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Preserving Our Heritage for Future Generations

~ Historic Sites ~

Downtown Blackshear
Blackshear Cemetery
War Between The States Prison Camp
Brantley Brick Warehouse
Blackshear Railroad Depot
1875 Pierce County Courthouse


1903  Pierce County Courthouse
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Presbyterial Institute
Blackshear Presbyterian Church
City Jail
Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church
Enon Primitive Baptist Church
World War II Memorial
Olympic Torch Monument

One of the first historic markers to be put up in Pierce County is a
granite stone commemorating the construction of a military road ordered by
General David Blackshear during the War of 1812 & Creek Indians Wars.
Blackshear would later be named for the general. The marker was unveiled in
a ceremony on May 8, 1925 by the Blackshear Historical Society. The marker
is located on the corner of Main Street & Plant Avenue.

David Blackshear Monument


Downtown Patterson
Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church

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Offerman City Hall
Foster Cemetery
Homes of Offerman
New Home Primitive Baptist Church
Offerman Church of God

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Last Updated: Saturday, 23 October 1999


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