Discover Liberty County’s Past, One Historical Marker at a Time

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Discover Liberty County’s Past, One Historical Marker at a Time

Founded on February 5, 1777, Liberty County has seen its share of events and important people that have left a mark, not only on our community but history itself! With heritage and history as deep and rich as ours, it should come as no surprise that we are home to 70 historical markers! We could spend all day telling you about each one and why we love the story it tells, but what better way to #exploreliberty than discovering the stories found engraved on these history keepers?!? We put together a few markers and their locations to get you started and hope it entices you to find the rest scattered throughout our coastal paradise!

Old Sunbury Road
Location: US 17/Ga 25 at Midway Church, Midway

 

Susie King Taylor
Location: 672 N Coastal Hwy at Midway First Presbyterian Cemetery, Midway

 

First African Baptist Church
Location: on GA 119 at Barrington Ferry Rd, west of US 17/GA 25, Riceboro

 

Union Brotherhood Society
Location: Bill Carter Rd .2 south of US 84

 

City of Walthourville History
Location: at the City Hall on US 119 at Busbee Road, Walthourville

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