Paradise in Olde Decatur is about old times, old people and old places. It tells of farm life from the late 1800's to the 1960's, and how folks lived on whatever they had. The lives of black family farm workers is detailed. People describe their experiences while living at The Methodist Children's Home. Old cops tell amazing stories. The book has over 300 photos. It has sold over 600 copies the first three months. There are so many subjects and stories they cannot all be listed here. I'm certain you will love this book. It has received over 100 positive reviews, none negative. It took 15 years of research to record the local history of this little portion of Decatur, GA. Enjoy the memories...
Forrest Hill is from the fourth generation of farmers that arrived in Decatur GA in the late 1800's. He spent 15 years researching, compiling and writing "Paradise in Olde Decatur." He spent countless hours interviewing people as old as 104 years and collecting their stories and pictures. His book describes old time farm life and hardships, but also covers a multitude of other subjects. Folks that have read his book say they absolutely could not put it down. In fact, some had to order an additional copy because someone else picked it up and had the same response!
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