Pulaski County

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Pulaski County is named for Casimir Pulaski, who was a Revolutionary War soldier killed at the Battle of Savannah, and who lived from 1746 to 1779.

 

Created:  December 13, 1808

County Seat: 

Hartford         1808 – 1836                     

Hawkinsville  1836 – present

 

County Courthouse – Hawkinsville

 

Location:  350 Commerce Street / South Lumpkin Street

Built:  1897 – 1898

Style:  Neo-Classical Revival

Architect:  A J Bryan & Company

Contractor:  Wagner & Gorenflo

 

Description:  The building faces north and is a two story buff colored stucco over brick and stone structure. The building is located on landscaped grounds. The north front has a large portico with four high columns rising to a wide pediment at the roof line. The entrance is framed with small pediment above. On the roof is a large platform with octagonal cupola with clock and black colored dome. The courtroom is located on the second story. An addition was constructed in 1910. The building was renovated in 2000 to 2001. The architect was Brittain, Thompson, Bray, Brown, Inc. of Macon and the contractor was C E Garbutt Construction of Dublin.

                        

Note:  The courthouse was originally constructed in 1874 and rebuilt in 1897. The clock was installed in 1885.

 

See: The architect,  Andrew J Bryan, designed the courthouses in Alabama in Coffee County, Lee County and Monroe County; in Georgia in Colquitt County and Stewart County; in Kentucky in Bracken Couinty and Mercer County; in Louisiana in Pointe Coupee Parish;  in Mississippi in Attala County and Simpson County; and in Texas in Rains County

 

See:  National Register of Historic Places – Pulaski County Courthouse

 

County Administration – Hawkinsville

 

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Location:  105 South Lumpkin Street / Broad Street

Built:  1987 – 1988

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Heart of Georgia APD

Contractor:  G E Peterson & Associates, Inc. of Albany

 

Description:  The building faces east and is a one story buff colored stucco structure. The building faces east and was completed in 1988. There is a central entrance along the east front. The roof line is flat. The building is the Community Services Center.

 

Courthouses: 

 Houston County and Bleckley County

E – Dodge County

S – Wilcox County

W – Dooly County and Houston County

 

 

 

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County Courthouse

 

 

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County Administration

 

 

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Photos taken 2013 and 2018