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A Brief Bibliography Pertaining to Colonial Georgia and Wormsloe:

Bragg, William Harris. De Renne: Three Generations Of A Georgia Family.       UGA Press, Athens, GA. 1999.

Carl Vinson Institute of Government. Teaching About Early Georgia: Eight        Lesson Plans by Classroom Teachers. Carl Vinson Institute of        Government, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 1983.

Coleman, Kenneth. Colonial Georgia~~A History. Charles Scribner's Sons        New York. 1976.

Coulter, E. Merton. Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family. UGA        Press, Athens, GA. 1955.

Davis, Harold E. The Fledgling Province: Social and Cultural Life in Colonial        Georgia, 1733-1776. UNC Press, Chapel Hill, NC 1976.

Hvidt, Krisitian, ed. Von Reck's Voyage, Georgia in 1736. Beehive Press,        Savannah, GA.1980.

Inscoe, John C. James Edward Oglethorpe: New Perception on His Life and         Legacy. Georgia Historical Society, 1997.

Ivers, Larry E. British Drums on the Southern Frontier: The Military Colonization of Georgia, 1733-1749. UNC Press, Chapel Hill, NC. 1976.

Jackson, Harvey H. and Phinizy Spalding, eds. Forty Years of Diversity: Essays of Colonial Georgia. UGA Press, Athens, GA. 1984.

Kelso, William M. Captain Jones's Wormsloe: A Historical, Archeological, and Architectural Study of an Eighteenth-Century Plantation Site Near Savannah, Georgia. UGA Press, Athens, GA. 1979.

Spalding, Phinizy. Oglethorpe in America: The Story of Georgia's Founding        Father. UGA Press, Athens, GA. 1984.

Temple, Sarah B. Gober and Kenneth Coleman. Georgia Journeys. UGA        Press, Athens, GA. 1961.

Weeks, Carl Solana. Savannah in the time of Peter Tondee. Summerhouse        Press, Columbia, SC, 1997.



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