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History of WaterWays

Stretching back more than 5,000 years to the first great Native American civilization in North America, the WaterWays land is practically a walkable history lesson. In fact, many excavations have been conducted over the years, in which archaeologists have unearthed Native American arrowheads, pottery, tools and even smoking pipes. In the 1500’s, the Spanish arrived on a mission to convert the Creeks and build The Mission of San Diego de Satuache, located along the edge of the Ogeechee River.

What’s more, automobile icon Henry Ford purchased this property in the 1920’s, including a homestead called Cottenham Plantation, and some structural elements are still evident in the community today. To live surrounded by such history is rare in today’s world. At WaterWays, we choose to celebrate and preserve this connection to the past. It’s an opportunity that is seldom replicated.


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