Slave Market. Louisville, Georgia.

Collection:
Historic Postcard Collection (Georgia Archives)
Title:
Slave Market. Louisville, Georgia.
Creator:
Dexter Press
Publisher:
Historic Postcard Collection, RG 48-2-5, Georgia Archives; Historic Postcard Collection, RG 48-2-5, Georgia Archives
Subject:
Historic sites--Georgia--Louisville
Historic buildings--Georgia--Louisville
Marketplaces--Georgia--Louisville
Slave trade--Georgia--Louisville
Location:
United States, Georgia, Jefferson County, Louisville, 33.0015407, -82.4112377
Type:
StillImage
Format:
image/jpeg
Description:
The Old Market House, erected in 1758, built of great oaken timbers still stands intact in the center of town. The bell that rang out the independence of the 13 colonies is still handing in the tower and was stolen by Pirates in New Orleans and sold in Savannah.
Metadata URL:
http://cdm.georgiaarchives.org:2011/cdm/singleitem/collection/postcard/id/376
Rights Holder:
Postcards published after 1923 may be covered by copyright. The Georgia Archives cannot provide permission to publish.
Additional Rights Information:
Please contact holding institution for information regarding use and copyright status.
Extent:
Visual image
Holding Institution:
Georgia Archives

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