Griffin, Georgia: Kudzu Garden
Kyl Cobb (Author)
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DescriptionLocated south of Atlanta, there is a small, all-most forgotten Georgia town called Griffin. While this city is virtually faded from memory today, once it was a thriving center of commerce and culture. From one of the most important Secession speeches given in the pre-War south to hosting the second largest Confederate training camp, Griffin was integral in the War effort. With innovations such as the first paved section of the Dixie Highway and the Georgia Experiment Station, there was a time when Griffin was at the forefront of modern towns. This book contains over 1,000 listings with biographical data of the Gods, Heroes, Farmers, and Villains that created Griffin.
20 June 2016
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