Dating back to the 1800s, central Terrell County, Georgia was comprised of workers from the local timber mill who owned a majority of the gorgeous homes. According to local historians, this is the oldest home in Dawson. Originally constructed in the 1830s as a simple farmhouse, in 1896, the Harrison-Lark-Alley-Jones house was moved using logs to its current location and remodeled in a Queen Anne style. In 1997, the Dawson Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places and nearly encompasses the entire town of Dawson.
Thanks for reading my blog. Please share it with your friends. I appreciate the support.
You can find me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok. For more abandoned homes and other amazing forgotten places from across Georgia, check out my books that are available through Amazon.