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Jonesborough Battlefield: Atlanta Campaign and the Mysteries of Peachtree Creek Edith Hines

Jonesborough Battlefield: Atlanta Campaign and the Mysteries of Peachtree Creek

Edith Hines

Published November 16th 2009
ISBN : 9781449032296
Paperback
52 pages
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It is Dr. Hines pleasure to give honor to the staff of AuthorHouse for their expertise and visionary insight for recognizing the genius of poetry in classical prose. Dr. Hines feels that now is the time to experience new flavor in the taste of fineMoreIt is Dr. Hines pleasure to give honor to the staff of AuthorHouse for their expertise and visionary insight for recognizing the genius of poetry in classical prose. Dr. Hines feels that now is the time to experience new flavor in the taste of fine poetry. This is a rewarding experience for intuitive authors. The definition of words can be as a mad, raging, angry storm or the peaceful, calm serenity of a cool day found in a musical waterfall. She hopes to create in the final analysis of her book an awakening to the molecules and fibers of the body and soul. Hopefully the power of words will generate this ability heal from the Jonesborough Battlefield Atlanta Campaign. The Mysteries of Peachtree Creek is a story in the words of poetry about the destruction of Atlanta in 1864 under the leadership of General William Tecumseh Sherman. On the stage of Dr. Hines mind, the events of the of the Civil War became a magical, poetic diary. The reality in this historic tale of Jonesborough Battlefield is a story told with poetic, and artistic scenes of excitement that can be an astonishing story orchestrated from the cognition of a childs mind.