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Worlds Apart. Ellen ten Damme. The flames spread throughout the city destroying more than homes and businesses between Broughton and Bay streets. Along with the fire, Yellow Fever was rampant that year, taking the lives of hundreds of Savannah citizens.
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Just three years after the house was built, it was lost by Richard in the dwindling Savannah economy. The next eight years the Owens-Thomas house became a boarding house. During this time it would play the host to one of its most famous guest, the Marquis de Lafayette.
The Marquis de Lafayette was a French General who played a huge role in the American Revolution and became a hero to the American people. During his visit to Savannah in he made a famous speech from the balcony on the south side of the Owens-Thomas house. George Weishman Owens, the Mayor of Savannah, purchased the house in It would remain in the family for the next years until when Margaret Thomas, the granddaughter of George Owens, bestowed the home to the Telfair Museum of the Arts and it has sat as a house-museum since that time.
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