Enigma, Georgia

Enigma GA Berrien County Post Office Abandoned Store Old F 150 Pickup Truck Passing By Main Street Picture Image Photograph Copyright © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

Founded between 1876-1880 by John A. Ball, from Raleigh, North Carolina, Enigma was incorporated in 1906.


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5 responses to “Enigma, Georgia

  1. My home town, from age 5, attending the Enigma Elementary School. Graduated from the 8th grade with a class roll of about 14.

  2. Judith Braswell-VanScoy

    My student dentist at GRU School of Dentistry (now graduated) has chosen as his practice to serve the citizens of Enigma. Coming from a large, prosperous farm family in Tifton, he said he felt the need to be there. I want to thank you Brian for showing us not only pieces of history, but there is an underlying fact that we all need to put back something into this land and its people. My ancestors in Decatur, Miller, Randolph, and Seminole Counties were subsistance farmers, trying to recover from Reconstruction and the Great Depression. Keep up the good work, Brian.

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