Release Date: December 1, 2008 Cover Size: 6 x 6
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White County 101 101 Things to Do, Know and Love about White County, GA

White County 101 is an engaging little book about 101 things to do, know and love about White County, Georgia.  Emory Jones collaborated with White County historian, the late Shirley McDonald, to point out how Georgia’s White County is filled with hundreds of small, beautiful secrets just waiting to be discovered.

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  • "When I became editor of the local newspaper, someone gave me a copy of White County 101. Emory has filled each little story with humor and zest. When I met the author weeks later, I realized Emory Jones and humor go hand in hand. This is a fun book that never grows old."—Billy Chism, Former editor and publisher, The White County News
  • "This book presents us with little 'bits' of White County wisdom and history presented in a humorous style that will prompt you to search deeper."—Judy D. Lovell, Past President, White County Historical Society, columnist, historian
  • "If you love White County or know someone who does, this book is for you. It's fun, entertaining and, oddly enough, informative."—Phil Hudgins, Retired newspaper publisher columnist and author
  • "This book is one my agents and I like to give to new-comers so they can get a good feeling for what this county and this area is all about."—Alan Boggs, Broker/owner, Alco Reality, Cleveland, Georgia

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White County 101 is an engaging little book about 101 things to do, know and love about White County, Georgia.  Emory Jones collaborated with White County historian, the late Shirley McDonald, to point out how Georgia’s White County is filled with hundreds of small, beautiful secrets just waiting to be discovered.

Item number 2 suggests the reader become familiar with sourwood honey and then try some on a hot cathead biscuit.

Number 10 advises you to watch the movie I’d Climb the Highest Mountain, filmed here in 1950.

Number 41 directs you to the spot where poet Sidney Lanier wrote the poem, Song of the Chattahoochee.

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