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Andrew Low House [GA]

Beginning in 1849, the Andrew Low House belonged to cotton factor, Andrew Low, and his family. Low's daughter-in-law, Juliette Gordon Low, founded the Girl Scouts after being inspired by her friend Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the British Boy Scouts. The Italianate structure contains period furnishings.

The house offers guided tours. Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more.

 
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