Jones-Lytch Homestead

The Jones-Lytch Homestead is believed to be of Quaker origin because of the craftsmanship. One interesting feature is the logs, which are fitted closer together in the loft area, which eliminates the need for paneling. This homestead is also sed to help tell the story of cotton in the south. The cabin was built between 1790 and 1810 by Silas Jones in Rockdale, which is now part of Richmond County, an area settled by Quakers.