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William Wright Abbot. The Royal Governors of Georgia, 1754-1775. University of North Carolina Press. 1959. 198pp. For the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg.

Numan V. Bartley. From Thurmond to Wallace: Political Tendencies in Georgia, 1948-1968. Johns Hopkins Press. 1970. 117pp.

Numan V. Bartley. The Creation of Modern Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1990. 279pp.

Ronald L. Byrnside. Music in Eighteenth-Century Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1997. 146pp.

James Charles Cobb. Georgia Odyssey. University of Georgia Press. 1997. 152pp.

Kenneth Coleman. A History of Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1991. 461pp.

Kenneth Coleman. Georgia History in Outline. University of Georgia Press. 1978. 129pp.

Kenneth Coleman. The American Revolution in Georgia, 1763-1789. University of Georgia Press. 1958. 352pp.

Ellis Merton Coulter. Georgia: A Short History. University of North Carolina Press. 1960. 537pp.

John Dittmer. Black Georgia in the Progressive Era, 1900-1920. University of Illinois Press. 1980. 256pp.

Edmund L. Drago. Black Politicians and Reconstruction in Georgia: A Splendid Failure. University of Georgia Press. 1992. 211pp.

Arnold Fleischmann; Carol Pierannunzi. Politics in Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1997. 348pp.

Millard B. Grimes. The Last Linotype: The Story of Georgia and Its Newspapers Since World War II. Mercer University Press. 1985. 673pp.

Joel Chandler Harris. Georgia from the Invasion of De Soto to Recent Times. New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1896. 315pp.

Harold P. Henderson; Gary L. Roberts (editors). Georgia Governors in an Age of Change: From Ellis Arnall to George Busbee. University of Georgia Press. 1988. 352pp.

Harvey H. Jackson; Phinizy Spalding (editors). Forty Years of Diversity: Essays on Colonial Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1984. 324pp. Conference proceedings, Savannah, 1983.

Spencer B. King, Jr.. Georgia Voices: A Documentary History to 1872. University of Georgia Press. 1966. 370pp.

Calvin Kytle; James A. Mackay. Who Runs Georgia?. University of Georgia Press. 1998. 296pp.

George R. Lamplugh. Politics on the Periphery: Factions and Parties in Georgia, 1783-1806. University of Delaware Press. 1986. 223pp.

Mills Lane. The People of Georgia: An Illustrated Social History. Beehive Press. 1975. 350pp.

Laughlin McDonald. A Voting Rights Odyssey: Black Enfranchisement in Georgia. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 254pp.

Andrew S. Moore. The South's Tolerable Alien: Roman Catholics in Alabama and Georgia, 1945-1970. LSU Press. 2007. 210pp.

Peter Nasmyth. Georgia: In the Mountains of Poetry. Routledge. 2001. 306pp. Revised edition.

Christopher H. Owen. The Sacred Flame of Love: Methodism and Society in Nineteenth-Century Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1998. 290pp.

Michael E. Price. Stories with a Moral: Literature and Society in Nineteenth-Century Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 2000. 394pp.

John R. Scales. Sherman Invades Georgia: Planning the North Georgia Campaign Using a Modern Perspective. Naval Institute Press. 2006. 213pp.

Thomas Allan Scott. Cornerstones of Georgia History: Documents That Formed the State. University of Georgia Press. 1995. 265pp.

Richard Harrison Shryock. Georgia and the Union in 1850. Duke University Press. 1926. 406pp.

George Gilman Smith. The History of Methodism in Georgia and Florida: From 1785 to 1865. Macon, GA: J. W. Burke & Co.. 1877. 530pp.

Buddy Sullivan. Georgia: A State History. Arcadia Publishing. 2003. 208pp.

Clara Mildred Thompson. Reconstruction in Georgia: Economic, Social, Political, 1865-1872. Ayer Publishing. 1971. 418pp.

Stephen G. N. Tuck. Beyond Atlanta: The Struggle for Racial Equality in Georgia, 1940-1980. University of Georgia Press. 2001. 341pp.

Mark V. Wetherington. Plain Folk's Fight: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Piney Woods Georgia. UNC Press. 2005. 383pp.

David K. Wilson. The Southern Strategy: Britain's Conquest of South Carolina and Georgia, 1775-1780. University of South Carolina Press. 2005. 341pp.

Betty Wood. Women's Work, Men's Work: The Informal Slave Economies of Lowcountry Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 1995. 247pp.

Lewis Nicholas Wynne. The Continuity of Cotton: Planter Politics in Georgia, 1865-1892. Mercer University Press. 1986. 200pp.




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