By Jim Morekis
Moon highlight Savannah and the Georgia Coast is a 145-page compact advisor masking ancient Savannah and the Golden Isles, together with Brunswick and Glynn County, Jekyll Island, St. Simon’s Island, Darien and McIntosh County, Cumberland Island, St. Mary’s, and the Okefenokee Swamp.
Author Jim Morekis bargains professional suggestion on must-see points of interest, and comprises maps with sightseeing highlights so that you could make the main of your time.
This light-weight consultant is filled with tips about leisure, purchasing, recreations, lodgings, meals, and transportation, making navigating those old parts basic and relaxing.
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Vignes was adamant that all his daughters be educated and that their spouses provide a proper home for them. Although the Vignes family name is no longer found in Long Beach, his daughter’s families were active in civic affairs. Surrounding their mother, Mary, are, from left to right, Edwine, Amelia, Marguerite, Marie, and Antoinette. ) Young Women Farmworkers. A shortage of men during World War I to work the farms meant that young women from Los Cerritos and neighboring farms were “drafted” as farmworkers.
A prominent Los Cerritos resident was Will J. Reid, who provided insurance coverage for commercial fishing vessels before he invested in the Hancock Oil Company. A community leader and philanthropist, Reid was a hunter who became an avid conservationist and president of Ducks Unlimited. Reid published the history of the Los Cerritos Gun Club. 40 Bradley Family. Charles Alexander Bradley Sr. and his wife, Clara Belle Farrell, are in the driveway of their residence at 3829 Weston Place with their 1925 Jordan Roadster.