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c. 1920 Farmhouse

Jimmy Carter's boyhood Farm

"The early years of my life on the farm were full and enjoyable, isolated but not lonely. We always had enough to eat, no economic hardship, but no money to waste. We felt close to nature, close to members of our family, and close to God." - Jimmy Carter
Whether you are a Carter enthusiast, a researcher, or just curious how a small town influenced a young boy who would become the president of the most powerful nation in the world, odds are you will find a visit to the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site interesting. The history and culture of this rural community can provide a look into why the Carters' ties to Plains, Georgia, have endured the stresses of public life, yet remain as strong as they were decades ago.

A visit to the site provides an opportunity to explore the historic resources and rural southern culture that had an influence in molding the character and political policies of Jimmy Carter.

Jimmy Carter's boyhood farm

Blacksmith shop and barn
Blacksmith shop and barn

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Jimmy Carter National Historic Site
300 North Bond Street
Plains, Georgia 31780

Phone: 229-824-4104
Fax: 229-824-3441

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Phone: 229-824-4104
Fax: 229-824-3441

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