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.
Bethesda Church was built in 1853 and is all that is left of a once-expansive plantation.
The African Methodist-Episcopal Church was first constructed in 1890 from land carved out of the Platt Plantation.
[Pointe Coupee Parish, LA]
This historic churchyard offers an idyllic glimpse into the Florida frontier.
[Alachua County, FL]
This church sits forgotten, with no signage or markers to tell us her stories.
[Sumter County, AL]
Built in 1882, this is the second church built by this congregation.
[Wilcox County, AL]