National Register of Historic Places listings in Colquitt County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Colquitt County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 4, 2014.[1]
Contents: Counties in Georgia
Appling - Atkinson - Bacon - Baker - Baldwin - Banks - Barrow - Bartow - Ben Hill - Berrien - Bibb - Bleckley - Brantley - Brooks - Bryan - Bulloch - Burke - Butts - Calhoun - Camden - Candler - Carroll - Catoosa - Charlton - Chatham - Chattahoochee - Chattooga - Cherokee - Clarke - Clay - Clayton - Clinch - Cobb - Coffee - Colquitt - Columbia - Cook - Coweta - Crawford - Crisp - Dade - Dawson - Decatur - DeKalb - Dodge - Dooly - Dougherty - Douglas - Early - Echols - Effingham - Elbert - Emanuel - Evans - Fannin - Fayette - Floyd - Forsyth - Franklin - Fulton - Gilmer - Glascock - Glynn - Gordon - Grady - Greene - Gwinnett - Habersham - Hall - Hancock - Haralson - Harris - Hart - Heard - Henry - Houston - Irwin - Jackson - Jasper - Jeff Davis - Jefferson - Jenkins - Johnson - Jones - Lamar - Lanier - Laurens - Lee - Liberty - Lincoln - Long - Lowndes - Lumpkin - Macon - Madison - Marion - McDuffie - McIntosh - Meriwether - Miller - Mitchell - Monroe - Montgomery - Morgan - Murray - Muscogee - Newton - Oconee - Oglethorpe - Paulding - Peach - Pickens - Pierce - Pike - Polk - Pulaski - Putnam - Quitman - Rabun - Randolph - Richmond - Rockdale - Schley - Screven - Seminole - Spalding - Stephens - Stewart - Sumter - Talbot - Taliaferro - Tattnall - Taylor - Telfair - Terrell - Thomas - Tift - Toombs - Towns - Treutlen - Troup - Turner - Twiggs - Union - Upson - Walker - Walton - Ware - Warren - Washington - Wayne - Webster - Wheeler - White - Whitfield - Wilcox - Wilkes - Wilkinson - Worth


Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Summary
1 W. W. Ashburn House
July 15, 1982
(#82002396)
609 1st Ave.
31°10′42″N 83°47′45″W / 31.178333°N 83.795833°W / 31.178333; -83.795833 (W. W. Ashburn House)
Moultrie
2 Carnegie Library of Moultrie
Carnegie Library of Moultrie
July 15, 1982
(#82002397)
39 N. Main St.
31°10′50″N 83°47′21″W / 31.180556°N 83.789167°W / 31.180556; -83.789167 (Carnegie Library of Moultrie)
Moultrie
3 James W. Coleman House
December 22, 1983
(#83003555)
GA 33
31°13′28″N 83°47′49″W / 31.224444°N 83.796944°W / 31.224444; -83.796944 (James W. Coleman House)
Moultrie
4 Colquitt County Courthouse
Colquitt County Courthouse
September 18, 1980
(#80001003)
Courthouse Sq.
31°10′45″N 83°47′18″W / 31.179167°N 83.788333°W / 31.179167; -83.788333 (Colquitt County Courthouse)
Moultrie
5 Colquitt County Jail
Colquitt County Jail
October 10, 1980
(#80001004)
126 1st Ave., SE
31°10′42″N 83°47′12″W / 31.178333°N 83.786667°W / 31.178333; -83.786667 (Colquitt County Jail)
Moultrie
6 Mother Easter Baptist Church and Parsonage
Mother Easter Baptist Church and Parsonage
April 1, 1999
(#99000413)
400 Second Ave., NW
31°10′54″N 83°47′38″W / 31.181667°N 83.793889°W / 31.181667; -83.793889 (Mother Easter Baptist Church and Parsonage)
Moultrie
7 Moultrie Commercial Historic District
Moultrie Commercial Historic District
June 3, 1994
(#94000543)
Roughly bounded by NE. First Ave., SE. Second Ave., W. First St. and E. Fourth St.
31°10′48″N 83°47′14″W / 31.18°N 83.787222°W / 31.18; -83.787222 (Moultrie Commercial Historic District)
Moultrie Colquitt Towers - former hotel called Hotel Colquitt
8 Moultrie High School
June 17, 1982
(#82002398)
7th Ave.
31°10′20″N 83°47′40″W / 31.172222°N 83.794444°W / 31.172222; -83.794444 (Moultrie High School)
Moultrie
9 Henry Crawford Tucker Log House and Farmstead
July 26, 1982
(#82002399)
Off GA 37
31°12′37″N 83°50′39″W / 31.210278°N 83.844167°W / 31.210278; -83.844167 (Henry Crawford Tucker Log House and Farmstead)
Moultrie

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 4, 2014.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.