[APG Public List] Background on Darien, Georgia: 1736? - 1760 or Perhaps A Bit Later

Barbara Vines Little, CG, FVGS bvlittle at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 12 07:20:14 MDT 2010

I would contact a librarian at UNC's Southern Historical collection to 
see if they can make suggestions. I would also contact the National Park 
Service at the closest national park; the park service maintains 
extensive libraries of materials that they use in interpretive efforts.

Barbara Vines Little, CG, FVGS
PO Box 1273
Orange, VA 22960
bvlittle at earthlink.net

On 8/11/2010 11:47 PM, Ray Beere Johnson II wrote:
>       This is slightly off topic, but I believe historical accuracy in _any_ setting serves genealogy well. And there is public relations value in demonstrating that genealogical research can be helpful in other spheres.
>       A fellow member of a certain writing site is planning a historical novel set in Darien, Georgia. She has the dates, facts, names, and so on that she needs. She is having trouble finding answers to more basic questions: what did settlers do every day? What was their culture like? They were often fighting: what was it like to be a soldier in that type of battle? She wants to _understand_ their lives, but is "either finding [...] big-picture military facts, or [...] daily life grade school lesson plans that say 'Colonial life was hard.'"
>       She would prefer first hand accounts if possible. I've done what I could, but almost all my research was in New England, and most of the rest was in New York. If anyone knows of published material, online transcripts, or anything else that might be useful, and is willing to help, please send the information to me off list and I'll forward it to her.
>                                Ray Beere Johnson II

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