Carneghan Emanuel Baptist Church, McIntosh County

This church was constructed between 1979-1983. Set in a beautiful grove of moss-draped oaks, its of a style typical among African-American congregations in Coastal Georgia. [“Carneghan” is likely the original spelling of the community, but it has been changed to “Carnigan” on modern maps.]

Author: Brian Brown

Brian Brown is a documentary photographer, author, and historian who lives in Coastal Georgia.

One thought on “Carneghan Emanuel Baptist Church, McIntosh County”

  1. And the Carneghan freed-slaves community took their name from William Carnochan whose first rum distillery in GA ruins resides nearby.

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