Ezekiel Harris House
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Built in 1797 by a prominent tobacco merchant, this house is an outstanding example of late 18th-century architecture. It was originally part of Harrisburg, a town that competed with Augusta for the trade of area tobacco planters.Said to be "... the finest eighteenth-century house surviving in Georgia..." by The Smithsonian Guide to Historic America, the Ezekiel Harris House is an outstanding example of early Federal style architecture. Entering the impressive vaulted hallway, visitors may observe what life was like during the Federal Period in Georgia.
- 1822 Broad Street
- Augusta, GA 30901