Historical Markers in
Richmond County, Georgia

4th Infantry (Ivy) Division A Memorial To Eli Whitney American Gold Star Mothers Tribute Archibald Willingham Butt Memorial Bridge Army National Guard Augusta Arsenal Augusta Arsenal 1941 Augusta College Three Original Arsenal Buildings Augusta Confederate Monument Augusta Cotton Exchange Augusta State University Author "The Young Marooners" Bell System at Augusta, Georgia Bellevue Bicentennial Augusta, Ga Birthplace of General Joseph Wheeler Birthplace of the Augusta Chronicle Bobby Jones and the Beginning of the Grand Slam Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson Church Of The Most Holy Trinity Colonel William Few, Jr. Colonial Augusta Confederate Obelisk-Chimney Confederate Powder Works Cotton Curtis Baptist Church De L Aigle Brick Yard De L Aigle Brick Yards De Soto In Georgia Dennis Cahill Dr. John M. Tutt Emily Harvie Thomas Tubman Emily Tubman Monument Eve Explosion At The Confederate Powder Works Family Burying Ground on Good Hope Plantation First Baptist Church Convention First Christian Church First Ebenezer Baptist Church Five Indian Nations Floods Fort Augusta Fort Augusta ~ Fort Cornwallis / St. Paul's Episcopal Church Fort Grierson Founding of Augusta Gen. Montgomery C. Meigs, U.S.A. General George Washington General James Edward Oglethorpe George Walton Georgia R.R. & Banking Co. Georgia's State Capital Georgia’s First School of Medicine Great Indian Trading Path Great Indian Warrior / Trading Path Haines Normal and Industrial Institute Hephzibah Methodist Church Historic Site in Journalism Home of Governor Telfair Home of John Forsyth Home of Richard Henry Wilde Indians Industrial Heritage James Brown (Plaza) James Edward Oglethorpe James Ryder Randall Jefferson Davis Bridge Jessye Norman John McClinton Tutt Joseph R. Lamar, Associate Justice Joseph Wheeler LaFayette Visits Augusta Liberty Methodist Church Lucy Craft Laney Magnolia Cemetery Major Ferdinand Phinizy Meadow Garden Meadow Garden Medical College Building Montrose Navigation Old Medical College Original Augusta Common - 1736 Paine College Paine College Founding Site Paul Fitzsimmons Eve Pierce Memorial Methodist Church Railroads Richmond County Samuel Hammond Signal Corps Aviation School Spirit Creek Baptist Church Springfield Baptist Church Birthplace of Morehouse College St. James United Methodist Church Stephen Vincent Benet House Stoney Nurses Home Summerville Cemetery Tank, Combat, 90MM Gun Thankful Baptist Church The Augusta Arsenal The Augusta Arsenal The Augusta Canal The Augusta Canal The Augusta Canal The Bell at Augusta State University The Colonial Church of Augusta The Confederate States Powder Works The First Academy of Richmond County The First Baptist Church The First Presbyterian Church The Great Fire of 1916 The Home of Charles Jones Jenkins, Jr., LL. D. The Levee The Mayham Tower The Medical College of Georgia The Rotary Club of Augusta The Signer's Monument The Sisters of Saint Joseph In Augusta The Veterans of 1898-1902 The “Haunted” Pillar of the Lower Market Troop K Georgia Cavalry Twiggs Cemetery Two Early Augusta Churches U.S. Marshal Robert Forsyth Untitled (Georgia Railroad and Banking Company) Veterans of All Wars Village of Summerville Walker Family Cemetery Ware High School Washington's Southern Tour White HouseTract William Bartram Trail William Bartram Visited Augusta, 1773. William Schley 1786 - 1858 Woodmen Of The World Memorial World War