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Exchange Bank, Circa 1915, Oakfield

In 2010, Vonnice Brown wrote: “I have always loved this building and about a year ago, I purchased it from the Harris family. The bank was built in the early 1900’s and was open only 3 years as a bank. 61 more words

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Lake Blackshear Dam, 1930, Warwick

Also known as the Warwick Dam, the larger complex known as Plant Crisp was devised in 1925 as a way for Crisp County to generate its own electrical power. 92 more words

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Site of Davis Mill, Worth County

Davis Mill was built on Jones Creek in northern Worth County in 1879. The foundation of the gristmill remains today, as does the millpond (now known as Jordan Company Lake). 64 more words

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T. W. Tison Grocery, Doles

The two old country stores in Doles, across the road from each other and operated by two Tison brothers, are rural landmarks that somehow seem to hang on. 9 more words

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Fargo United Methodist Church

Though it’s been the home of the church for many years, this building was originally a schoolhouse.

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Bethany Primitive Baptist Church & Arabia Cemetery, Clinch County

Bethany was established as a branch of Union Church in 1841 and was constituted in May 1847. It remains an active congregation, meeting on the third Saturday and Sunday of each month. 164 more words

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Antioch Methodist Church, 1844, Clinch County

With a choir of two and a congregation of five, the very survival of this little church is an inspiration. Built in 1844, it’s truly one of the most historic rural church buildings in South Georgia. 79 more words

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