In 1864, General Sherman marched through Georgia to the sea, burning everything Confederate in his Union path. Madison was the town that got away. Sherman left that match unlit, as Madison was the home of pro-Union Georgia Senator Joshua Hill. Because of this fortitude, the town boasts more examples of Antebellum architecture than any other city or town in Georgia. This surplus of neoclassical and Greek revival plantation homes and buildings ensures that unlike Scarlet, you will surely give a damn.