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The Bryan-Worthington House, built in 1831 by Loverd Bryan, a cotton planter in Southwest Georgia who owned 59 slaves. Across the street is the Curry Presbyterian Church, built by his sons in 1851 in memory of Duncan Curry from North Carolina.
Christmas in the South
Downtown Hogansville, Georgia
One of Prattsburg's finest!
One of the few remaining buildings left in Yatesville between what was once the old Bank & Post Office and a little Barber shop/Soda shop
The James C. Anderson House ~ The Rock, Georgia.
A Closer Look At Bella
The Singer Boot Shop. ( 1838) The Shop of German immigrant Johan Singer, a prosperous boot maker from the 1840's, who later made boots for the confederate Army. His sons and apprentices lived upstairs.
Second Floor Door
Locked away, but not forgotten.
The Collier House ~ The Rock, Georgia. Built in 1824 by Robert Collier, one of the largest land owners in Middle Georgia. Robert was the first state representative from the county and a state senator.
The Deep South
The sun and the shadows dancing around my favorite tree
Closing time at the Big Chief Grist Mill.
Historic Westville ~ looking towards the old Stewart County Academy. ( 1831 )
Moss Oak Plantation
A local Mother showing off her darling new addition
Morning shining through . . .
The C.E. Bethel Home, built in the 1870's. The large living area was once a part of the Thomaston Female Academy. This section was the auditorium of the academy and became the nucleus around which the remainder of the house was built.
An old favorite
A magical hillside covered in Atamasco lilies
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