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James Habersham: Loyalty, Politics, and Commerce in Colonial Georgia (Wormsloe Foundation Publication Ser.) Paperback – June 1, 2012

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There are many historical figures that have deservedly been neglected by history and historians; James Habersham is not one. He deserves to be rescued and to be put in the center of colonial Georgia, where he was when he lived. Frank Lambert sheds light on the workings of colonial mercantile culture and how a merchant class grew from a decidedly uncommercial colonial experiment. It is a pleasure to see this book and it is my hope that it marks a revival in scholarship of this early period.

-- Harvey H. Jackson III ― Jacksonville State University

Lambert adroitly links [it] all together, sketching the details of Habersham's life while using broad strokes to show its connection to larger men and events. . . . No account of early Georgia is complete without a portrayal of James Habersham.

-- Chuck Mobley ― Savannah Morning News

Fills a significant gap in the history of Colonial Georgia.

-- Choice

Lambert's book is impressive . . . a good story [that] effectively interweaves Habersham's activities into the larger context of the Atlantic world.

-- American Historical Review

Lambert’s masterful study of James Habersham (1715-1775) is a long-overdue assessment of one of colonial Georgia’s principle tidewater grandees . . . Admirably organized and lucidly written, James Habersham does ample justice to its subject and richly details the era and the world in which he moved. This is impeccable life-writing, vivid, judicious, and balanced

-- Journal of Southern History

Habersham’s importance in the commercial and political development of Georgia merits an in-depth study, and Lambert has produced a solid and very readable biography.

-- Journal of American History

Lambert presents a thoroughly satisfying biography of one of Georgia’s founding figures.

-- Georgia Historical Quarterly

A valuable addition to this field, and shares many of the strengths and a few of the weaknesses of the genre . . . rich absorbing, and significant . . . a concise and engaging overview of Habersham's life and times, which will provide scholars with valuable ammunition for further debating.

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There are many historical figures that have deservedly been neglected by history and historians; James Habersham is not one. He deserves to be rescued and to be put in the center of colonial Georgia, where he was when he lived. Frank Lambert sheds light on the workings of colonial mercantile culture and how a merchant class grew from a decidedly uncommercial colonial experiment. It is a pleasure to see this book and it is my hope that it marks a revival in scholarship of this early period.



Lambert adroitly links [it] all together, sketching the details of Habersham's life while using broad strokes to show its connection to larger men and events. . . . No account of early Georgia is complete without a portrayal of James Habersham.



Fills a significant gap in the history of Colonial Georgia.



Lambert's book is impressive . . . a good story [that] effectively interweaves Habersham's activities into the larger context of the Atlantic world.



Lambert’s masterful study of James Habersham (1715-1775) is a long-overdue assessment of one of colonial Georgia’s principle tidewater grandees . . . Admirably organized and lucidly written, James Habersham does ample justice to its subject and richly details the era and the world in which he moved. This is impeccable life-writing, vivid, judicious, and balanced



Habersham’s importance in the commercial and political development of Georgia merits an in-depth study, and Lambert has produced a solid and very readable biography.



Lambert presents a thoroughly satisfying biography of one of Georgia’s founding figures.



A valuable addition to this field, and shares many of the strengths and a few of the weaknesses of the genre . . . rich absorbing, and significant . . . a concise and engaging overview of Habersham's life and times, which will provide scholars with valuable ammunition for further debating.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ University of Georgia Press (June 1, 2012)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 208 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0820343439
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0820343433
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 10.4 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
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