Red barns are iconic across rural America, but have you ever wondered why so many are painted this prolific color?
Built in 1902, this abandoned home holds the story of one woman who left quite an impact on her family and community.
Whitley Family House | Brandon County, MS | c. 1917 or 1919 Locals have driven by this home and lamented its deteriorated condition for more than 30 years. Like a sad sentinel, this local landmark holds the story of one Mississippi family who grew up within its walls. But it also holds the story of…
This home and the adjacent building once served as a farmhouse and doctors office for a rural farming community in South Georgia.
A Masonic Lodge was founded here in 1852 and still meets to this day.
This remarkable example of Greek Revival architecture has endured the ups and downs that the rest of the nation did through war, depression, and dramatic shifts.
[Hancock County, GA]
Built sometime before the 1880s, this historic boarding house served travelers along the cattle route that passed in front.
[Sumter County, FL]
This beautiful church + cemetery have been lovingly maintained for 185 years.
[Hale County, AL]
This old railroad town is much quieter today than it once was
[Clarke County, AL]
This church has sat empty for years but an ambitious local historian is giving it a new lease on life.
[Tattnall County, GA]