Tag Archives: South Georgia Farmhouses

Currie House, 1850s, Laurens County

This well-maintained landmark is located just north of the Wheeler County line. Cherrie Currie Smith writes: This farm and home belonged to my grandparents, Elmer and Anne Lou Currie. The home was built before the Civil War.

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Central Hallway Farmhouse, Laurens County

This was amoong the most common vernacular housing styles in rural Georgia in the late-19th and early-20th centuries. Quite a few still survive.

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Plantation Plain Farmhouse, Decatur County

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Vernacular Farmhouse, Thomas County

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I first photographed this house in 2009 (above) and I’m amazed to find it still standing.

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Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Pierce County

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Board-and-Batten Farmhouse, Montgomery County

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Tenant Farmhouse, Montgomery County

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