Release Date: November 20, 2009 ISBN: 978-0984208906 Cover Size: 11 x 8.5
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Distant Voices The Story of the Nacoochee Valley Indian Mound

Distant Voices: The Story of the Nacoochee Valley Indian Mound is a readable, fascinating history of Northeast Georgia filled with beautiful photos and illustrations. The 96-page, full-color book is dedicated to three Northeast Georgians, Dr. Tom Lumsden, Dr. Max White and Dr. Philip Greear, who provided the author with historical information and perspective.

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  • "This book is a beautiful compilation of history, poetry, art, and the voices of those who love and respect one of Georgia s most recognized sites."—Shirley McDonald
  • "Surely Emory Jones must have collected all there is about Yonah Mountain and the Nacoochee Mound. Anyone who is interested in the subject should keep this volume on their reference shelf between Webster's Dictionary and the Family Bible."—John Kollock
  • - [ ] “The real treasure of the Nacoochee Valley Indian Mound has finally been unearthed in this book. Jones presents the magic, mystique, charm and beauty of this historic landmark. The ‘distant voices’ that have emanated in and around this venerable site will continue to resonate for ages as a result of this insightful work.” —Judge Garrison Baker, historian and author
  • - [ ] “The Indian Mound at Nacoochee speaks to us all. I am always impressed with how dark it is at night and how little has changed in that valley. With this book, Emory Jones has shined a beautiful light on this special place.” —John Erbele, Sautee Nacoochee resident

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In this beautifully designed and illustrated book, Emory Jones has taken a wide range of subjects relating to the iconic Nacoochee Indian Mound in Northeast Georgia and woven them together in a unique way. 

The result is a work of meticulously researched historical, artistic and cultural interest that is a joy to read. The book written in Jones’s characteristically engaging, at times humorous style. It’s also a visual treat, filled with full-color images, including work by several local artists and poets.

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