Georgia author/ researcher -Robert Skarda
The Mill Village That Vanished in Old Georgia
Now in it's fourth printing since 2007!
Perfect bound paperback 5.5" by 8" 110 pages
April 30,2011 Scull Shoals Heritage Festival
Our annual tour, music , food, craft fest was a big success despite mosquitoes the size of Hummingbirds!
Paddle Georgia comes to Scull Shoals for a history break! On the afternoon of Sunday,June 19th, 2011 300 plus canoeists & kayakers will pass by the old mill ruins (some will stop for a history lesson and cold drinking water.
GPB show the Georgia Traveler recently filmed a mill village history tour by Robert Skarda in conjunction with the float event. It will be aired beginning on May 20th.
The Burning of Greenesborough
Available 10/31/11 at the Genuine Georgia Shop in Greensboro.
From the back cover .....
In the Scull Shoals clearing by the Oconee River the forest is heavy with old stories. Humans have left an imprint on this place for at least 10,000 years and footpaths still connect the prehistory to the present.The brick ruins speak broken sentences about this gathering place in the South.