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The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of the South

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Nowhere is the quintessence of Southern life so intensely expressed as in the villages and towns photographed and described in this book. Marked sometimes by the violent events of historyâfirst settlement, the Revolutionary War, and the Civil Warâand the explosive growth of the cotton economy, these towns and villages appear in the book as they developed across the South.

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Published (first published October 23rd 2000)
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Nancy
Apr 26, 2013 Nancy rated it liked it
A coffee table style book with many color photos of the architecture that typifies each of the selected towns - from the antebellum planation homes of Natchez, Mississippi to the simple unadorned Shaker buildings of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. I'm enticed to visit a number of the highlighted villages on a future trip through the Southern states.
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This whole series of books is lovely to look at.
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