National Register of Historic Places listings in Sumter County, Georgia

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description 1 Americus Historic District
Americus Historic District
January 1, 1976
(#76000648) Irregular pattern along Lee St. with extensions to Dudley St., railroad tracks, Rees Park, and Glessner St.; also E. Church St. and Oak Grove Cemetery
32°04′02″N 84°14′05″W / 32.067222°N 84.234722°W / 32.067222; -84.234722 (Americus Historic District) Americus Church St. and cemetery represent a boundary increase of September 3, 1979 2 Andersonville National Historic Site
Andersonville National Historic Site
October 16, 1970
(#70000070) 1 mi. E of Andersonville on GA 49
32°12′23″N 84°07′24″W / 32.206389°N 84.123333°W / 32.206389; -84.123333 (Andersonville National Historic Site) Andersonville National Historic Site 3 Ashby Street Shotgun Row Historic District
Ashby Street Shotgun Row Historic District
June 27, 1997
(#97000620) 207, 209, and 211 Ashby St.
32°04′38″N 84°13′39″W / 32.077222°N 84.2275°W / 32.077222; -84.2275 (Ashby Street Shotgun Row Historic District) Americus 4 Campbell Chapel AME Church
Campbell Chapel AME Church
September 30, 1997
(#97001195) 429 N. Jackson St.
32°04′38″N 84°14′01″W / 32.0772°N 84.2336°W / 32.0772; -84.2336 (Campbell Chapel AME Church) Americus 5 Dismuke Storehouse March 7, 1996
(#96000247) 505 N. Lee St.
32°04′38″N 84°13′56″W / 32.077222°N 84.232222°W / 32.077222; -84.232222 (Dismuke Storehouse) Americus 6 Guerry-Mitchell House June 16, 1983
(#83000242) 723 McGarrah St.
32°04′47″N 84°14′16″W / 32.079722°N 84.237778°W / 32.079722; -84.237778 (Guerry-Mitchell House) Americus 7 Jimmy Carter National Historic Site
Jimmy Carter National Historic Site
December 23, 1987
(#01000272) 300 N. Bond St.
32°01′49″N 84°25′06″W / 32.0304°N 84.4182°W / 32.0304; -84.4182 (Jimmy Carter National Historic Site) Plains administered by the National Park Service 8 Liberty Hall
Liberty Hall
November 25, 1980
(#80001236) SE of Americus on S. Lee St.
31°57′02″N 84°12′01″W / 31.95065°N 84.2003°W / 31.95065; -84.2003 (Liberty Hall) Americus 9 Lustron House at 547 Oak Avenue March 18, 1996
(#96000209) 547 Oak Ave.
32°03′48″N 84°14′07″W / 32.063333°N 84.235278°W / 32.063333; -84.235278 (Lustron House at 547 Oak Avenue) Americus 10 Newman McBain House February 8, 1980
(#80001237) S of Americus on U.S. 19
32°02′33″N 84°15′13″W / 32.0425°N 84.253611°W / 32.0425; -84.253611 (Newman McBain House) Americus 11 Morgan Farm February 26, 1998
(#98000145) 770 Old Dawson Rd.
31°59′41″N 84°16′56″W / 31.994722°N 84.282222°W / 31.994722; -84.282222 (Morgan Farm) Smithville 12 New Corinth Baptist Church August 10, 1998
(#98000928) 1178 Hooks Mill Rd.
32°03′09″N 84°01′21″W / 32.0525°N 84.0225°W / 32.0525; -84.0225 (New Corinth Baptist Church) Americus 13 Plains Historic District
Plains Historic District
June 28, 1984
(#84001220) Roughly bounded by Buena Vista Rd., Hospital, Clark, Main, Thomas, Paschal, and Bond Sts.
32°02′13″N 84°23′41″W / 32.036944°N 84.394722°W / 32.036944; -84.394722 (Plains Historic District) Plains 14 Teel-Crawford-Gaston Plantation October 27, 2004
(#04001188) 2154 GA 30 W
32°08′40″N 84°23′43″W / 32.14444°N 84.39527°W / 32.14444; -84.39527 (Teel-Crawford-Gaston Plantation) Americus 15 Third District A & M School-Georgia Southwestern College Historic District September 27, 2007
(#07001002) 800 Wheatley St.
32°03′28″N 84°13′09″W / 32.0578°N 84.2191°W / 32.0578; -84.2191 (Third District A & M School-Georgia Southwestern College Historic District) Americus 16 Webb Family Farm
Webb Family Farm
September 5, 1985
(#85001968) US 19
31°56′44″N 84°15′24″W / 31.94555°N 84.25678°W / 31.94555; -84.25678 (Webb Family Farm) Sumter Location of the main house – more to the south