Category Archives: Nashville GA

Five Point Grocery-Market, Nashville

Nashville GA Historic Five Point Grocery Market Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

This is one Nashville’s best-loved landmarks, though it’s been years since it saw service as a grocery store.

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Carter-Clark House, 1905, Nashville

nashville ga historic carter clark house photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

Built by Dr. L. A. Carter, this is one of the anchors of a proposed historic district in Nashville that will include both residential and commercial structures.

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Connie’s Children’s Park, Nashville

nashville ga connies park fountain photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

Created and named  for Nashville’s first woman mayor, the late Connie Tate Perry, Connie’s Children’s Park is located beside the old courthouse. I can’t emphasize enough how wonderful this fountain is as a piece of accessible public art. There’s really nothing to compare in South Georgia.

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World War I Memorial, 1921, Nashville

nashville ga the spirit of the american doughboy wwi statue photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

“The Spirit of the American Doughboy” statue was designed by Ernest Moore Viquesney (who was living in Americus at the time) in 1921; the impetus for the monument was the death of about 25 Berrien County men during the collision of the Otranto with the Kashmir off the Isle of Islay in 1918. This was the first of hundreds of such memorials placed in public spaces around the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. An alternate nickname for the statue is “Iron Mike”.

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Nashville Mural

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Berrien County Jail, 1903, Nashville

nashville ga old berrien county jail photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

The old Berrien County Jail was designed by the Pauly Jail Building & Manufacturing Company of St. Louis and built by J. J. Carr & Company of Atlanta. It served the county until 1955, when a new facility was constructed. As a Bicentennial Project in 1976, members of the Berrien County Future Farmers of America renovated the old jail, which had fallen into disrepair. For many years after this restoration, however, the jail was rarely used; it has most recently served as the headquarters for the local chamber of commerce.

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