Georgia history, scenic attractions and Southern lifestyles
Legacy Communications, publishers of Georgia Backroads magazine, has also published and offers for sale below an impressive line-up of books – both hard and soft-bound – with a focus on the history, scenic attractions and historic travel destinations in Georgia.

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We Shall Die Together
and Forty-Four Other Stories of Turmoil, Tragedy and Triumph in Georgia

Softcover – $24.95
ISBN: 1-880816-23-7
Publisher: Legacy Communications
If you love Georgia history, We Shall Die Together is a must-read.  This 6"x9" softcover book of more than 370 pages includes 200 fascinating photographs - many never before published in book form - an presents 45 stories of Turmoil, Tragedy & Triumph in Georgia through the centuries.  You'll enjoy reading about Georgians who sailed into history on the ill-fated Titanic, those who experienced the horrific freight train derailment and propane tanker explosion that shattered the countryside at a popular picnicking area near Savannah in 1959, and endured the historic hurricane that ravaged Brunswick and the Golden Isles in 1898.  This book is packed with gripping tales of terrible times of bushwackings, massacres, and betrayals, yet also tells uplifting stories of loyalty, honor and perseverance.  



Georgia's Army Air Fields of World War II
Softcover – Price: $14.95
ISBN: 0-9643388-3-1
Publisher: M. L. Shettle, Jr.
This 140-page, 11"x8.5" book, Georgia's Army Air Fields of World War II, includes more than 200 rare World War II vintage photographs, many published for the first time, of Georgia airfields, facilities, aircraft, and personnel.  A wide variety of aircraft are pictured, from trainers to fighters to bombers, including classics like the SBD Dauntless, B-17 Flying Fortress, B-24 Liberator, B-25 Mitchell, B-29 Superfortress, P-39 Airacobra, P-40 Warhawk, and P-51 Mustang.  Featured are 22 airfields and bases from Atlanta to Albany and Thomasville to Waycross.
 Tales Of The Rails
Tales of the Rails

Softcover – Price: $23.00  Now $15.00
ISBN: 1-880816-19-9
Publisher: Legacy Communications
One of Legacy Communications’ newest books – Tales Of The Rails – documents the history of the railroads in Georgia from the earliest days up through the mid-20th century. This fascinating publication is 190 pages in length with 185 historic photos and maps documenting the unique occurrences, rail disasters, and colorful history of this transportation industry.
For railroad history enthusiasts, this book is a must. Within its 190 pages are documented much of the railroading history of Georgia from the earliest days. Read about the Western & Atlantic Railroad; the “Great Locomotive Chase;” early railroad centers such as Kingston and Atlanta; early rail disasters such as the wreck of the Royal Palm in Rockmart; detailed accounts of early mountain rail lines such as the fabled Tallulah Falls Railroad; and much more. This captivating publication includes an array of historic photographs and early maps, as well as hiking and driving tours guiding the reader back to these historic sites today.


Still Small Voices 


Still Small Voices
Softcover – Price: $35.00
ISBN: 1-880816-24-5
Publisher: Legacy Communications Inc.
Look through the lens and listen to the quiet voices of nature as photographer Marc Del Santro and writer Ann Foskey take you on a journey into the heart of Georgia’s last wild places. From dunes shaped by glacial winds to bogs, swamps, ravines, and remnant prairies, Georgia is blessed with an abundant natural heritage. This exquisite collection of photographs, poetry and prose captures the essence of Georgia’s natural history from the mountains to the coast, as seen in the series Still Small Voices, featured in Georgia Backroads magazine. Carefully crafted and elegantly designed, this heirloom-quality book is sure to be a classic. Printed in an 9 ½” by 9 ½” inch format, 150 pages.