List of plantations in Georgia (U.S. state)

This is a list of plantations and/or plantation houses in the U.S. state of Georgia that are National Historic Landmarks, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, listed on a heritage register, or are otherwise significant for their history, association with significant events or people, or their architecture and design.[1][2][3]

Color key Historic register listing
National Historic Landmark
National Register of Historic Places
Contributing property to a National Register of Historic Places historic district
Not listed on national or state register
NRHP reference number Name Image Date designated Locality County Notes
72000402 Arnold-Callaway Plantation Washington Wilkes
Barnsley Gardens Adairsville Bartow
71000280 Birdsville Plantation Millen Jenkins
89002015 Box Hall Plantation Thomasville Thomas
Cannon Point St. Simons Island Glynn
75000615 Casulon Plantation Good Hope Walton
84001156 Champion-McGarrah Plantation Friendship Sumter
82002491 John Chapman Plantation Jeffersonville Twiggs
74000703 Colonsay Plantation Crawfordville Taliaferro
80001039 William D. Cowdry Plantation Cave Spring Floyd
90000805 Robert Craig Plantation Lawrenceville Gwinnett
73000620 Curry Hill Plantation Bainbridge Decatur
79000731 Davis-Felton Plantation Henderson Houston
95000741 Dickey-Birdsong Plantation Beachton Grady
97000559 Early Hill Plantation Greensboro Greene
74000662 Eudora Plantation Quitman Brooks
75000616 Francis Plantation Davisboro Washington
75000606 Gatewood House June 20, 1975 Eatonton Putnam
74000687 Glen Mary Plantation May 8, 1974 Sparta Hancock
80001019 Mitchell J. Green Plantation Claxton Evans
76000650 Greenwood Plantation Thomasville Thomas
88000968 Hamilton Plantation slave cabins St. Simons Island Glynn Unusually well-built slave cabins; summer tours given by Cassina Garden Club
76000635 Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation Brunswick Glynn
90001408 Holder Plantation Jefferson Jackson
03001138 Hollywood Plantation Thomasville Thomas
96000874 Hurt-Rives Plantation Sparta Hancock
84001116 John S. Jackson Plantation House and Outbuildings White Plains Greene
73000624 Jarrell Plantation East Juliette Jones
84001163 Jones-Florence Plantation Odessadale Meriwether
79000704 Lebanon Plantation Savannah Chatham
70000216 Liberty Hall May 4, 1983 Crawfordville
33°33′22″N 82°53′45″W / 33.55601°N 82.89589°W / 33.55601; -82.89589 (Liberty Hall)
94001215 Liberty Hill February 24, 1975 LaGrange Troup House built in 1836
94001215 Lockhart-Cosby Plantation Talbot Talbot
86003456 John Frank Mathews Plantation Prattsburg Talbot
89002275 Melrose and Sinkola Plantations Thomasville Thomas
97000300 Mill Creek Plantation Thomasville Thomas
76000651 Millpond Plantation Thomasville Thomas
01000535 Oak Grove Plantation Newnan Coweta
93000236 Pearson-Boyer Plantation Sparta Hancock
90000146 Pebble Hill Plantation Thomasville Thomas
90000105 Pine Bloom Plantation Newton Baker
85001977 Peter W. Printup Plantation Union Point Greene
85000939 Nathaniel Prothro Plantation Richland Stewart
78000966 Richmond Hill Plantation Richmond Hill Bryan
80000979 Sapp Plantation Sardis Burke County
Wade Plantation Screven
Grove Point Plantation Chatham
80004451 Wilkes Knob Plantation Marshallville Macon
80001061 William S. Simmons Plantation Cave Spring Floyd
84000265 Stafford Plantation St. Marys Camden The only antebellum-era structures are "the chimneys," slave cabin ruins.
70000205 Susina Plantation Beachton Grady
89002037 Tarver Plantation Newton Baker
04001188 Teel-Crawford-Gaston Plantation Americus Sumter
04001212 Thornton Plantation Pine Mountain Harris
82002493 Wimberly Plantation Jeffersonville Twiggs
Woodville Plantation Winfield Columbia
73000615 Wormsloe Plantation Savannah Chatham

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  1. "How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation," (PDF), National Register Bulletins, National Park Service. Retrieved March 22, 2007.
  2. National Park Service (April 2007). "National Historic Landmarks Survey: List of National Historic Landmarks by State" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-06-09. Retrieved 2007-05-20.
  3. National Park Service. "National Historic Landmark Program: NHL Database". Retrieved 2007-08-14.
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