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  • This plantation located near Thomasville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Pebble Hill Plantation was originally a cotton plantation created in early 1800ís by Thomas Jefferson ...
  • Five thousand Federal prisoners were brought to Thomasville by the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Line in the second week of December 1864. Colonel Henry Forno commanded the 2nd and 4th Georgia Reserves...
  • The Old Coffee Road in Thomasville was a pioneer vehicular and postal route that passed through the town. Beginning at the Ocmulgee River it ran some 120 miles via Lax, Nashville, Cecil, Barwick and...
  • This historic site was built in 1885 as a winter cottage for businessman C.W. Lapham of Chicago. The 3-story structure has a mellow-yellow exterior with brick-red roof and chimneys. It is a signific...
  • As one of the most famous of historic homes in Savannah, Owen-Thomas House is a residence of grand opulence - decorated with family portraits, antique furniture and period tapestries. It was one of ...
  • This complex is maintained as a railroad museum by the Coastal Heritage Society with the City of Savannah. It is an example of fine Victorian railroad architecture and design and is the most intact ...
  • This historical building is on West Macon Street at Madison Square and is a National Historic Landmark. It was the headquarters of General Sherman after he occupied Savannah in 1864. Built in the mi...
  • This state historic site near Savannah consists of 822 acres of protected land of what was once Wormsloe Plantation. The large estate established by one of Georgia`s colonial founders, Noble Jones, ...
  • This is an example of an early to mid-20th-century residential neighborhood developed from antebellum estates. It was laid out in response to the streetcar line that ran along the southern and easte...
  • An account of this historic district really begins with the founding of Columbus, when the cityís most famous antebellum mansion St. Elmo was built around 1830. There is another smaller antebellum h...
  • This is a small, residential neighborhood comprising the circa 1859 Dinglewood house and early 20th century residences as also privately-owned homes around the central, circular park and a city-owne...
  • This historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places is an area of properties that range from Federal cottages to Victorian homes. Historic Columbus Foundation offers heritage w...
  • Built in 1899, Historic Ritz Theatre hosts live performances by renowned performers and holds classic film series and a variety of exhibits at Ritz Theatre Gallery. Historic Ritz Theatre has seen gr...
  • The Old City Hall is fully restored with and reopened with its gleaming heart-pine and marble floors, original vintage fireplaces and newly refitted gaslight fixtures. Lending an air of old fashione...
  • The Brunswick Old Town Historic District encompasses the site of the colonial British town of Brunswick. Named after the family of King George III of England, the town was laid out in 1771 and retai...
  • The plantation represents the history of Georgiaís rice coast. In the early 1800s William Brailsford of Charleston established a rice plantation from marshes along the Altamaha River. The plantation...
  • This prominent Atlanta historical site is home to priceless Civil War and Georgia State flag collection and houses a Museum that preserves exhibits, events and history of the capitol building. There...
  • Understand Atlantaís past on a guided history tour telling all about the Civil War and Civil Rights in Underground Atlanta. Underground Atlanta is an urban phenomenon that came about in the wake of ...
  • Spread over 33 acres in the Buckhead region in Atlanta, the History Center attracts history buffs to see Southeastís largest historic repositories along with two historic houses including Swan House...
  • This cultural venue is one of the most famous Atlanta historical attractions. It includes the final resting place of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as his birth home. The King C...
  • This two-story brick building in monumental Greek Revival style has a four-over-four rooms and a central hall plan. A heroic Greek Doric peristyle dominates the facade and sides. The stuccoed-brick ...
  • This brick building is a highly ornamented and eclectic example of the Neo-classical style of architecture. The second storey has clerestory windows crowning the tall first-story. With significant d...
  • It was an Englishman named Thomas Bishop who came to Athens from Massachusetts in 1835 to open a grocery store. After acquiring the building site from the Trustees of the University of Georgia, he c...
  • This one-story asymmetrical cottage in Queen Anne style has a pyramidal roof with lower-cross gables and is quite ornamental. The full-facade porch features a spindlework frieze with beads, lace-lik...