"An excellent book thats well written. It gives an in-depth
look, street by street, relating to both architecture and history. Its
a good tool that is really well researched." Jenny Stacy, Director
of Media Relations, Savannah Convention and Visitors Bureau
If youve ever visited Savannah or are contemplating visiting Savannah,
this is the book for you! Over 200,000 copies of this guidebook have been
sold since its initial release in 1968. It has been completely revised and
updated for this New Millennium Tenth Edition.
When a visitor to Savannah enters a bookstore and asks for a guidebook, this
is the one they are most often handed. Its fun to read and and is filled
with accurate, interesting descriptions of Savannah and the surrounding countryside.
How do I know so much about Sojourn in Savannah? Easy! My mom co-wrote
it with two dear friends, Betty Rauers and Terry Victor. We were relieved
when it was finally completed so that we could reclaim the dining room table,
and Savannahians and visitors have been thrilled ever since. When you go to
Savannah, take along a Sojourn.
a historical and architectural overview, the book describes a driving tour
which may be broken down into four walking tours that follow the same itinerary.
Let Sojourn be your guide for one or several days of exploration in
one of the countrys most beautiful cities.
The book also features excursions to nearby places of interest and day trips
to the surrounding countryside. Also included is a full color, fold-out map
of the downtown historic district with all tours clearly marked, as well
as buildings of historical significance.
On this site you can see some beautiful images of Savannah and experience
a sample walk from Sojourn
in Savannah. You can also sign up for a Savannah
Snapshot, a FREE weekly e-mail featuring an excerpt from Sojourn in
Savannah and a current look at this week in Savannah, including the local
weather forecast. And, of course you can buy
Sojourn in Savannah is illustrated by two of Savannahs most revered
artists, Leonora Quarterman and Christopher Murphy, both of whom are now deceased.
The photographs on our site are used to acquaint you with the beauty of Savannah.
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