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The Highs & Lows of Little Five: A History of Little Five Points

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Atlanta's Little Five Points, the city's first Neighborhood Commercial District, stands out as one of the most distinctive shopping districts in the Southeast. There have been quite a few ups and downs in the area's history, but ultimately the dedicated, passionate individuals who made L5P what it is today handled them with perseverance and foresight, creating unique, ...more
Paperback, 126 pages
Published February 12th 2010 by History Press (SC) (first published 2010)
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Eric Moebius
May 24, 2014 Eric Moebius rated it it was ok

I am sure that Mr. Hartle did a lot of research, and while I do appreciate the effort. It was like reading a history that cut out the majority of the participants, and when it did actually address the locals it made rather egregious mistakes...

For example: to call Denise Damron a skinhead is like calling a Mennonite Amish. Sure, they kinda look the same, but there are some big ideological differences. Actually there are big ideological differences between types of Skinhead even. Robert Ha
Jeff Crompton
Dec 12, 2012 Jeff Crompton rated it really liked it
A fascinating little book, although it might not mean much to folks who don't live in Atlanta. It's not a comprehensive history of Little Five Points, but primarily an account of its revitalization.

I live a mile from Little Five Points, the crossroads which is Atlanta's center of the unconventional, the independent, and the just plain weird. L5P grew as a shopping district for Inman Park, an upscale neighborhood that was Atlanta's first suburb in the 19th century, and the adjacent town of Edgewo
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