Vanishing South Georgia Pulaski County GA Red Stock Hay Barn Farming Agriculture Country Photograph View Picture Image Southern Rural Farm Copyright Brian Brown

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Eastman, GA; Birthplace of Stuckey's

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Eastman GA Dodge County William Pitt Eastman Home House Folk Victorian Architecture Pictures Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2010

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Hawkinsville GA Pulaski County Victorian Architecture House Landmark Rural Southern USA Picture Pictures Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia

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Vanishing South Georgia Hawkinsville Pulaski County GA Southern Rural Small Town View Architecture Colored Glass Porthole Window Star Motif Photograph Picture Image Copyright Brian Brown

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Hawkinsville GA Pulaski County Merritt Street Historic District Greek Revival Architecture Half Medallion Frieze Wraparound Porch Picture Image Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2011

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Vanishing South Georgia Hawkinsville Pulaski County GA Georgian Architecture Mansion Home House Style View Photograph Photo Picture Image Copyright Brian Brown

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Atlanta History Center | Swan House | Atlanta, Georgia

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Today in Georgia History Alexander Stephens on Georgia secession (11/4/1860)

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Steamboat "City of Hawkinsville of Tampa" - Cedar Key - The City of Hawkinsville was 140' long by 30' wide steamship built in 1886 by the Hawkinsville (Georgia) Deepwater Boat Lines. In 1900, it was sold to the Gulf Transportation of Tampa. It was used primarily to haul timber on the Suwannee River. It became obsolete with the rise of railroads, & in 1922 it was abandoned in the middle of the Suwannee River. The wreck site has since been designated as a Florida Underwater Archaeological Pres...

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I Pledge Allegiance

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This is Adam

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Dunaway's Crossing (Historical Women's Fiction) by Nancy Brandon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007NN2C4E/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_alp_4chQpb0H02N5E

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