Mcintosh Sugar Mill Tabby Ruins
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Tabby, a building material unique to the area, is made oyster shells, sand and water. The mill was built in 1825 and is the largest and best preserved of all tabby remains in the Southeast. Its rooms which were devoted to the grinding, boilding and processing of cane for sugar products are still in tact. the ruins are one of the oldest industrial sites of Georgia. The building burned in the mid-1800's and was never rebuilt.
July 6th, 2011
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