Thomas "Tommy" Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) lived in this Presbyterian
Manse from 1860-1870. Tommy spent the formative years of his childhood in
Augusta, years that would affect him for the rest of his life. While
living in Augusta Wilson experienced the hardships of the Civil War and
Reconstruction. He also began his education, tasted leadership as
president of the Lightfoot Baseball Club, and grounded his deep
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Supreme Court Justice Joseph Lamar Boyhood Home -
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The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson is owned and operated
by Historic Augusta, Inc.
Historic Augusta preserves and maintains the Boyhood Home of
President Woodrow Wilson in order to inform and educate the public as
to how Woodrow Wilson's childhood in Augusta, Georgia affected him as
he later served as President of the United States.