Enjoy a brief summary of many historically significant sites and buildings you might see as you travel around Oconee County.

Ashford Manor
The history of Ashford Manor dates back to the mid-1800s, when William and Louisa Booth Ashford raised their family on
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Central School House
Central School House
Central School House was built in 1913. It brought together 2 smaller schools in the area, one in the lower
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Robinson-Puckett House
Robinson-Puckett House
The Robison-Puckett cabin is a 3 bay central hall (dogtrot) type.
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Rocket (Phillips) Hall
The scene of many hundreds of hard-fought basketball games, junior-senior proms, alumni banquets and miscellaneous other social occasions for more
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Watkinsville Cemetery
It’s easy enough to find the starting point of the Watkinsville Cemetery: the grave of a young girl marked with
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William Daniell House built around 1790
William Daniell House
The William Daniell House is believed to be the oldest house in Oconee County, built around 1790 by William Daniell.
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