Suggested Readings

  • Bush-Brown, Harold. "Historic Architecture in Georgia" College Art Journal 6 (winter 1946): 133-139.

  • Callahan, Helen. Augusta, a Pictorial History. Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning, 1980.

  • Cashin, Edward J. Brightest Arm of the Savannah: The Augusta Canal, 1845-2000. Augusta, Ga.: Augusta Canal Authority, 2002.

  • _____. The Story of Augusta. Augusta, Ga.: Richmond County Board of Education, 1980.

  • _____. "Augusta" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia [online resource], 2003. Available from http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-955 [cited August 8, 2005].

  • _____. "Augusta Canal" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia [online resource], 2003. Available from http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-3039 [cited August 8, 2005].

  • Cumming, Mary G. Smith. Two Centuries of Augusta: A Sketch. Augusta, Ga.: Ridgely-Tidwell-Ashe, 1926.

  • Deaton, Stan. "George Walton" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia [online resource], 2003. Available from http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-665 [cited August 8, 2005].

  • Dellquest, Augustus Wilifrid. Historic Augusta: A Brief Description of the Monuments and Places of Historical Interest in and around Augusta, Ga. Augusta, Ga.: A.W. Dellquest Book Co., 1917.

  • Doster, Gary, ed. From Abbeville to Zebulon: Early Post Card Views of Georgia. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 1991.

  • Doughty, Sylvester C. Presenting a Pictorial History of Augusta, Georgia. Augusta, Ga.: Wel-com-in Publications, 1962.

  • Federal Writers' Project (Ga.). Augusta. Augusta, Ga.: Tidwell Printing Supply Co., 1938.

  • Fleming, Berry. Autobiography of a City in Arms: Augusta, Georgia, 1861-1865. Augusta, Ga.: Richmond Historical Society, 1976.

  • Fogelman, Marguerite F. Historical Markers and Monuments of Richmond County, Georgia. Augusta, Ga.: Richmond County Historical Society, 1986.

  • German, Richard Henry Lee. The Queen City of the Savannah: Augusta, Georgia, During the Urban Progressive Era, 1890-1917. N.p.: n.p., 1971.

  • Hattermann, Bryan M. From City to Countryside: A Guidebook to the Landmarks of Augusta, Georgia. N.p.: Lamar Press, 1997.

  • History of North Augusta, South Carolina. North Augusta, S.C.: North Augusta Historical Society, 1980.

  • Jones, Charles Colcock. Memorial History of Augusta, Georgia. Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Co., 1980.

  • Ladies Memorial Association, Augusta, Georgia. Ceremonies in Augusta, Georgia, Laying the Corner Stones of the Confederate Monument, with Oration by Gen. Clement A. Evans, April 26, 1875, and the Unveiling and Dedication of the Monument, with Oration by Col. Charles C. Jones, Jr., October 31, 1878. Augusta, Ga.: Chronicle and Constitution Job Printing Establishment, 1878.

  • Langley, Albert M. and Mary L. Langley. Trolleys in the Valley: A History of the Street and Interurban Railways of Augusta, Georgia, North Augusta, South Carolina, the Horse Creek Valley, Aiken, South Carolina. N.p.: n.p., 1972.

  • Lee, Joseph M. Augusta: A Postcard History. Dover, N.H.: Arcadia Publishing, 1997.

  • _____. Augusta and Summerville Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2000.

  • Linley, John. The Georgia Catalog, Historic American Buildings Survey: A Guide to the Architecture of the State. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 1972.

  • Miller, George and Dorothy Miller. Picture Postcards in the United States, 1893-1918. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., 1976.

  • Rahn, Ruby A. River Highway for Trade, the Savannah: Canoes, Indian Tradeboats, Flatboats, Steamers, Packets, and Barges. Savannah, Ga.: U.S. Army Engineer District, Corps of Engineers, 1968.

  • Rowland, Arthur Ray. A New Guide to the Study of Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia. Augusta, Ga.: Reese Library, Augusta College, 1990.

  • _____ and Helen Cunningham. Yesterday's Augusta. Miami, Fla.: E.A. Seeman Pub., 1976.

  • Staff, Frank. The Picture Postcard and Its Origins. New York: Frederick A. Praeger Publishers, 1966.

  • Stevens, Norman D., ed. Postcards in the Library: Invaluable Visual Resources. New York: Haworth Press, 1995.

  • Stulb, Eileen Heffernan. A Chronicle of Augusta, Georgia's Golf Beginnings and an Informal History of the Augusta Country Club, Inc. N.p.: Augusta Country Club, 1998.

  • Terrell, Lloyd Preston. Blacks in Augusta: A Chronology, 1741-1977. Augusta, Ga.: Preston Publications, 1977.

  • Tilson, Misty A. Augusta: Surviving Disaster. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2002.

  • Vaule, Rosamond B. As We Were: American Photographic Postcards, 1905-1930. Boston, Mass.: David R. Godine, 2004.

  • Whatley, William Ludwick. "A History of the Textile Development of Augusta, Georgia, 1865 to 1883." Master's thesis, University of South Carolina, 1964.

  • Whites, Lee Ann. "Southern Ladies and Millhands: the Domestic Economy and Class Politics, Augusta, Georgia, 1870-1890." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Irvine, 1982.

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