216 East Robert Toombs Avenue
Washington, GA 30673
Home of Gen. Robert Augustus Toombs, a successful planter, lawyer, and outspoken Georgia politician, who used his influence to persuade the state to secede from the Union. As secretary of state of the Confederacy, general, and seasoned battle leader, he never took the oath of allegiance to the United States and died as an unreconstructed Rebel.
The Old Governor's Mansion
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