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Ossabaw

David Hamilton

Ossabaw

by David Hamilton

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Published by Salt in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Poems.

StatementDavid Hamilton.
The Physical Object
Pagination101 p.
Number of Pages101
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22736474M
ISBN 101844712605
OCLC/WorldCa67873335

Lenore Hart is the author of eight adult novels, also writes as Elisabeth most recent book, Devil’s Key, is a contemporary ghost story based on a tragic historical event in Gulf Coast Florida, due out in October Her other novels include: The Raven’s Bride, Becky: The Life and Loves of Becky Thatcher, (both from St. Martin’s Press, ); Ordinary Springs .   Ossabaw Island is the principal barrier island of the upper Georgia coast (11, upland acres) and the third largest of Georgia's Sea Islands. In the state of Georgia acquired Ossabaw Island through the efforts of Eleanor Torrey West, and it became the state's first heritage preserve, for scientific and cultural research and environmental preservation.

  At , Sandy West remains a beloved symbol of independence for her tireless efforts to protect Ossabaw from development. Jane Fishman profiled her in a fascinating book, The Woman Who Saved an Island: The Story of Sandy West and Ossabaw Island, (Real People Publishing, Savannah, ). The rear of the house features a loggia opening onto a patio. "Ossabaw Island" is a book of photographs I made in February on a long-awaited trip to Ossabaw Island, which is one of the barrier islands off the coast of Georgia near Savannah.

  Located just 7 miles by water from the thriving port city of Savannah, Georgia, Ossabaw Island is the antithesis of her neighbor-little changed by the progress of the modern world and a gem among Georgia's barrier islands. W acres of forested uplands and marshes laced with tidal Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC. Ossabaw Island Writers’ Retreat announces the opening of applications for our Fall Writers Craft and Seminar Day Octo , the retreat will feature workshops and seminars led by our nationally recognized faculty (including David Poyer, Lenore Hart, Lee Griffith, Tony Morris, and more). A great opportunity to recharge the creative energies on one of the .


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