Digital Publishing at the University of Georgia Press
The University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. We currently publish 60-70 new books a year and have a long history of publishing significant scholarship, creative and literary works, and books about the state and the region for general readers.
History in the Headlines
Our History in the Headlines series harnesses the accumulated knowledge of leading scholars and academics, capturing their voices within a series dedicated to informing contemporary debate. Series editors Catherine Clinton and Jim Downs work alongside a distinguished advisory board to offer books that contextualize current events and provide essential perspective.
New Perspectives on the Civil War Era
This series is dedicated to the publication of primary sources (letters, diaries, speeches, etc.) of the Civil War era from a wide diversity of perspectives—respecting the soldier’s voice but not privileging it over every other as is the case in many such edited volumes. It recognizes that there are many voices from the Civil War era that need to be heard. Soldiers, women, civilians, slaves, politicians, bureaucrats, journalists, diplomats, and foreign observers all have a particular insight into that great conflict and deserve to have a forum to have their stories told.
University of Georgia Press Georgia History Ebook Project
The University of Georgia Press Georgia History Ebook Project is a collaborative initiative with the Digital Library of Georgia that makes early and seminal works on Georgia’s history and culture available as free downloadable PDFs. This initiative, which was formed in 2012, focuses primarily on historical monographs that were published before 1970 and which have been out of print for a considerable period of time. Please bear in mind that, though the books were peer-reviewed rigorously to adhere to the scholarly standards of the Press, the authors often used language that does not represent modern standards and sensibilities regarding race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation.
Creating GeorgiaRodney M. Baine
Crusading for ChemistryGermaine M. Reed
College Life in the Old South
The First AnestheticFrank Kells Boland
The People of AtlantaC. A. McMahan
The letters of Robert Mackay to his wifeWalter Carlton Hartridge
A List of the Early Settlers of GeorgiaE. Merton Coulter, Albert B. Saye
Sea Islands of GeorgiaCount D. Gibson
Early Georgia Magazines