Known for its many ties to world-famous industrialist Henry Ford, Richmond Hill, Georgia has a rich, deep history that is the envy of any city on the coast. From Native Americans and European explorers, to rice planters, enslaved African-Americans, Civil War explorers, to rice planters, enslaved African Americans, Civil War battles and an amazing twentieth-century renaissance, the entire lower Bryan County area is a treasure trove full of 'hidden history.'
DVD length: 33 minutes
Bonus features include never before seen video footage of life in Richmond Hill during the Henry Ford era (lettuce fields, sawmill, Butler's store, Ways Consolidated School).
$20.00 (shipping additional)
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