. (Macon, Georgia: Rose & Slade, 1830)
    This is a G to G+ copy of a Georgia imprint from a time when the Cherokees were still an independent nation covering most of North Georgia and the Creeks could still have given Monticello a scare.
  • Force, Peter (Washington: Peter Force, 1835)
    Brief Account of the Establishment of the Colony of Georgia under Gen. James Oglethorpe. February 1, 1733. Washington: printed by Peter Force. 1835. , 1733. Washington: printed Evo. 15 pp. $150.00 #9986
  • Comstock, J.L. (Pratt, Woodford, and Co., 1850)
    NATURAL HISTORY of BIRDS with Engravings, on A NEW Plan, EXHIBITING THEIR COMPARATIVE SIZE; adapted To The Capacities Of Youth; WITH AUTHENTIC ANECDOTES, illustrating Their Habits And Characters; Together With reflections, ...
  • Unknown author (1851)
    The Alapaha Store manifest is a handwritten accounting of the goods and customers that visited the Alapaha Store, a post road general store in Lakeland, Georgia, (which used to be called Alapaha-Alapaha became Milltown ...
  • Waring, James J. (Savannah, Georgia: Morning News Steam Printing House, 1879)
    This substantial document deals with the yellow fever epidemic in Savannah in 1876. The author, James J. Waring, was the Chairman of the Dry Culture Committee (try imagining what that means without this book as a guide.) ...
  • Head, Franklin H. (Chicago: Priv. print, 1902)
    The Legends of Jekyll Island By Franklin H. Head. This work was originally read before the Chicago Historical Society in (k2 and was then printed in New England Magazine without comment. DeRenne, having acquired a copy of ...
  • Unknown author (Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1915-01-24)
    Richmond Times-Dispatch, January 24, 1915. Vol. 65; No. 24. Part 6, page 43 (two copies, one only has the pictures). -- The Oldest Pictures of War in France: Renewed Interests in the Bayeux Tapestry Invasion of England in ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-02-20)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- The World Today Commemorates the Great Life That Ended 300 Years Ago -- Shakespeare's Fame Still "In It's Great Morning": Famous and Popular at Thirty, His Name ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-02-27)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- Shakespeare The Great Creator of Tragedy: "In His Isolated Achievement Tragedy Climbed to Its Supreme Summit and Vanished" -- The Mines From Which He Dug His ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-03-05)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916 -- Shakespeare's Heroines As Human Beings: Others Gave Only Femininity to Their Women Characters -- The Heroines As Viewed From the Stage: On Every Fresh Perusal of ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-03-12)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- Odds Against Shakespeare on Stage Today: This Is a Generation in Which Theatre Audiences Have Been Carefully Trained Away From Him -- The Actor's Problems With ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-03-26)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- How Each Age Finds New Flaws in Shakespeare: Each Praises---But Rewrites Him, And Is Laughed at by the Next -- How He Used Masques, The Craze of the Day: Gay ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-04-16)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- He Conquered France But Slowly: The Long, Hard Battle of Shakespeare's Fame to Overcome the Wall of Prejudice Erected By Voltaire -- But Germany Made a National ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-04-23)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916.-- Shakespeare's Comedy A Growth -- Falstaff Still Beset By Men In Buckram -- Putting Shakespeare In A Procrustes' Bed -- Look On Hamlet's Picture, And On Quixote's.
  • Allen, James S. (New York: International Publishers, 1938)
    The present pamphlet is based upon an earlier brochure under the same title first published in 1932. Since then, important changes in the United States and in the world situation have rendered sections of the old pamphlet ...
  • Tawāba, Fanté, transcriber. (2016)
    Handwritten and bound medieval Ge'ez chant book, written on partchment in wooden cover and leather case. Created by unknown author in Ethopia, no date.
  • McConnell, Andrew Jackson Jr.; Coleman, John Albert Feaster (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2018)
    The diary was written in pocket-sized editions and each was sent home after it was completed. The collection in the Valdosta State Archives has two folders, each containing an identical copy of the McConnell diary. The ...

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