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Newly published Columbia County history book arrives

Posted: October 18, 2011 - 11:35am
Historian and News-Times columnist Barbara Seaborn holds a copy of her newly released book on Columbia County history, "As Long as the Rivers Run: Highlights from Columbia County's Past."  Barry Paschal
Barry Paschal
Historian and News-Times columnist Barbara Seaborn holds a copy of her newly released book on Columbia County history, "As Long as the Rivers Run: Highlights from Columbia County's Past."

Copies of a new book by historian and The Columbia County News-Times' columnist Barbara Seaborn, As Long as the Rivers Run; Highlights from Columbia County's Past, have arrived and are now on sale.

Seaborn has been researching and writing the book, in part with support from the Columbia County Historical Society, for nearly 15 years. In hardcover and softcover, the book is published by her own imprint, Crown Pointe Publishing of Martinez, and includes color illustrations by Columbia County artist Lynell Widener.

Book signings now are being scheduled, including one set for early November at the Columbia County Library in Evans.

Copies of the book are available at The News-Times office in the Publix Shopping Center on Washington Road in Evans, with hardcover editions for $28 and softcover for $18, with checks payable to As Long as the Rivers Run.

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