Georgia HIstoric Houses and Buildings
At the Foxfire Museum & Heritage Center, you will find homes, tools, trades, crafts, and a look at the lifestyle of the all-but-vanished pioneer culture of the Southern Appalachian
This historic, walkable, shopable, restaurant-rich town on the banks of the Chattahoochee River boasts three of the most interesting and historic houses in Georgia. Roswell’s
Margaret Mitchell’s research in Fayetteville led her to the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House. The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House, an 1855 Greek revival antebellum home with six classic
The Dalton area was one of the strategic locations in the Civil War in Georgia thanks to the fact that the Western and Atlantic Railroad ran through the middle of town. Throughout
Besides the Revoluntionary War and Civil War heritage that many places in Georgia enjoy, Richmond Hill in Bryan County has an era of history uniquely its own—the Henry Ford Era.
The listing for Jekyll Island’s National Historic District and Museum was recently updated and it was a reminder that this is one of the top Do-It-Yourself walking or biking tours
A detailed description for the Isle of Hope has been added to the Brown's Guides site. See the related listing below for all of the info.
The right wing of William T. Sherman’s forces on his March to the Sea passed through Jenkins County in the first days of December, 1864, stripping the countryside of food and
If you're traveling anywhere near the mountains of northeast Georgia, plan a visit to Mountain City and take a walk through the past at the Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center, a
By SHERRI SMITH BROWN The Little White House at Warm Springs in Meriwether County is a place I’ve visited numerous times since moving to Georgia nearly 30 years ago. It’s a