Tag Archives: North Georgia Vernacular Architecture

Grange Schoolhouse, Gibson

I had a nice visit with Mr. Usry, who owns this property. He noted that it was moved to this location many years ago after serving as the schoolhouse for the community of Grange, in Jefferson County. It’s been used as a storage facility for many years.

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Gabled-Ell House, Gibson

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Gable Front House, Gibson

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Scruggsville Post Office, Circa 1887, Mitchell

Before the establishment of Mitchell, the nearest community was Scruggsville. In 1887, its post office was moved to be near the newly laid tracks of the Augusta, Gibson & Sandersville Railroad and its name changed to honor its president, Robert Mitchell. The town was incorporated in 1896.

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Abandoned Vernacular House, Edge Hill

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General Store, Edge Hill

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Black’s Grocery, Edge Hill

Edge Hill (Edgehill) is the smallest incorporated city in Georgia, with just 24 residents recorded in the 2010 census.

 

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