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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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Bark Camp Baptist Church, 1848, Burke County

Bark Camp Baptist, the 7th oldest Baptist church in Georgia, sprang from one of the oldest communities in Burke County. Bark Camp was named for the lean-to housing built by early cattlemen. 163 more words

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Bob & Bob Grocery, Gough

This store is a step back in time, with its old Coca-Cola sign and gas pumps right at the front door. There’s also a restaurant next door, though I’m not sure if it’s open. 19 more words

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Clark's Chapel M. E. Church, 1847, Burke County

This is one of the best maintained and neatest little country churches I’ve ever seen in Georgia. It was built by Charles Clark as a plantation church to serve the spiritual needs of his large family. 116 more words

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Hopeful Baptist Church, 1855, Burke County

It’s thought that this church was built by David Demarest, the architect of Old Mercer Chapel in Penfield and the Greene County Courthouse in Greensboro. It certainly harkens to his mastery of Greek Revival architecture. 81 more words

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