Calhoun Square, Savannah, GA Photos

Calhoun Square (1851) of Savannah at Abercorn & Wayne Streets was named in honor of South Carolina orator John C. Calhoun. Its main site is Wesley Monumental Methodist Church.

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Wesley Monumental Methodist Church on Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.William Rogers house. Savannah, GA.William Rogers house. Savannah, GA.Abraham Minis house. Savannah, GA.
Wesley Monumental Methodist Church on Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.William Rogers house (1859) (202 East Taylor St. on Calhoun Square). Savannah, GA.William Rogers house (1859) (202 East Taylor St. on Calhoun Square). Savannah, GA.Abraham Minis house (1860) (204 East Jones St. above Calhoun Square). Savannah, GA. Architect: Stephen Decatur Button.
Front iron railings of Abraham Minis house. Savannah, GA.Modern gate with Magnolia theme by East Wayne Iron Works above Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.House off Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.House on Abercorn below Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.
Front iron railings of Abraham Minis house. Savannah, GA.Modern gate with Magnolia theme by East Wayne Iron Works above Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.House off Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.House on Abercorn below Calhoun Square. Savannah, GA.

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