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  • 100 Things Bulldogs Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

    By Jon Nelson

    Our Price: $14.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781600784132
    • Publisher: Triumph Books
    • Published: August 2010
  • A History of College Football in Georgia

    By Jon Nelson

    Our Price: $19.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781609496944
    • Publisher: History Pr
    • Published: August 2012
    When teams meet on football fields across Georgia, it’s more than a game—it’s a battle for bragging rights and dominance in a state that prizes football above all other sports. Join seasoned Georgia sports journalist Jon Nelson as he tracks the history of college football statewide. Whether it’s Georgia Southern’s glory days with legendary coach Erk Russell, the bitter rivalry between Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia, the Mercer College team’s historic beginnings or Shorter University’s up-and-coming program, every team in Georgia makes the cut in this hard-hitting history. Enhanced by an appendix with each school’s records, championship statistics and coaching accomplishments, this is a book no Peach State football fan can do without.
  • Georgia High School Football

    By Jon Nelson

    Our Price: $19.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781609492953
    • Publisher: History Pr
    • Published: August 2011
  • Quetico

    By Jon Nelson

    Our Price: $35.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781554883967
    • Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
    • Published: April 2009
    Quetico Park in northwestern Ontario celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2009. Long-recognized as a gem among parks, Quetico contains some of the largest stands of old-growth red and white pine in Canada , as well as a diversity of fascinating lichens, carnivorous plants in specialized habitats.The author presents an insightful look into Quetico's natural history as he examines the adapations that have allowed moose, white-tailed deer, wolves and other mammals to survive. The human history of the park is also explored, beginning with the Objiwa living there when the area was designated as a park, followed by accounts of trappers, loggers, miners, park rangers, and poachers.Beginning with the retreat of the glaciers, the author combines his thorough research into Quetico's long and varied history with the threads of his own extensive involvement with the park. The result is a splendid tribute to a very special place.

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