This is among the older and more traditional housing styles in the Hog Hammock community.
Hog Hammock Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
Filed under -MCINTOSH COUNTY, Hog Hammock GA, Sapelo Island GA
Tagged as --MCINTOSH COUNTY GA--, African-American Culture of Coastal Georgia, Architecture of Coastal Georgia, © Brian Brown/Vanishing Media, Barrier Islands of Coastal Georgia, Folklife of the Georgia Coast, Gullah-Geechee Culture, Hog Hammock GA, Houses of Coastal Georgia, National Register of Historic Places, Sapelo Island GA
thank you very much, i love these pictures. grover
On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 9:22 AM, Vanishing Coastal Georgia Photographs by
Another great post. Thank you so much for documenting this history before it does disappear. I’m going to Jekyll Island in a few weeks. Is there anything you know of that I should seek out?
how was sapelo island?! I am interested in going. did you camp? it seems really amazing out there. great picture as usual!
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