The Nacoochee Valley . . . Guidebook to its archaeological sites – $16
Just published by the Americas Revealed Book Series
Many of you are poor mixed-heritage trash like myself and can only afford one copy, or maybe even no copies, of The Nacoochee Valley . . . Crossroads of the Americas. I have deleted all sections of the “Crossroads” book that refer to the history of the valley after 1700 AD. This book is in full color and contains the same descriptions of the expeditions of archaeologists Charles C. Jones, James Mooney, John Rogan, George Heye, Robert Wauchope and the University of Georgia in the Nacoochee Valley and surrounding areas. It also contains the same detailed descriptions of each designated archaeological site, complete with GPS coordinates. However, it contains no information on the ancient volcanoes, Ice Age, French Huguenot explorers, Sephardic gold miners, Georgia Gold Rush, early Anglo-American settlers, Chicken Industry Boom, filming of “I’d Climb the Highest Mountain, the development of Alpine Helen, etc.
Because of “Crossroads” and this book, many Nacoochee Valley residents are discovering that they live on very important archaeological sites.
This is a price that you can afford for Christmas gifts . . . if you are only moderately poor mixed-heritage trash. LOL
48 pages in full color – white gloss finish, heavy weight paper – perfect bound
The book will only be available from the publisher, since listing on Amazon.com, would cost an additional $10 a book. To order go to:
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