MADISON, GEORGIA: ANTEBELLUM TOWN PART DEUX Published on June 23, 2013September 7, 2020 by jacquelinemhadel The Presbyterian Church. Circa 1842. In 1866, Ellen Axson, the daughter of the church’s pastor, was married to President Woodrow Wilson. She was his first wife. This church was also believed to have tunnels linking it to other homes as part of the Underground Railroad. Originally one of the first public graded schools in the South. Romanesque Revival-style architecture. Circa 1895. 22JUN13. Madison, GA. Share this:TwitterRedditFacebookTumblrPinterestEmailMorePrintPocketLike this:Like Loading...
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So gorgeous. I did a movie for Paramount/Showtime a while ago: “A House Divided”.
I got to explore and recreate this time. Absolutely divine!
Isn’t this time period gorgeous?