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A bit of history is tucked away in a quiet residential area near the courthouse. In addition to the county’s historical museum and Statenville’s oldest house, coordinates take you to a unique piece of equipment.
Take a short walk up the grassy drive. It leads to the old, wood frame, metal roofed Prescott-Prine house. Home to early settlers of Echols County, the area’s doctor lived here for a while, as well as others familiar with farming and rural ways of life. Enterprising farmers and entrepreneurs sought ways to earn extra money from their excess crops. One way involved specialized equipment, such as this item on display. It was in operation at a different location, until the Sheriff’s Department confiscated and donated it to the Echols County Historical Society. Some product was still inside, but no one came forward to claim it. Now is your chance to find this cache and claim a shiny smile. Please be respectful of the historical items on display.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum