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Railey-Hall, Barn, State Highway 3/U.S. Highway 19 at Croxton Cross Road, Sumter, Sumter County, GA

Railey-Hall, Barn, State Highway 3/U.S. Highway 19 at Croxton Cross Road, Sumter, Sumter County, GA

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Significance: This barn is associated with the Railey-Hall House which is part of a district which comprises the core of the rural crossroads community of Sumter in Sumter County. The district contains five commercial buildings including two stores; a filling station, a cotton gin, and a seed house that will be moved or demolished. The Railey-Hall house is also included in the district and is located on the west side of U.S. Highway 19. Several outbuildings and a metal windmill surround the house. The significance of the outbuildings is that they are recognizable components of a historic agricultural landscape.
Survey number: HABS GA-15-D



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Mason, Anne, transmitter
Office of Environment and Location, Georgia Department of Transportation, sponsor


Sumter Homes31.99816, -84.22788
Google Map of 31.9981596, -84.2278796


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