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|Title:||Carter's Quarters (Murray County, Ga.)|
Coosawattee (Murray County, Ga.)
Rock Spring (Murray County, Ga.)
Old Harlan House (Murray County, Ga.)
|Description:||Located at: Old US 411 9 mi. S of Chatsworth, Murray County, Ga.|
Two-story wood frame plantation plain style house with a single-story porch supported by slender columns spanning its front. The house was once the living and industrial center of Farish Carter's vast plantation. He purchased this 15,000-acre plantation about 1832 from Judge John Martin, treasurer of the Cherokee Nation. It was originally called Coosawattee, after the prominent river flowing through the plantation.
Slide annotated: "Carters Murray Co."
Date of structure: 1832.
|Subjects:||Vernacular architecture | Wood (plant material) | Plant material | Brick | Inorganic material | Houses | Dwellings | Architecture--Georgia--Carters | Architecture--Georgia--Murray County | Martin, John, Judge--Homes and haunts | Carter, Farish, 1780-1861--Homes and haunts | Carters (Ga.) | Murray County (Ga.)|
|Online Publisher:||Digital Library of Georgia, 2002|
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Cite as: [title of image], John Linley, Box 19
|Related Materials:||Forms part of: John Linley Collection|
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/larc/id:jlc0460|
|Related Institutions:||Digital Library of Georgia|
|Collection Information:||Historic Architecture and Landscapes of Georgia: The Hubert Bond Owens and John Linley Image Collections at the Owens Library|
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