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NOAA Photo Library Image - line0928

Tabby ruins at Chocolate on the northwest side of the island. Tabby refers to the building material which is a durable cement-like mixture of equal parts of water, sand, shell, and lime. These ruins are part of an antebellum plantation that was deserted following the Civil War.

Image ID: line0928, NOAA's America's Coastlines Collection
Location: Georgia, Sapelo Island
Photo Date: 1999 August
Photographer: Brooke Vallaster, Education Coordinator
Credit: Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve

Category: Coastline/Southeast Georgia/

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