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by Marilyn Neisler Windham

Download Peach County: The World's Peach Paradise   (GA)  (Images of America) ePub
  • ISBN 0752405497
  • ISBN13 978-0752405490
  • Language English
  • Author Marilyn Neisler Windham
  • Publisher Arcadia Publishing (May 6, 1997)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats lit docx txt mbr
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
  • Size ePub 1222 kb
  • Size Fb2 1802 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Book by Windham, Marilyn Neisler

Peach County: The Worldas Peach Paradise is a delightful visual history that features a newly discovered and quite .

Peach County: The Worldas Peach Paradise is a delightful visual history that features a newly discovered and quite remarkable photographic collection and brings to life one of the most formative periods in Peach Countyas history. The 1920s were a magical time in Peach County, Georgia. From rare images of events at the festival-including barbecues with mile-long serving tables and pageants with incredibly ornate costumes-to a wide range of photographs of Fort Valley in the early twentieth century, this visual history is a delight to delve into and a reminder of the need to preserve the rich and varied heritage of Peach.

Peach County: The World's Peach Paradise

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The peach was of tremendous importance to the economy and people of Peach County, and when Fort Valley decided in 1922 .

The peach was of tremendous importance to the economy and people of Peach County, and when Fort Valley decided in 1922 to host the first Peach Blossom Festival and to invite the world, the worldresponded. From rare images of events at the festival-including barbecues with mile-long serving tables and pageants with incredibly ornate costumes-to a wide range of photographs of Fort Valley in the early twentieth century, this visual history is a delight to delve into and a reminder of the need to preserve the rich and varied heritage of Peach County, Georgia.

Peach County: The World's Peach Paradise is a delightful visual history that features a newly discovered and quite remarkable photographic collection and brings to life one of the most formative periods in Peach County's history

Peach County: The World's Peach Paradise is a delightful visual history that features a newly discovered and quite remarkable photographic collection and brings to life one of the most formative periods in Peach County's history. For one day every year from 1922 to 1926 a Greek-style event in fairy-tale fashion-the Peach Blossom Festival, the precursor of the Georgia Peach Festival-was held in honor of the peach in the county seat.

0752405497 Images of America. Peach County : the World's Peach Paradise.

The World's Peach Paradise is a delightful visual history that features a newly .

book by Marilyn Neisler Windham. Peach County: The World's Peach Paradise is a delightful visual history that features a newly discovered and quite remarkable photographic collection and brings to life one of the most formative periods in Peach County's history.

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