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  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:United States / State & Local / South
  • Language:English
  • Pages:38
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350903331

Comprehensive Index to Low Country Historian

A Buddy Sullivan Omnibus

by Buddy Sullivan

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Supplemental comprehensive Index to Low Country Historian
Because of space limitations in the published volume Low Country Historian by Buddy Sullivan, it has been necessary to issue this expanded Index as a separate, supplementary publication to accommodate the numerous additional reference citations. It should be noted that a shortened, abbreviated, index is also included within the main book that contains page citations to topical subjects that are sub-indexed—for example, Sapelo Island, Darien, Harris Neck, cotton cultivation, etc.—along with those to places, personages and events that are important components of the history of McIntosh County and coastal Georgia. All of these are also included in this supplement. The hundreds of additional citations in this publication provide reference to virtually every person, place or event discussed in the main book. Thus, this is a comprehensive reference tool to what is an equally comprehensive study to various aspects of the history, ecology, and culture of the author's selected case studies of the Georgia low country.
About the author
BUDDY SULLIVAN, author of Low Country Historian and compiler of this companion supplemental Index, has written numerous publications about the history, culture and ecology of coastal Georgia. Among other awards he is a recipient of the Governor's Medal in the Humanities from the Georgia Humanities Council in recognition of his literary contributions to the state. Sullivan is a fourth generation native of McIntosh County, Georgia, a small low country community which has long been the focus of his research. He was a sports writer for newspapers in Georgia and Florida from 1971 to 1985 before serving as editor of the Darien (Ga.) News from 1985 to 1993. He was supervisor of the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve from 1993 to 2013, and is now an independent writer and consultant, residing on ancestral property at Cedar Point in McIntosh County. In addition to Low Country Historian, Sullivan's recent books include Sapelo: People and Place on a Georgia Sea Island; Historical Atlas of McIntosh County, Georgia; Child-Life on the Tidewater; Darien, Georgia: A History of the Town & It's Environs; and Postbellum Sapelo: The Reconstruction Journal of Archibald Carlisle McKinley. He is also the author of Georgia: A State History, and the comprehensive Early Days on the Georgia Tidewater.