This remarkable example of Greek Revival architecture has endured the ups and downs that the rest of the nation did through war, depression, and dramatic shifts.
[Hancock County, GA]
This farmhouse has been stripped of it parts but its beauty still shines through.
[Lowndes County, GA]
This church was founded in 1886 by a group of freed slaves.
[Taliaferro County, GA]
This home was adapted over generations to fit the needs of a growing family.
[Irwin County, GA]
This church has been hit by a tornado.
[Ben Hill County Georgia]
This church has sat empty for years but an ambitious local historian is giving it a new lease on life.
[Tattnall County, GA]
Built in 1866 by a group of freed slaves.
[Glynn County, GA]
This home left me with more questiosn than answers.
This church stands for its 203rd year.
This church stands in ruins, awaiting the inevitable.
[Ware County, GA]
This church is no longer in regular use but has been wonderfully maintained over the years.
This barbecue stand was a local roadside favorite and has been closed for many years.
[Camden County, GA]
Built in 1870, this awesome home sits along the tracks in a sleepy Georgia railroad town.
Built in 1904, this home was relocated from the nearest city to this beautiful spot for restoration.
[Berrien County, GA]