Columbia & Greene Squares, Savannah, GA Photos

Columbia Square (1799) of Savannah is at Habersham & President Streets. Its main sites are the Isaiah Davenport House Museum & the William Kehoe House inn. The square is named after the female personification of the USA. Greene Square is to the east is named after General Nathanael Greene, Revolutionary War leader who fought in Savannah.

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Davenport House Museum now a museum. Savannah, GA.Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.Front steps of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.Garden of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.
Davenport House Museum (1815-20) (119 Habersham St. on Columbia Square) now a museum. Savannah, GA. Style: Federal-style. Architect: Isaiah Davenport. On National Register.Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.Front steps of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.Garden of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.
Flowering fruit tree at Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.William Kehoe House inn on Columbia Square. Savannah, GA.Queen Anne features of Kehoe House made of cast iron & brick. Savannah, GA.Front entrance of Kehoe House on Columbia Square. Savannah, GA.
Flowering fruit tree at Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.William Kehoe House inn (1892) on Columbia Square. Savannah, GA. On National Register.Queen Anne features of Kehoe House made of cast iron & brick. Savannah, GA.Front entrance of Kehoe House on Columbia Square. Savannah, GA.
Old wooden house. Savannah, GA.


Old wooden house (1799) (519 East York St. off Green Square). Savannah, GA.



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