Vanishing Towns of Rural Georgia
by Andy Kite
Vanishing Towns of Rural Georgia
   written and photographed by Andy Kite


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Diane Cox said:   August 13, 2011 6:45 am PST
Andy, it's terrific that a person your age is so aware of the beginnings of our state. I too have been writing about vanishing Georgia towns, and I share your enthusiasm.

Melanie Sherman said:   August 2, 2011 6:26 am PST
Growing up in rural Georgia (Ellabell-Bryan County), I have great appreciation for what you have done here. I cannot wait to get a copy of your book and just wanted to thank you for bringing to light some of the jewels of our great state. Ellabell, Midway, Groveland and Daisy may be worth checking out. If your are interested please contact me, I would to accompany you in your research.

Edwin Gravitt said:   February 12, 2011 9:00 am PST
Keep up the good work, Andy. Franklin County, Georgia still has some old town flavorings, available in Carnesville (county seat of government), Lavonia (largest city) Royston (2nd largest city), Franklin Springs (Home of Emmanuel College) shares city limit boundary with Royston (3rd largest). Ashland Corners Community, Sandy Cross Community and Redwine Community. I think you would enjoy visiting historical Franklin County and cordially invite you to come over anytime to visit with us.

Paul said:   January 7, 2011 8:00 am PST
Andy, thanks for sharing and for coming by today. I'm sure you can find some more vanishing places should you choose to come to Athens for the next few years. Best wishes on the trail this w/e. Keep warm!

Bridget Doss said:   November 30, 2010 3:14 pm PST
Great job, Andy! I can't wait to get my copy!

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