Foreword Reviews

Lighthouses of the Georgia Coast

2021 INDIES Finalist
Finalist, Regional (Adult Nonfiction)

Once an essential part of nautical navigation and commerce, the world's lighthouses have become historical relics of days past, their primary function now replaced by modern technology. From the mid-eighteenth through the early twentieth centuries, the waterways of coastal Georgia were an integral part of the state's economy. Georgia's barrier islands are today the site of five existing lighthouses, each with its own unique style, history, and role in events over the past decades and centuries.