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The Central Savannah River Area is famous for the sand hills that frame both sides of the great river dividing South Carolina and Georgia. Professor and journalist Dr. Tom Mack presents his favorite places in this storied region, from the grand architectural remnants of Aiken's winter colony to Woodrow Wilson's boyhood home in Augusta. Explore Edgefield, where the cemeteri The Central Savannah River Area is famous for the sand hills that frame both sides of the great river dividing South Carolina and Georgia. Professor and journalist Dr. Tom Mack presents his favorite places in this storied region, from the grand architectural remnants of Aiken's winter colony to Woodrow Wilson's boyhood home in Augusta. Explore Edgefield, where the cemeteries are storytellers; Columbia, where Robert Mills- America s first homegrown architect- once plied his trade; and Abbeville, where the last meeting of the Confederate cabinet was held. Discover the secrets of Barnwell's famous sundial and learn which world-renowned pianist once called Aiken home. Visit plantations, museums, monuments and much more in this delightful collection of columns that first appeared in the Aiken Standard.


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The Central Savannah River Area is famous for the sand hills that frame both sides of the great river dividing South Carolina and Georgia. Professor and journalist Dr. Tom Mack presents his favorite places in this storied region, from the grand architectural remnants of Aiken's winter colony to Woodrow Wilson's boyhood home in Augusta. Explore Edgefield, where the cemeteri The Central Savannah River Area is famous for the sand hills that frame both sides of the great river dividing South Carolina and Georgia. Professor and journalist Dr. Tom Mack presents his favorite places in this storied region, from the grand architectural remnants of Aiken's winter colony to Woodrow Wilson's boyhood home in Augusta. Explore Edgefield, where the cemeteries are storytellers; Columbia, where Robert Mills- America s first homegrown architect- once plied his trade; and Abbeville, where the last meeting of the Confederate cabinet was held. Discover the secrets of Barnwell's famous sundial and learn which world-renowned pianist once called Aiken home. Visit plantations, museums, monuments and much more in this delightful collection of columns that first appeared in the Aiken Standard.

5 review for Circling the Savannah:: Cultural Landmarks of the Central Savannah River Area

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    I recently moved to Aiken, SC and wanted to learn a bit about the local history. I saw this book at the Aiken County Historical Museum and decided to check it out at the library. Mack, a USC professor, does a decent job of highlighting some of the landmarks and artifacts of the CSRA (particularly Aiken, Augusta, and Edgefield). The chapter on Aiken (half of the book) was very fascinating, but I lost interest the further I got into the book,

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joe Gawlik

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mark

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gray Long

  5. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

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