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The mission of Historic Augusta, Inc. is to preserve historically or architecturally significant sites in Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia.

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Annual Heritage Party







Historic Augusta’s annual Heritage Party will be hosted at the home of Heather and Jed Howington, 2560 Walton Way, at 6 pm on Sunday, March 10, 2019. This event is open to current members and event sponsors at the $350 level and above. Click here for more information.

Save the Lock and Dam!







Public comments on the proposed demolition of the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam are being accepted now thru April 16th, 2019. A public meeting to discuss the current proposal of elimination of the lock and replacement with a rock weir is being held Wednesday March 6th, 4-6pm with a presentation at 5pm at the Augusta Marriott, Lamar Room, 2 10th Street. Emails supporting the preservation of the lock and dam and the retention of the pool may be sent to the Corps using the address [email protected] . Follow this link for information about the proposed project.

Support the Augusta Jewish Museum!

The newly formed Augusta Jewish Museum’s fundraising campaign is underway! To learn more about the museum’s operations, building rehabilitation and history, visit their website. To make a donation to the Augusta Jewish Museum, visit their Go Fund Me page and share with others!

In the Gift Shop: Augusta

Augusta is the must-have book for all those who love Augusta’s history and architecture! Click here for more information and to order.

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Endangered Properties

2019 – McNatt-Green-Burdell House »

McNatt-Green-Burdell House Bath Community near Blythe, South Richmond County Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: This historic resource is secluded in South Augusta on private property. While the family members maintain the property, the overall plan for preservation, rehabilitation, and interpretation … Read more

2019 – Squeaky’s Tip Top, 2570 Central Avenue »

Squeaky’s Tip Top 2570 Central Avenue Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: The building is vacant and suffers from deferred maintenance. Location along a significant gateway corridor may leave it vulnerable to development pressures along Central Avenue. Some History: Arguably a … Read more

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Partners in Preservation


Historic Augusta gratefully acknowledges our annual sponsors! If you or your company would like to sponsor our projects and programs, please click the link below. Annual sponsors of Historic Augusta receive the greatest level of exposure to our audience through exclusive print and digital advertising, group admission to all of our top events, and more! We can also create a custom package to better suit your interests.

Partners in Preservation