Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown
This historic congregation dates to 1792 and was home to some of the earliest settlers in this area of Georgia.
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Architecturally, this is one of the most well-proportioned homes in Sandersville.
North Harris Street Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
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Sandersville Commercial & Industrial District, NRHP
This was built on the courthouse square to replace the earlier lodge, which had been spared by Union troops during Sherman’s March to the Sea only to be lost to fire in 1921.
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One of the most interesting features of this house is the concave curve of the balcony, which is nicely reflected in the curve of the portico.
On his infamous March to the Sea, General William Tecumseh Sherman headquartered in this house on 26 November 1864. Built by Nathan Haynes, the house has had many owners, William Gainer Brown most notable among them. 63 more words
Major Mark N. Newman (1827-1906) of Company C, 49th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, built the first section of this house in 1855. 15 more words
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