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This collection of articles relating to Bulloch County begins with an report about a project on Statesboro history done by second graders at Trinity Christian School, followed by an account of the Martin Pittman Laboratory School, “Other Bulloch County Tales,” a record of the family of James R. Bird, and memories of the life of Rubye Akins Anderson by Mary Lawrence Anderson. Also included are two accounts on Brooklet, “How ‘Six Jug’ Became Atlanta’s First Automotive Star,” and research on the Dixon family.
Bulloch County Historical Society
Bulloch County Historical Society, Rural schools, War of 1812
Bulloch County (Ga.), Bulloch County Historical Society, Southern folkways journal review, Statesboro (Ga.), Rural schools--Georgia, Bulloch County (Ga.)--Social life and customs--20th century, United States--History--War of 1812, Biography--20th century, Brooklet (Ga.), Family history
Chester, Debra; Bunce, Isaac; Bunce, Paul; Anderson, Mary; Cromley, John; Spence, Johnny; and McDougald, Mike, "Southern Folkways Journal Review Number 7" (1999). Bulloch County Historical Society Publications. 18.