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Neon Through the Pines

Neon Through the Pines

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by Jim Dale
     
 

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Neon through the pines. It used to be moonlight through the pines. This book is primarily about my experiences as a Southerner, how the South has changed, and how some of us feel about the changes.
This book is a series of edited articles from columns I wrote for my hometown newspapers published under the titles "Let Me Tell You a Story" and "Lines from the Lake."

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Neon through the pines. It used to be moonlight through the pines. This book is primarily about my experiences as a Southerner, how the South has changed, and how some of us feel about the changes.
This book is a series of edited articles from columns I wrote for my hometown newspapers published under the titles "Let Me Tell You a Story" and "Lines from the Lake."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936815593
Publisher:
Yawn's Books & More
Publication date:
09/07/2012
Pages:
364
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

Meet the Author

Jim Dale is a graduate of Hogansville High School and West Georgia College, now State University of West Georgia where he also did graduate work. He served during Vietnam as an Air Force historian. Afterwards he served as Assistant Registrar at Kennesaw College, now Kennesaw State University. He pulled a stint as a technical writer for General Dynamic’s Electric Boat Division in Atlanta. Finally he served thirty years in the Department of the Army as a Senior Management Analyst, retiring in 2003. During his Army time Jim lead Military Staff Rides and conducted Military History Detachment training for officers and NCOs, and updated the official history of Fort McPherson, Georgia. Jim served on the Boards of the Army in Atlanta Museum and the Kennesaw Mountain Historical Association as Vice Chairman of the latter until retirement in 2012. He was for many years a member of a Civil War reenactment unit, and performed living history for the Army and Reinhardt University. He was Second Lieutenant Commander and Newsletter Editor for the Marietta camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Jim currently serves as Secretary for his chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and is currently working on a book about the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. He and his wife Yvonne and their Siamese cat Princess Nim live near Waleska, Georgia.

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Neon Through the Pines 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An amusing collection of stories about being southern and what it was like growing up in a small town in the south after World War II - entertaining and brings up fond memories for anyone born in the USA