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The Georgia Historical Society announces five new collections open for research. These collections cover topics ranging from the removal of the Cherokees; plantation management; women's history; and urban art and development. These collections are available for research at the Georgia Historical Society's headquarters on the corner of Whitaker and Gaston Streets.   Bull Street Improvement Project records (MS 1719) During the late 1980s and 1990s, The Beehive Foundation was instrumental in the preservation and restoration of historic properties and the creation of new infill buildings within Savannah's ...
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Tales never thought of or even imagined are written among these pages; somewhat scary, a little suspenseful, but most definitely funny with very interesting plots with mostly happy endings. Simply written for most all ages to enjoy. Characters? Pirates' minds coping with fear, enlaced with dark dimensions and ghosts, spirits -- and, yes, even more ghosts and spirits. Several other characters involved, such as scientist, tourists, fairies and animals, too! Themes unfold in exotic, mysterious regions around the world, offering nonstop action and adventure episodes at every turn; but, what I truly love are pirates, ghosts and ... market research, surveys and trends
House Hunting: What can you buy? - WBTV 3 News, Weather, Sports ...
Tonight, WBTV is on your side looking at homes in the Queen City and beyond. Our station teamed up with Allen Tate Realtors in Charlotte, and five other stations in our Raycom Media Corporation stations in the Southeast to take a look at what your money buys. Whether you have 100-grand or a half -million, we learned, you don't have to break your bank to find your dream home. There's payoff at almost any price range in the greater Charlotte area. $100,000 Range In our Home Buying project, we start where most do... The starter home. Maria Nowling, with Allen Tate Realtors was our guide to a home in University City, ... market research, surveys and trends


Import Industry News - US Customs Regulations, Import News ...
The Coast Guard said late Thursday that the Port of Morehead City, N.C., had reopened and normal operations resumed after the Unified Command in charge of cleaning up explosives that spilled at the State Port Facility completed the clean up of the hazardous materials from the area. The port was closed on Tuesday morning after a fork-lift operator punctured one or more containers of the highly explosive material PETN. Although no injuries or environmental damage were reported, the port quickly closed and evacuated an area within 300 yards of the port. All vessel traffic was prohibited within the safety zone. Carteret County first ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Georgia Politics Unfiltered: Glynn County Sits On $34 Million ...
Those are the words of Camden County Finance Director Michael Fender who learned recently that neighboring Glynn County has a surplus of $34 million. The Brunswick News reported today that Glynn County has a $34 million reserve fund that "eclipses that of other coastal counties, including one with three times the population." The coastal Georgia paper also said that local politicians are trying to figure out how to spend all that money [Batiwalla, Nevin (2010-5-19). County sitting on $34 million . The Brunswick News . Retrieved on 2010-5-19.]. Here's a novel, but not completely unheard of idea: put some of the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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5 p.m. Aug. 24, Hospice House, 1352 Eisenhower Drive. Planning booklets will be available, and a social worker will explain the forms and walk you through the process at this advance directives planning workshop. Free. For information, call 912-355-2289 or go to . USGBC-Georgia Savannah Branch Meeting 5 p.m. Aug. 24, Wild Wing Cafe, 27 Barnard St. Dennis Hutton will speak on the health benefits of LEED certified schools and how building high-performance LEED certified schools does not cost more than building conventional schools. Free. For information, call 912-272-3776 or go to . ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Susie King Taylor
but sometimes ill all the same. Studied at the Mecca for some years in the mid-90s. Emerged with a purpose, if not a degree. Slowly migrated up the East Coast with a baby and my beloved, until I reached the shores of Harlem. Wrote some stuff along the way. Aug 10 2010, 9:30 AM ET | Comment by Andy Hall Susie King Taylor (1848-1912) was born in Liberty County, Georgia in 1848. Her mother was a house servant to a wealthy planter family, who allowed her to send her oldest children to live with her mother in Savannah. In Savannah she learned to read and write, and in the spring of 1862, in her early teens, escaped to Union forces ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


*Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House Centennial, New York, New York, ... Savannah, Georgia, “Convergence: The IDS Center and 'The Crystal Quilt' Project” ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Fort Pulaski National Monument - Cockspur Island Lighthouse (U.S. ...
Situated on an islet off the southeastern tip of Cockspur Island marking the South Channel of the Savannah River, the Cockspur Lighthouse is stands twelve miles east of the port of Savannah. The islet, often covered by high tide, is comprised of oyster shells, and marsh grass. Documented references suggest the first brick tower, used as a daymark, was built on Cockspur Island between March 1837 and November 1839. In 1848, John Norris, a New York architect, was contracted to supervise construction of an illuminated station. The noted architect designed many of Savannah's grand structures including the U.S. Custom ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Norris, John S. (1804-1876) : NC Architects & Builders : NCSU ...
John S. Norris (1804-July 25, 1876), builder and architect, was born and worked in New York City, but his best known works are his public and private buildings in Wilmington, North Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia, which encompassed Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, and Italianate styles. Typical of his generation, he began his career as a brickmason, then progressed to builder and "architect." Norris was first listed as "architect" in the 1847 New York City directory, but his works in the city have yet to be identified. Despite his extensive work in the South, he maintained his connection with New York ...
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I have been planning ahead for a ginger bread house for Christmas this year. I am looking for a custom top of the line gingerbread house in New york or new jersey can any one help? By custom, you mean hand-made and one-of-a-kind, right? Because I've already seen gingerbread house kits at some of the big stores already. But if you want an original, I'm sure there are pastry chefs or bakeries in your area that may offer gingerbread houses. If not, I've had luck nearly every year finding a gingerbread house competition in my area, where they often sell them or have a silent auction for charity after ...
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