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Folk Victorian, Ellenton

Ellenton is a very small town, focused completely on agriculture. This old house was a nice architectural diversion, in surprisingly good condition.

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Five Point Grocery-Market, Nashville

This is one Nashville’s best-loved landmarks, though it’s been years since it saw service as a grocery store.

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Dr. Samuel Martin House, Hazlehurst

Anyone who’s ever passed through Hazlehurst on U.S. Highway 341 has undoubtedly seen this house and likely wondered about its history. Luckily, Jesse Bookhardt, a native of Jeff Davis County… 110 more words

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The Big House, Hazlehurst

From the history brochure, distributed by the Hazlehurst-Jeff Davis County Board of Tourism:

The Big House is an antebellum-style home that overlooks the town like a grand old dame. 538 more words

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Early Postcard Views of Tifton

Love Avenue and Methodist Church, Circa 1907

I’ve been collecting antique postcards of South Georgia towns since I was in college, beginning in 1988. I recently inherited a large collection and like to share them from time to time. 42 more words

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Old Musella Methodist Church, Roberta

Presently known as the Lindsey Building and is used as the Roberta-Crawford Civic Center, this building was originally located in Musella and served as the Methodist church there. 57 more words

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Dickey Farms, Musella


In business since 1897, Dickey Farms is one of Georgia’s most iconic peach growers and packers. People drive from far and wide to the out-of-the-way packinghouse here in Musella to buy their famous peach ice cream and other peach-based goodies. 9 more words

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