Warren & Washington Squares, Savannah, GA Photos

Warren Square (1791) of Savannah at Habersham & St Julian Streets was named in honor of General Joseph Warren killed at Battle of Bunker Hill. Washington Square (1790) of Savannah is at Houston & St Julian Streets was named in honor of President George Washington. This area is one of oldest in Savannah since it sits nearest the original docks. The main site in the area is the Old Pirates House (1754) associated with Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island".

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Old Pirates House where seamen congregated. The house is associated with Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island". Savannah, GA.White corner house near Washington Square. Savannah, GA.Oglethorpe cottage. Savannah, GA.Brick house near Warren Square. Savannah, GA.
Old Pirates House (1754) where seamen congregated. The house is associated with Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island" (East Broad Street off Washington Square). Savannah, GA.White corner house near Washington Square (1899). Savannah, GA.Oglethorpe cottage (St Julian & Price Sts. off Warren Square). Savannah, GA. Style: Saltbox.Brick house near Warren Square. Savannah, GA.
Yellow house near Warren Square. Savannah, GA.Houses near Washington Square. Savannah, GA.

Yellow house near Warren Square. Savannah, GA.Houses near Washington Square. Savannah, GA.


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