Price: $18.95
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-933483-07-8
Pages: 320
Year Published: 2006
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Footprints Across the South: Bartramís Trail Revisited
By James Kautz

About the Book
In Footprints Across the South: Bartramís Trail Revisited author James Kautz travels the path of William Bartram, a botanist from Philadelphia who explored the American Southeast in the 1770s. Beginning in Charleston, SC, and ending in Baton Rouge, LA, Kautz compares the conditions at the time of the nationís founding with the current social and natural environment of today.

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About the Author
Born in Washington, D.C., Jim Kautz, Ph.D., taught at three colleges in the South and conducted archaeological explorations in the Middle East and America before working in human services in Louisiana and Georgia. In 2001, he began his quest along Bartramís trail. In the course of five years, he traveled 15,000 miles across seven states, tramped trails, paddled and motored rivers and streams, and interviewed dozens of residents, scientists, and community leaders in revisiting Bartramís Trail.

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Publication Date: April 2007