Our programs recognizing the Civil War Sesquicentennial continue with an appearance by two authors discussing their new book about the war’s impact on the state, ”Breaking the Heartland: The Civil War in Georgia.” The essays by these noted historians examine all aspects of life during the turbulent years 1861-1865 and demonstrate just how important a role Georgia played in the outcome of the war. John Fowler is the B.J. and Dicksie Bandy Chair of History at Dalton State College, the Director Bandy Heritage Center and the author of several books including ”The Confederate Experience.” David Parker is professor of history at Kennesaw State University and teaches classes in Georgia history and the history of American religion. We will have copies of their book for sale and signing. (jasbro)
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