Ruins of the Pinckney Mansion

At the conclusion of the Civil War, George N. Barnard a former staff photographer for Matthew Brady, retired General William Tecumseh Sherman's bloody march through the Carolina's and Georgia. Barnard compiled sixty-one landscape views into a deluxe album that he published in time for the Christmas market in 1866. The house of Ephraim Ponder sheltered Confederate sharpshooters during the siege of Atlanta, which the building testifies it absorption of countless rounds of Union shellfire.

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