"Jordan's Journey" in Rome News-TribuneJordan’s Journey has been featured in several publications (listed in order of publication date):

  • “The Past Uncovered: Author’s research uncovers deep-rooted families and long-lost communities in Northwest Georgia.” Rome News-Tribune, 12 Feb 2012: C1. Print. (Published online on same day).
  • “‘Jordan’s Journey’ Takes A Trip Into The Past Of NW Georgia And A Family.” The Summerville News, 23 Feb 2012: 1-B. Print. (Published online 27 Feb 2012).
  • McEntyre, Christi. “Armuchee Valley native compiles family, area history in “Jordan’s Journey.” Walker County Messenger, LaFayette, GA, 29 Feb 2012: Front Page. Print. (Published on, 5 Mar 2012).
  • Jones, Jamie. “Jordan’s Journey: Man explores his family ancestry, learns about links to Georgia’s history.” The Daily Citizen, Dalton, GA, 30 Mar 2012: 5. Print. (Published online 4 Apr 2012).
If you are interested in writing about Jordan’s Journey, please check out the Electronic Press Kit (EPK). Let us know about anything you publish and we can list it here!


Genealogy/local history articles written by Mr. Scoggins have been published as follows:

    • “A Man of Most Simple and Attractive Manners.” Georgia Backroads, Autumn 2017. Print
    • “Caney Fork Township in the 19th Century: Pioneers from Georgia and Beyond Settle the Arkansas Wilderness” (written with Joyce Wood). The Gems of Pike County, Arkansas, Pike County Archives and History Society, Summer & Fall 2011, Vol. 22, Nos. 3 & 4: 4-9. Print.
    • “Subligna Rich In History: Scoggins Family Part of Stores, Gins In Area.” The Summerville News, 8 Mar 2012: 1-B. Print. (Published online as “Subligna Rich In History” 9 Mar 2012).
    • “The Language of History.” Georgia Backroads. Summer 2014. Print.
    • “Polishing the Gilt Easel.” Georgia Backroads. Winter 2015. Print.
    • “Polishing the Gilt Easel: Iconography of the Crayon Portrait” Palaver. Spring 2015. Web.
    • “The Scoggins Family and Subligna Go Way Back.” Georgia Backroads. Winter 2012, Vol 11, No 4. Print.
    • “Seen and Unseen: The Inner World of Sahkanaga.” Walker County Messenger. 19 Dec 2012, 23. Print.
    • “We Are One People.” Georgia Backroads. Autumn 2013, 12, No 3. Print.