Tybee Days

Tybee Days

Ellen Taber and Polly Cooper capture the essence of Tybee in this marvelous tour of one of the last places on the Southern coast to retain its identity and integrity

-Pat Conroy


Savannah Then and Now

Exquisite archival images are paired with "now" views showing how the city has evolved since 1733 through the cotton boom and Civil War to the lovingly preserved jewel it is today. 


Savannah's Preservation Story

Written by two local Savannahians, here is a true and touching tribute to the seven coura, geous ladies who saved our Historic District from demolition by the wrecking ball in the 1950s.


Savannah Guidebook

This is The Essential Guide to restaurants, lodging, historic squares and landmarks in one of America's most enchanting cities.


Bluff Drive and the Isle of Hope Churches

Read about the old pavilion, terrapin farm, and tales by older residents. The four churches tell their own unique stories too.


Savannah Safari Walking Adventure

Girl Scouts earn official badges after exploring Savannah's "artistic jungle." Discover dolphin downspouts, clay lion heads, horse-head hitching posts, and oodles more.


African American Journey

This unique self-guided driving tour, sprinkled with the colorful Gullah language, begins in 1733 with the new colony of Georgia and illustrates the life and history of African Americans in Savannah.


Isle of Hope, Wormsloe and Bethesda

Another Acradia book about this community , an original land grant from King George 11 of England.

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