Tag Archives: South Georgia General Stores

Roadside Store, Seminole County

 

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White Oak Pastures General Store, 1840s, Bluffton

This historic store was built in the 1840s and after a renovation, is now home to the White Oak Pastures General Store. Its last owner, Herman Bass, ceased operations in the 1960s. It’s at the forefront of the Harris family’s efforts to bring Bluffton back to life. They eventually plan to move their wonderful farm-to-table restaurant from the farm, just over the line in Early County, to downtown Bluffton.

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McKemie Brothers Store, Clay County

Thanks to Jana Anderson Lindsey for the identification.

 

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Sam Ingram’s Store, Zetto

 

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Historic Storefronts, Edison

Hartford Street [The building on the right is the Hammack-Rish Bank, built in 1902].

Though it’s quite small, Edison has retained much of its early-20th-century commercial architecture.

Hartford Street

Hartford Street

Turner Street

Edison Commercial Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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General Store, Edison

 

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Abandoned Storefront, Newton

This appears to be the oldest structure among those that survived the Flood of ’94. It may already have been abandoned when the Flint River covered the town.

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Filed under --BAKER COUNTY GA--, Newton GA