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1860, December 20
South Carolina, rapidly followed by six other southern states, secedes from Union in reaction to election of Lincoln, who opposes extension of slavery into western territories. These states organize the Confederate States of America.
Listings by StateHistoric DistrictsVacant / Not In Use

GEORGIA - Camden County - Vacant / Not In Use

Duck House (added 1984 - - #84000938)
Camden County - Cumberland Island , St. Marys
(9 acres, 1 building)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering
Architectural Style: Other, Stick/Eastlake
Area of Significance: Architecture
Period of Significance: 1900-1924
Owner: Federal
Historic Function: Domestic, Health Care, Recreation And Culture
Historic Sub-function: Camp, Outdoor Recreation, Resort, Sport Facility
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use

Little Cumberland Island Lighthouse (added 1989 - - #89001407)
Camden County - N end of Little Cumberland Island , St. Marys
(60 acres, 1 structure)
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Hastings,Joseph
Architectural Style: No Style Listed
Area of Significance: Transportation, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1900-1924, 1875-1899, 1850-1874, 1825-1849
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Transportation
Historic Sub-function: Water-Related
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use

McIntosh, John Houstoun, Sugarhouse (added 1992 - - #92000167)
Camden County - Ga. Spur 40, 6 mi. N of St. Marys , St. Marys
(10 acres)
Historic Significance: Information Potential, Event
Area of Significance: Historic - Non-Aboriginal, Industry
Cultural Affiliation: Industrial American
Period of Significance: 1850-1874, 1825-1849
Owner: Local
Historic Function: Industry/Processing/Extraction
Historic Sub-function: Manufacturing Facility
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use

Rayfield Archeological District (added 1984 - - #84000924)
Camden County - Address Restricted , St. Marys
(60 acres)
Historic Significance: Information Potential
Area of Significance: Historic - Non-Aboriginal, Agriculture
Cultural Affiliation: Black American
Period of Significance: 1850-1874, 1825-1849, 1800-1824
Owner: Federal
Historic Function: Domestic
Historic Sub-function: Institutional Housing, Single Dwelling, Village Site
Current Function: Landscape, Vacant/Not In Use
Current Sub-function: Park




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