A Georgia couple scraps new construction plans in favor of restoring a sinking marshfront cottage once owned by auto magnate
Henry Ford.|Writer: Susan Stiles Dowell
The tiny farm manager's cottage, one of only four original structures from Henry Ford's 1930s plantation, sat in a low, wet
area and was used for storage before the Morgans saved it.
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