Something you may not have known: Augusta’s tee-totaling trader of tipple
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Now I know something I did not know
Quite the interesting factoid about old Augusta. Nice article
The AC did a similar article back in 2019 with additional information about Augusta’s history. I find these articles so enlightening! It’s a shame the buildings where these places were located no longer exist. I hope you can read this through the paywall…
Enjoyed this, great job Scott.
Very interesting, not having grown up here it’s always nice to learn about Augusta’s past.
A very fascinating and informative article about my Great-Great-Grandfather. I’ve got an old bottle that has E.Sheehan, 1880, Augusta,Ga cast on it.
I wear the wedding ring if Ann hickey and Ed sheehan
Ann…I did not realize that…wonderful family keepsake