Historic Houses of Georgia: The Antebellum Years

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Bulloch Hall - Roswell
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Journey back in time as Georgia Public Broadcasting takes you through the architectural wonders of our state with Historic Houses of Georgia: The Antebellum Years on GPB. Historic Houses of Georgia takes you on an architectural adventure you'll never forget as houses from Savannah to Rome and from Augusta to Thomasville are opened for behind-the-scenes tours.

GPB crews crisscrossed the state to explore the legacies of Macon's spectacular Hay House, the University of Georgia's President's House in Athens, Augusta's Ezekiel Harris House, Rome's Oak Hill, and many, many more. Through every open door emerge stories of the way things were before the war that tore the nation apart.

Hay House, Macon.
Image courtesy of Georgia Department of Economic Development
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Historic Houses of Georgia: The Antebellum Years is a production of Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB), the nine-station public TV network dedicated to creating quality television programs that celebrate our local culture and history. Other GPB specials include: Georgia's Historic Inns, Georgia on my Mind, Lost Atlanta and its sequel Lost Atlanta: The Way We Were.




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