Tom Robertson Writes
Tom Robertson is a native and resident of Augusta, Georgia. He is an avocational historian and has authored over twenty articles on local and regional history which have appeared as elements of various books and periodicals. His most recent work is Albert: History and Reflections on Slavery and its Aftermath. Other works include Resisting Sherman: A Confederate Surgeon's Journal and the Civil War in the Carolinas, 1865 and chapters in Past & Repast: Recipes and Remembrances from Saint Paul's Church and From Greenhouses to Green Jackets: Some History and Personalities of the Augusta National Golf Course and the Masters, Expanded Edition. Autographed copies of the books are available through this website.
In his daily vocation, Tom is president of Cranston Engineering Group, P.C., where he practices civil engineering, city planning, and land surveying for a wide variety of projects throughout the southeast, designed to enhance the communities in which they are located. He has often presented papers on engineering, city planning, and historical subjects, and is a popular public speaker.
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