Four Georgia properties added to the National Register of Historic Places

Ga Chatham County Curry Miller Byrd Cottage 0001

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Historic Preservation Division (HPD), which is responsible for preserving Georgia’s legacy, announced that four properties were added to the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register formally recognizes a site’s architectural, historic or archeological significance. These properties are now eligible for grants, tax incentives and other state or federal assistance:

Savannah’s Chatham County offers many historic sites that attract tourists, but the county also has a diverse economy that’s helped it successfully cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more in this month’s feature, “Unexpected Bright Spots.”

 Photo of the Curry-Miller-Byrd Cottage provided by DCA.

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