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I'm trying to find a series of books I read in the 1980s about a group of teenage friends living in (I think) rural Georgia. They somehow encounter supernatural forces, maybe drawn from Native mythology, and at least one of them (the protagonist) learns magic. At some point in one of the books the teens make magic staffs for themselves. I think there were maybe three books in the series, perhaps more. I don't think they were marketed as YA books.

Ring any bells for anyone?

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    The country Georgia, or the region within a North American country?
    – Rand al'Thor
    Sep 22 at 7:27

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It was the David Sullivan books from Tom Deitz -- Windmaster's Bane was the first one.

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    Excellent! Don't forget to accept your self answer in two days.
    – FuzzyBoots
    Sep 21 at 21:11
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    Even though you are answering your own question, this is still not a great answer. you should still explain how the book in fits with your initial question, with quotes or at least links where possible. Sep 22 at 11:15
  • @Xavon_Wrentaile That was my intent, but by the time I came back to clean the answer up, my question had correctly been marked as a dupe.
    – Marq
    2 days ago

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