Historical Markers in
Liberty County, Georgia

3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry Athletic Programs at Dorchester Academy 1926-1940 Bradwell Institute Bradwell Park Brigadier General Daniel Stewart Brigadier General James Screven Button Gwinnett Charlton Hines House City of Walthourville History Civil Liberties at Dorchester Cooperative Center 1940 - present Colonel's Island Dorchester Academy Dorchester Academy Boy's Dormitory Dorchester Presbyterian Church Dorchester Village Dr. Lyman Hall Elizabeth Moore at Dorchester Academy 1925-1932 First African Baptist Church Flemington Presbyterian Church Fort Morris Fort Morris Cannon General James Screven Gum Branch Baptist Church Harrison Family Cemetery Hinesville and Liberty County WWII Veterans Monument Hinesville Methodist Church In Memory of Button Gwinnett and Dr. Lyman Hall James Screven and Daniel Stewart Kilpatrick and Mower at Midway Church Lambert Plantation LeConte Botanical Gardens Liberty Armory Site Liberty County Liberty County Citizen's Council 1946 - 1953 Liberty County Confederate Monument M1A1 90mm Anti-Aircraft Gun Midway Cemetery Midway Church Midway Congregational Church Midway Congregational Church 1872 - Present Midway Museum Nathan Brownson New Life For Dorchester Academy 1932-1940 Old Liberty County Jail Old Post Road Old Sunbury Road Pleasant Grove African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church and Camp Meeting Riceborough Road to Sunbury S.C.L.C. and the Voter Education Program 1962-1970 Saint John's Lodge Number Six Savannah-New Inverness Road Simon Munro Skirmish at Hinesville Skirmish in Bulltown Swamp Sunbury Sunbury and Fort Morris Sunbury Cemetery Susie King Taylor Taylors Creek Methodist Church and Cemetery The Bacon-Fraser House The Dead Town Of Sunbury The Famous Sunbury "Masonic" Oak The Growth Of Dorchester Academy 1874 - 1930s The Old Sunbury Road The Rev. Mr. John Osgood The Story of the "Bell" at Dorchester Academy The Sunbury Cemetery Union Brotherhood Society Walthourville Baptist Church We want a school, we need a Teacher 1870-1872 William Bartram Trail Woodmanston Plantation Working Together at the Dorchester Cooperative Center 1930s-1940s "Hall's Knoll"