- New Georgia Encyclopedia
- State Capitol at Milledgeville
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- Gothic revival (Architecture)--Georgia--Milledgeville
Georgia--Capital and capitol
Milledgeville (Ga.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
- United States, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 33.08014, -83.2321
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- The state capitol in Milledgeville, pictured circa 1850, housed the General Assembly from 1807 until 1868 and was the site of the state's secession convention in 1861. Known today as the "Old Capitol Building," the structure currently houses Georgia Military College and the Antebellum Capitol Museum.
Image of an illustration depicting the old Georgia state capitol in Milledgeville, Georgia, circa 1850. The pointed arched windows and battlements marked Milledgeville's capitol building as America's first public building in the Gothic revival style. A sprawling lawn surrounds the large structure. Known today as the "Old Capitol Building," the structure currently houses Georgia Military College and the Antebellum Capitol Museum.
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