Oglethorpe and Colonial Georgia: A History, 1733-1783

ISBN-13: 978-0786422333
ISBN-10: 0786422335
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David Lee Russell works as an information technology executive and lives in Alpharetta, Georgia. He is also the author of The American Revolution in the Southern Colonies (2000).
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Biography of David Lee Russell

Born: Wilmington, North Carolina

visit www.davidleerussell.com

David Lee Russell is the author of three history books on the American Revolution as it unfolded in the South. This focus on the South was approached out of observation that most books covering that period of American History centered on the events in New England and Middle Atlantic colonies.

He is also the author of two European intelligence thriller fiction books. These books are about the struggle against terrorists and the Western world over nuclear weapons use.

David's interest in history was always there throughout his life, but having been influenced by an R&D engineer father, he earned a B.S. Degree in Aerospace Engineering from N. C. State University. David then attended Naval Aviation Officer's Candidate School in Pensacola and was commissioned as Ensign-Special Duty Intelligence. He then served as an Air/ASW Intelligence Officer in Southeast Asia and Indian Ocean for Patrol Squadron Four.
After his military service, David started his long career in Information Technology Management in support of various Fortune 500 corporations.

David resides in Milton, Georgia and continues his writing projects.

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