Organized in 1772, the Greenwood Baptist Church is one of the oldest in the state of Georgia. Originally known as Upton Creek Baptist Church, they changed their name when it was decided to move the congregation into a wooded area. The church was completed by 1812.
This plantation plain is believed to have been built in 1854.
Completed in 1904, the Amity School is outside of Lincolntom, Georgia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
I am currently unable to locate information on the church. The congregation was founded in 1874.
Located approximately two miles down a dirt road is the Smith Chapel and School. The scene above sits on the front of the church as a greeting for anyone who enters. Founded in 1911, there isn’t much know about the congregation.
Petersburg, Lincoln County
Founded as the New Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church prior to 1850, the church changes it’s name to Boonshill in 1949. It’s located on top of a mountain in a picturesque area of Tennessee.