Filed under --TATTNALL COUNTY GA--
Tagged as --TATTNALL COUNTY GA--, © Brian Brown/Vanishing Media, South Georgia Farmhouses, South Georgia Tenant Houses, South Georgia Vernacular Architecture
I’m sure you already knew this. All the counties were formed small so that no one in the county would be more than one day’s horse ride away from the county seat.
HI BRIAN, GREAT PHOTO, REALLY LIKE THE ANGLE AND WAY THAT THE BIG OLD LIVE OAK COVERS AND FRAMES THE HOUSE. THAT OLD TREE WAS THE MAIN AIR CONDITIONING OF THE DAY. LOOKS TO BE A FAIRLY WELL MADE TENANT HOUSE FOR THE TIME! I WOULD PROBABLY MISTOOK FOR THE MAIN HOUSE.
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