9 edition of Ossabaw found in the catalog.
March 1, 2006 by Salt Publishing .
Written in English
Salt Modern Poets S.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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W acres of forested uplands and marshes laced with tidal creeks, Ossabaw has for years been an earthly eden to a sparse population of farmers. The Ossabaw Island Writers’ Retreat will be held in the fall and spring.
Located just twenty minutes from downtown Savannah, GA., the retreat. Ossabaw is explored from prehistoric times through the arrival of the Spanish years ago, from its plantation years through the purchase of the island by the Torrey family inand from the establishment of Eleanor Torrey West's internationally acclaimed Ossabaw Foundation through the sale of the island to the State of Georgia in Ossabaw foundation launches new book about Georgia coast, celebrates th birthday of matriarch Sandy West.
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For relative latecomers it has been a source of live oak lumber, a series of brutal slave plantations, a winter retreat for northern industrialists, a cattle ranch, an artists' retreat, and Georgia's Author: Evan Kutzler.
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Ossabaw Island has meant many things to many people. For its earliest residents, Ossabaw was a bountiful place to live and gather yaupon holly.
For relative latecomers it has been a source of live oak lumber, a series of brutal slave plantations, a winter retreat for northern industrialists, a cattle ranch, an artists' retreat, and Georgia's first Heritage Preserve.
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AtSandy West remains a beloved symbol of independence for her tireless efforts to protect Ossabaw from development. Jane Fishman profiled her in a fascinating book, The Woman Who Saved an Island: The Story of Sandy West and Ossabaw Island, (Real People Publishing, Savannah, ).
The rear of the house features a loggia opening onto a patio. "Ossabaw Island" is a book of photographs I made in February on a long-awaited trip to Ossabaw Island, which is one of the barrier islands off the coast of Georgia near Savannah. Located just 7 miles by water from the thriving port city of Savannah, Georgia, Ossabaw Island is the antithesis of her neighbor-little changed by the progress of the modern world and a gem among Georgia's barrier islands.
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A great opportunity to recharge the creative energies on one of the. The Old Lady of Ossabaw. Mark Finlay, a history professor at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, is researching a book Author: Ann Hardie.
Eleanor Torrey “Sandy” West, the subject of Jane Fishman’s book, “The Woman Who Saved An Island,” gave everything she had to keep Ossabaw from becoming another amusement park.
She still swings in the hammock on the edge of the estuary, still feeds her beloved donkeys by hand and still watches the night sky.
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The beautiful weather and tendencies of Ossabaw Island create the perfect fishing conditions for year-round fishing. Ossabaw Indigo: Past, Present pdf Future. Ossabaw Island Foundation Annual Meeting Plus, Jane Fishman reflects on Sandy West's nd birthday Thursday, January 8, 7pm Coastal Georgia Center, Fahm StreetAuthor: Orlando Montoya.
Eleanor “Sandy” Torrey West turned in January, and she still lives in the pink stucco Spanish Revival mansion on 26,acre Ossabaw Island, Author: Atlanta Magazine.First and foremost, it is a photography ebook that exhibits a selection of Jill Stuckey’s work on the island, including the diverse ecological landscapes and the built human environment.
Complementing Jill’s photographs are vignettes that share insights about the life and work of Roger Parker—Ossabaw’s “Saltwater Cowboy”—who worked.