Down a quiet dirt road in south Georgia are two old homes that hold within their walls the story of a family that stretches back to 1800.
The Smith Family home was converted into use as a battlefield hospital during the Civil War. Today, the house is for sale.
No craftsman of their day left a more indelible mark on North Carolina than Thomas Day, whose personal story is as fascinating as his skill as a woodworker.
Built in the 1840s, the mill ruins left here are the last reminder of the Burning Raids of 1864.
This campus was once the largest facility in the United States for the treatment of mental illness. Today, it’s empty but there are hopes to restore it.
This Virginia home was added to over time, creating a one-of-a-kind house that is currently for sale.
The ruins of Elm Bluff hold the story of Alabama’s earliest settlers and the people who came to be enslaved here.
This massive home started as a modest log cabin and was the first permanent structure in the village. Today, it sits empty and in danger of being demolished.
This sleepy crossroads in rural Georgia used to be an important town along well-traveled travel routes. But today, very little remains of the community.
This historic home and tavern in North Carolina dates to 1804 and undoubtedly holds some fascinating tales. And although its been empty for years, it might have another chance if a willing preservationist steps up!