Collections of ancient or historic buildings, either original or reconstructed on a site or linked sites presented to the public in such a way as to increase understanding of the past located in Georgia.
Callaway Plantation
Consists of the manor house (1869), a log cabin (c. 1785), and a federal plainstyle house (c.1790), farming structures, the farm and fields with images and visitor information located at Washington.
Fort King George Historic Site
Built and operated in the 1720s, the fort served as a southeastern military fort for Britain's Colonial Empire in America located at Dorien.
Georgia's Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village
Consists of a traditional farm community of the 1870s, progressive farmstead of the 1890s, industrial sites complex, and a rural town, including history, educational programs, events calendar, and teacher resources located at Tifton.
Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site
Covers the farm eras of Dick Jarrell's cotton farm and mills from 1895 and his father's 1847 plantation home and smokehouse, and includes information on annual events, visitor information and a map located at Juliette.
Westville
Depicts an 1850 village with over thirty authentically furnished pre-Civil War buildings. Includes calendar, events, educational programs, virtual tour, hours, admission prices, membership, map and museum shop. Located at Lumpkin.
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