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[PLEASE NOTE: The author/publisher does not make a cent from the sell of this book. The book was not created to turn a profit but, rather, to share a new way of presenting a rich genealogical history as a form of art. The price you see here is the exact amount it costs to print the book.]

Jordan's Journey is something new to the world of ancestry. It's a genealogical mashup incorporating photography, writing, design, research, and more. Gone are the boring register reports and dry descriptions found in genealogical tomes of old. This book takes a new approach, fusing together the creative and academic in a way that breathes new life into family history.

Equal parts genealogical memoir, art photography, and local history, Jordan's Journey pulls you in with a rich and immersive experience. With more than 75 original photos by the author, as well as over 150 vintage images, Jordan's Journey invites you on a trip into the rural south of yesteryear.

The book traces the major family lines of Pope, Jordan, Scoggins, and Holcomb, along with the associated families of Clement, Love, Robbs, Goodson, Visinand/Whisenant, Anderson, Chapman, Lawrence, Rambo, Hawkins, Ward, Keown, and Cavender. Other allied families are discussed, as well as general local history of the Armuchee Valley region of northwest Georgia.


About the Author
lukekurtis New York, NY, USA is the indie publishing and design house by artist luke kurtis. We publish our own titles and also collaborate with New Lit Salon Press.

Publish Date  January 28, 2012

Dimensions  Large Square  240 pgs Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  History

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Comments (1)


deegolden says

Thank you for the preview. I enjoyed your layout and photos and how you presented your family history.

posted at 01:40am Aug 22 PST

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