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Title: Placenames of Georgia: Essays of John H. ...
Publisher: University of Georgia Press, Athens
Publication Date: 1975
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
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Explanations of the origins of names for towns, roads, streams, and mountains provide information and anecdotes about Georgia's local history.About the Author:
John H. Goff, an economist specializing in transportation, spent most of his adult life in and around Georgia, serving among other duties, as an economist for the Tennessee Valley Authority and as a professor at Auburn University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Emory University. The late Francis Lee Utley was professor of English at Ohio State University, where he taught for thirty-nine years. A man of myriad interests, Professor Utley wrote with equal ease in literature, linguistics, and folklore. His publications span the centuries from Noah's ark to William Faulkner. An archivist in the Georgia Surveyor General Department and an associate of the late Mr. Goff, Marion Hemperley has published a number of articles in the "Georgia Historical Quarterly," "South Carolina Historical Magazine," and "Alabama Historical Quarterly."
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