John’s Creek Historical Society

9770 Autrey Mill Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022 9770 Autrey Mill Road, Johns Creek, United States

"Lost and Ghost Towns of North Georgia" We're pleased to announce our February 5th speaker, Lisa M. Russell, author and instructor at several area colleges. Come meet the author and hear her stories about historic…

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Dogwood Books Book Release

Dogwood Books 240 Broad Street, Rome, GA, United States

Join me at the new Dogwood Books on Broad Street in Rome, Georgia

“Lost Mill Towns of North Georgia” at Bartow History Museum

Bartow History Center 4 East Church Street, Cartersville, GA, GA, United States

Limited seating, so check out the Bartow History Museum's website early.

History Alive

Donaldson-Bannister Farm 4831 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, United States

Underneath the more than 40 lakes throughout North Georgia lie lost communities, crossroads, racetracks and event entire towns. In Underwater Ghost Towns of North Georgia, Lisa Russell explores the reasons why these lakes were made and the stories behind the underwater settlements, where towns and farms once thrived.

At the Donaldson-Bannister Farm, 4831 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, November 21, 9:30-11:00 am.

$5 for DPT members. $10 for non DPT members. Limited seating, maximum 50. (We will be meeting under the tent located by the barns so that we can meet social distancing requirements.)


Sugar Hill Historical Society

5010 W Broad St NE, Sugar Hill, GA 30518 5010 W Broad St NE,, Sugar Hill, GA, United States

Books can be purchased before the event or at the event. Bring cash or check to the event.

Georgia Lost Things Series at North Cobb County Library

3535 Old 41 Highway 3535 Old 41 Highway, Kennesaw, United States

You can purchase autographed copies on
Make a note that you will be at this event and I will bring your copy. Books are also for sale at the event - bring cash or checks.

Reeves House Visual Arts Center – Woodstock

Tie-In Talk with New exhibit at Reeves House. A duo exhibit in the Reeves House featuring the work of 2 local photographers: Woodstock’s very own Erik Scherb and Madeleine Soloway from Atlanta. Both of…

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