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1839 N Columbia St, Milledgeville, United States
2631A N Columbia St, Milledgeville, United States
2461 N Columbia St, Milledgeville, United States
2551 North Columbia Street, Milledgeville, United States
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... across the bridge from us), so forget about getting back to nature or hearing birds and crickets. After driving around the town of Milledgeville for an hour or so, we stopped into a Realtor's office and met a salesman who agreed to take us around. We ...
Slowly and God willing, I am still in the recovery process. It's a battle everyday, these things don't heal overnight - or month or summer (as I had expected). I've finally returned to my everyday routines without too much of a hassle; riding my bike, ...
What is Sequestration, you all may be asking yourselves? Well, allow me to explain, because I have become quite the expert over the last couple of weeks. Basically, it is across the board, automatic budget cuts for ...
So, I got to thinking (I know, I know; I do this entirely too much, and sentences that start off with "So, I got to thinking" usually lead to some kind of debaucherous mischief with this crew): what if for this year's epic man ...
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P.O. Box 947, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States
Historic farm in Milledgeville, GA where Southern fiction writer Flannery O'Connor lived and worked until her death in 1964.
300 West Franklin Street, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States
The site of Flannery O'Connor's grave.
Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States
This memorial to author Flannery O'Connor is located in the Ina Dillard Russell Library at Georgia State University.
620 Broad St, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States
Established in 1842 as the Georgia Lunatic Asylum, this facility treated patients suffering from mental illness, epilepsy and tuberculosis. Today, the fully accredited hospital occupies approximately 100 buildings on 1700 acres. Museum by appointment only.