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 is a replica of the one-room structure that served a congregation of early settlers in the Mississippi Territory.
[Claiborne County, MS]
Built in the 1840s, this church sat at a significant crossroads during the Civil War.
Built sometime before the 1880s, this historic boarding house served travelers along the cattle route that passed in front.
[Sumter County, FL]
This church from 1868 was destined to rot away in a Mississippi ghost town until it was relocated and given a new lease on life.
This federal style mansion from the early 1800s rots away in Mississippi.
[Adams County, MS]
This ghost town sits like a time capsule at the end of an old dirt road.
[Jefferson County, MS]
This old railroad town is much quieter today than it once was
[Clarke County, AL]
This church has been hit by a tornado.
[Ben Hill County Georgia]
Built in 1906, this impressive mansion has been on the market for years.
[Perry County, AL]
This building served as a hospital during the 1st and 2nd Battle of Manassas during the Civil War.
[Prince William County, VA]
This expansive shipyard was closed in 1993.
[Charleston County, SC]
This church will be demolished soon.
[Alachua County, FL]
A generation of Floridian's were born and raised in this home.
This beautiful church + cemetery have been lovingly maintained for 185 years.
[Hale County, AL]
Elsie and her family have left the building.
[Columbia County, FL c. 1920s]
This home was offered for free to anyone who could move it. No one stepped up so it was demolished.
[Putnam County, FL]
This old schoolhouse rests peacefully in a pasture.
[Pender County, NC]
This church served as a battle site and hospital during the Civil War.
[Loudon County, VA]
This store is situated just along the railroad where it once served passengers of the Atlantic Coast Line.
[Williamsburg County, SC]
This old store at a sleepy rural crossroads was visited by Dorothea Lange in 1939.
[Orange County, NC]
This plantation home was built in 1823 for Henry Hill Thorne and his bride, Elizabeth Alston Williams.
[Halifax County, NC]
The African Methodist-Episcopal Church was first constructed in 1890 from land carved out of the Platt Plantation.
[Pointe Coupee Parish, LA]
I believe this to have been a Rosenwald School, built under a fascinating 1920's initiative.
[Tangipahoa Parish, LA]
The story of this boat is almost as incredible as its ending is sad.
[Concordia Parish, LA]
Built in 1911, this building served the Kansas City- Mexico- Orient Railway.
[Pecos County, TX]
Signs from all the biggest soda vendors decorate this forgotten Gulf Gas Station.
[Laurens County, SC]
This old settlement dates back to just after the Revolutionary War.
The railroad still passes, though there is no one left to hear it.
If you take some time to ponder the details of this home, a story emerges.
[Bradford County, FL]
Deep in the Ocala National Forest is this ghost town that is suspended in time.
[Marion County, FL]
This home was built by the second generation of the Price Family and is still owned and farmed by descendants.
Join me in my time machine...
Sacred to the memory of.
[Union County, FL]
Built in 1866 by a group of freed slaves.
[Glynn County, GA]
Built in 1886, this school was the first for African-American girls in the state.
[Houston County, TX]
This Western town was mostly abandoned after The Great Depression.
[Reeves County, TX]
Built in 1850 of native stone, this home has 27' thick walls.
[Willams County, TX]
This church leans more each day.
[Union County Florida]
This home left me with more questiosn than answers.
This church sits forgotten, with no signage or markers to tell us her stories.
[Sumter County, AL]
Built in 1882, this is the second church built by this congregation.
[Wilcox County, AL]
Built in 1845, this raised-cottage has had some fascinating residents.
[Dallas County, AL]
Built in 1887, this beautiful home stands as in remembrance of the family that built it.
This church has sat empty for years but an ambitious local historian is giving it a new lease on life.
[Tattnall County, GA]
This home was built by the first freed generation of the Bradley Family.
Built in the 1890's, this hotel was built to serve passengers of the Florida Coastal Line.
Built in the 1880's, this hotel once served hunting parties that traveled to the interior of Florida
[Alchua County, FL]
The town that once sat here is long gone.
[Madison County, FL]
This historic churchyard offers an idyllic glimpse into the Florida frontier.
This church was built in the 1830s with bricks made by people enslaved here.
This church stands for its 203rd year.
The collection of antique belongs to a local farming family who retire them here and have arranged them in chronological order.
[Wakulla County, Florida]
This church stands in ruins, awaiting the inevitable.
[Ware County, GA]
Built in 1870, this home has sat empty for many years but its current owner is giving it a new lease on life!
[Russell County, Alabama]
This church is no longer in regular use but has been wonderfully maintained over the years.
Sitting along a quiet dirt path is something you'd never expect to find.
Despite its current condition, this epic farmhouse decoarates the sloping landscape perfectly.
[Grainger County, TN]
Built in 1768 and relocated in 1974, this home's original timbers are in near-perfect condition.
Built in 1901, this mansion holds mysteries in its walls.
[Gonzales County, TX]
A beautiful home from another era.
These cabins sit as reminders of the height of auto-tourism days in Florida.
[Citrus County, FL]
This barbecue stand was a local roadside favorite and has been closed for many years.
[Camden County, GA]
Built in the 1870s, the hollow home has more of a story to tell than you might guess.
Built in 1889, Daniel Morgan built this magnificent home at the lake.
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]
Built in 1925, this magnificent home sat empty for decades.
[Lake County, FL]
Built in the early 1900s, this schoolhouse sits at the center of a once-bustling turpentine community.
[Gadsden County, FL]
Built in the 1800s by a pioneer family, this home is a magnificent example of the traditional dogtrot style.
[Bullock County, Alabama]
Built in the early 1900s, a community constructed this one-room schoolhouse without knowing that their small village would cease to exist within a few years.
This church, originally constructed in 1757 would be burned in the Revolutionary War and then again during the Civil War in Shermans March to the Sea.
[Beaufort County, SC]
Built in 1the early 1900s by a prominent local merchant, this incredible house crumbles along the railroad tracks.
[Jackson County, FL]
Built in the 1880s, the railroad master lived in this home along the tracks with his young family.