Tag Archives: Berrien County

Alapaha Colored School-Alapaha, Georgia

The Alapaha Colored School is one of the last remaining two story, wood frame schoolhouses built for the education of Black schoolchildren. It was in use from 1924-1964. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

Victorian Farmhouse-Nashville, Georgia

Berrien County

This farmhouse sits on the outskirts of Nashville, Georgia. I pulled over immediately when I saw it. I did not know I would have a little goat friend watching my shenanigans.

Brian Brown of Vanishing Georgia identified the house as the N. T. Peeples House.

goat sits on the porch of a white Victorian farmhouse in Berrien County, Georgia

Oaky Grove Primitive Baptist Church-Berrien County, Georgia

Founded in 1890, this double entrance, with the gables, intrigued me. Based on this photo, the entrance is either original or has been there quite awhile. Primitive Baptists, historically, do not build churches with adorned entryways. The congregation is active and has a well taken care of cemetery.