I’m honored to be featured in the current issue of Southwest Georgia Living. KK Snyder does a wonderful job with this well-loved magazine, which covers people and places in the region and far beyond. Katie Murray Alt wrote the article and was a delight to work with. See the photos and read the article here.
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.
The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church traces its origins to a group of freed slaves in Jackson, Tennessee, in 1870. They had been members, with their masters, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
This appears to have been built as a double-pen house with a later rear addition.
This is a pool hall and disco (juke joint), in the middle of the pinelands of Baker County.