THE ARTFUL TABLE is a unique collection of masterpiece-inspired menus for every season.
ATLAS OF THE CIVIL WAR, MONTH BY MONTH is a panoramic, chronological view of the war's action.
THE BREEDING BIRD ATLAS OF GEORGIA is the first statewide distributional survey of Georgia's breeding birds.
BROTHERS IN CLAY tells the story of Georgia's rich folk pottery tradition.
CRAIG CLAIBORNE'S SOUTHERN COOKING includes more than three hundred of the iconic New York Times food writer's favorite recipes.
CROSSROADS OF CONFLICT is an essential guide for touring Civil War sites in Georgia.
DAMN GOOD DOGS! provides the backstory to more than fifty years of collegiate sports history and includes new material on Uga VI, Uga VII, Uga VIII, and Russ.
DEMOCRACY RESTORED is a lavish history of the Capitol and its recent restoration.
FAVORITE WILDFLOWER WALKS IN GEORGIA is a guide to the best places to enjoy Georgia wildflowers in their natural settings.
FROM MUD TO JUG celebrates the history and living traditions of the renowned northeast Georgia folk pottery clans.
GEORGIA QUILTS is the first comprehensive record of quilting's long and diverse tradition in Georgia.
HENRI JOVA looks back at the life and career of the architect Henri Jova.
JACK LONDON, PHOTOGRAPHER is the first book to showcase the remarkable photography of one of America's best-known writers.
JOHN PORTMAN features Atlanta architect John Portman's fine art and projects from throughout his career.
A LITERARY GUIDE TO FLANNERY O'CONNOR'S GEORGIA is a visually stunning guide to the physical world of a profoundly spiritual and wildly imaginative writer.
MARION MANLEY is the first comprehensive, illustrated work of Miami's first woman architect.
NATHALIE DUPREE'S SOUTHERN MEMORIES is the culmination of the television host and author's lasting love affair with Southern food and Southern living.
NEAT PIECES is the classic sourcebook on indigenous southern furniture and now features full-color photos.
THE NEW ROAD is a moving study of the effect of road building on landscape and culture.
NEW SOUTHERN COOKING is a classic recipe collection from the ultimate envoy of southern cooking.
AN ORNAMENT TO THE CITY is the first illustrated, narrative history of the decorative ironwork of Mobile, Alabama.
PEACHTREE CREEK is a compelling mix of urban travelogue, local history, and call for conservation.
PHILIP JURAS: THE SOUTHERN FRONTIER offers a glimpse of the presettlement southern wilderness as late eighteenth-century naturalist William Bartram would have experienced it during his famed travels through the region.
THE PILLARED CITY presents a richly illustrated overview of the Greek Revival period in Mobile, Alabama.
A PORTRAIT OF HISTORIC ATHENS AND CLARKE COUNTY is the definitive account of one of the South's most dynamic small cities.
THE SEASONS OF CUMBERLAND ISLAND is a breathtaking look at one of America's most beautiful barrier islands.
SOUTHERN COOKING is the starting place for anyone in search of authentic dishes done in the traditional style.
SPIRITS OF THE AIR examines the complex and changeable influences of birds on the Native American worldview.
WILLIAM BARTRAM, THE SEARCH FOR NATURE'S DESIGN presents new material that expands our knowledge of Bartram as an explorer, naturalist, artist, writer, and citizen of the early Republic.
THE WORK OF JOE WEBB is a photographic study of the work of a log cabin craftsman.
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