Savannah, GA : Georgia
Chatham Square was one of the last squares erected in Savannah in 1847 and named for William Pitt, the Earl of Chatham.
Although Pitt never visited Savannah, he was an early supporter of the Georgia colony and both Chatham Square and Chatham County are named in his honor. The square is located on Barnard, between Taylor and Gordon Streets. Chatham Square is sometimes known locally as Barnard Square, in reference to a city school that stood adjacent for many years.
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