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Explore the Vibrant History of the 3rd ID in Liberty County

Our office is always venturing out to #exploreliberty and its rich history, so we set out to visit the 3rd ID Museum on Fort Stewart during a recent excursion. Just like other installations Fort Stewart and the 3rd ID are very proud of their history. In order to make this living history available to people,…

3d Infantry Division Museum

The 3d Infantry Division Museum features more than 14,000 square feet of space. Exhibits include an interactive gallery featuring the origins of Camp Stewart with its progression to Fort Stewart, a gallery presenting the history of the 3d Infantry Division, and portraits highlighting unit histories. Future expansion includes an Airfields and Aviation gallery, expansion of…

Old Liberty County Jail

In October 1892 the brick jail was completed on what was at that time the south end of Hinesville and replaced a one story wood jail. The site and date of construction of the first jail are unknown. The architect is unknown but the contractor was a man by the name of Mr. Parkhill. The…

ITPA Telephone Museum

Once located in Washington, D.C., ITPA’s National Office and Museum relocated in 2001 to the small, beautiful city of Hinesville in Liberty County, Georgia. Nestled beneath the majestic oaks draped elegantly with Spanish moss, the National Office occupies the former family home of Glenn E. and Trudie Bryant. Mr. Bryant was a pioneer for Hinesville,…

Seabrook Village

An award-winning living history museum, Seabrook Village features eight turn-of-the-century buildings on a developing 104-acre site. Visit the one-room Seabrook School where reading, writing and arithmetic were taught to the tune of a hickory stick, or try your hand at grinding corn into meal and grits or washing clothes on a scrub board. Planned group visits are fully…