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Savannah Law

Author : William Eleazer
ISBN : 0982474768
Genre : College students
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Welcome to Savannah College of Law, located in America's most beautiful city!Jennifer Stone graduates from Savannah College of Art and Design and in an unusual career change, enrolls in Savannah College of Law (¿Savannah Law¿). Scott Marino, a senior, and prosecution clinic intern assigned to the DA¿s office, meets Jennifer during orientation and the two are immediately attracted to each other. Also finding an interest in Jennifer is an ambitious, young professor, Denis Nolan, who is campaigning hard to succeed the retiring dean. He weaves himself into Jennifer¿s life by selecting her as his teaching assistant. Nolan is the son of one of the school¿s founders, and uses his influence with the Board of Trustees to have Jennifer appointed as a student representative on the dean search committee. Scott has his own personal reasons for distrusting Nolan. He tries to alert Jennifer, but she quickly dismisses his warnings.When Max Gordon, one of the nation¿s most successful trial attorneys comes to town for a high profile criminal trial, the lives of Scott, Denis, and Max¿and eventually Jennifer¿ become intertwined in a whirlwind of drama, both inside and outside the courtroom. The trial becomes a media frenzy, and the suspense and intrigue of the trial and its aftermath build to a surprising climax that changes the lives of all involved forever.

Rebarer S Digest

Author : Savannah (Ga.)
ISBN : NYPL:33433015333465
Genre : Municipal charters and ordinances
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The Sun Shines On The Simmons Family In Savannah Ga

Author : Louis Rivers, PhD
ISBN : 9781491822777
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Louis Rivers, Ph.D., looks back at the accomplishments of a successful black family in Savannah, Georgia, with a detailed family history that celebrates hard work, black pride, and faith. The author has known the Simmons family his entire life, having gone to East Broad Street Elementary Public School with the Simmons, then to Beach Cuyler Public High Schools with the Simmons, and on to Georgia State College (now Savannah State University) with the Simmons. He also attended St. James A.M.E. Church with the Simmons. Beginning in 1920 when Walter Wallie Simmons married Daisy Alice Simmons, you’ll follow the family on their journey from Bluffton, South Carolina, to Savannah. By the time they moved with their first four children—Marie, John, Nellie, and Bessie—the Simmons were already confirmed A.M.E. Christians committed to the teachings of Jesus. The Simmons became one of Savannah’s most supreme, hardest-working families, and despite the many struggles they faced during World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War years, and Jim Crowism, they have survived and prospered. Celebrate the value of never giving up, and discover insights on achieving success with The Sun Shines on the Simmons Family in Savannah, Ga.

Remembering Crawford Square Savannah Ga

Author : Lou Rivers, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781456724511
Genre : History
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Remembering Crawford Square presents a literary mural of Savannah, GA during the Great Depression (1930-1940): Multiportraits of socio-economical African-American portraits; folks, streets, lanes, other places, events, issues, humor, religion, sports, injustices, and racism. It also tells of sex, heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual sex. Visiting Savannah GA in 1945, Nancy Astur said, “Savannah was a beautiful lady with a dirty face.”

Savannah Ga Bulletin 309019 July 1997

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ISBN : 9781428998674
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Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Sites Designation Savannah Ga Charleston Sc Wilmington Nc

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ISBN : NWU:35556029673944
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National Compensation Survey Wages And Salaries Savannah Ga July 1997

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ISBN : 9781428963399
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The Georgians

Author : Jeannette Holland Austin
ISBN : 9780806310817
Genre : Reference
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"This is a collection of 283 genealogies which I have compiled over a period of twenty years as a professional genealogist. ... While I have dealt with some of Oglethorpe's settlers, the vast majority of the genealogies included in this collection deal with Georgians who descend from settlers from other states."--Note to the Reader.

Addresses Delivered Before The Confederate Veterans Association Of Savannah Ga

Author : Confederate Veterans Association of Savannah, Georgia
ISBN : COLUMBIA:0043348122
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The Law Of The Savannah

Author : Naomi De Soysa
ISBN : 9781481769716
Genre : Fiction
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Here is the enchanting writing debut of a young author who, in her own creative style, could teach us adults a few lessons about the supremacy of love as a universal value and about the art of joyful living in the midst of everyday crises. As you take in Naomi's imaginary world, you may never be able to guess the turns in the story that finally lead to contentment and joy. What I find fascinating about this imaginary tale is that it does not follow the usual patterns expected in a story written by an 11-year-old. Happiness, sadness, joy, and sorrow are artfully interwoven into the lives of a herd of elephants, making the reader recognize that life within any community, whether human or elephant, may not be very different after all. The Law of the Savannah is not the work of a child learning to write an interesting story; rather, it is the result of the stirring of a young writer's consciousness - a writer who shows signs of awakening to the realities of life around her. I happen to be Naomi's proud uncle and also her editor and have watched her creative talents develop as exemplified by the acclaim she has received for many of her previous articles and essays. So relax and allow yourself to be captivated by this story, which will take you to many surprising and exotic places in the African savannah and bring you to the final conclusion - it is only love that really matters in life. Thilal Nanayakkara (Editor)

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