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Smiley House, Ludowici

I believe this was built in the late 19th century, when Long County was still a part of Liberty County. It was the home of longtime Ludowici merhcants Rufus & Ernestine Smiley.

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Montgomery Lake & The World Record Largemouth Bass, Telfair County

Montgomery Lake is an oxbow of the Ocmulgee River. A mile or so before you reach the Ocmulgee Water Trail sign for Montgomery Lake & Stave’s Landing, driving north on Georgia Highway 117 from Jacksonville to Lumber City,  there’s a Georgia Historic Marker which gives this beautiful but nondescript place mythical status among sportsmen. 371 more words

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New Hope Methodist Church, Bulloch County

The congregation of New Hope Methodist was organized in 1804. It’s one of the most beautiful churches in Bulloch County. A historical marker placed by the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church in 1998 reads: 87 more words

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Oak Hill, Tattnall County

This landmark retains many of its outbuildings and most of the old oaks which give it its name.

It’s not quite Oak Alley, but a standout in Southeast Georgia, nonetheless. 30 more words

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Ways Grove Baptist Church, Stellaville

A modern brick church stands adjacent to this structure. I’m glad the congregation has done their best to save this structure.

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