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A new book for the Savannah fans

I follow different Savannah-themed pages on Facebook such as E Shaver Booksellers, "Visit Savannah", and etc. This popped up in my news feed this morning.

Last Thanksgiving I did an architectural walking tour and was fascinated by the story of James Oglethorpe. I highly recommend the tour, and I'd be willing to bet this book is really interesting.

If you happen to be in Savannah this weekend, the author is having a book signing at E Shaver.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Oglethorpe-Plan-Enlightenment-Savannah/dp/0813932904

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