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Dickey Presbyterian Church, 1871, Calhoun County

This congregation dates to 1849, beginning in a location a mile south and then known as the Pachitla Presbyterian Church. For a time, the area was known as Whitney, and the church name was changed to Whitney Presbyterian. 62 more words

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General Store, Dickey

This is next door to the gas station pictured in the previous post. It’s hard to imagine Dickey was ever large enough to support two stores. 17 more words

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Suomi Road, Dodge County

Were it not for the name Suomi Road, there would be no hint that such a strange-named (for rural South Georgia) place ever existed. The origins of the name are lost to history, but John Goff ( 115 more words

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Triple Gable Farmhouse, Suomi

I imagine this was a “high Victorian” in an earlier incarnation but it’s nearly gone to the elements now.

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Kwik Chek, Groveland

Though this store has had numerous incarnations over the years, the old Sunbeam Bread sign out front indicates that it was once known as Kwik Chek #1. 18 more words

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