National Register of Historic Places listings in Ware County, Georgia facts for kids
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Obediah Barber Homestead||
|Off Swamp Rd. approximately 7 mi. S of Waycross
||Waycross||Built in 1870, the main house, kitchen building, and well are on the NRHP. website|
|2||Downtown Waycross Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by the Seaboard Coast Line RR tracks and Albany, Isabella, Remshart and Nicholls Sts.
||Waycross||Includes the Post Office, the Phoenix Hotel, and many other buildings|
|3||First African Baptist Church and Parsonage||
|615 Knight St. and 407 Satilla Blvd.
||Waycross||Church built ca. 1905, parsonage built ca. 1910|
|Bounded by Butler St., Quarterman St., Tebeau St., and Pendleton Pl.
||Waycross||Established in 1877|
|201-222 Pendleton St.
||Waycross||Built ca. 1890, remodeled in 1913|
|6||U.S. Post Office and Courthouse||
|605 Elizabeth St.
||Waycross||Built in 1911, expanded in 1936|
|7||Waycross Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Plant Ave., Williams, Lee, Chandler, and Stephen Sts.
||Waycross||Summerall Tillman Home, Gilmore St.|
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