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Plantations of the Old South




Below is a photo gallery featuring manor houses and slave cabins from plantations of the Old South that are still standing:


PLANTATIONS OF THE OLD SOUTH



Bannerman Plantation, Florida




Cane River Plantation, Louisiana




Maden Hall Farm, Tennessee




Boone Hall Plantation, South Carolina




Boone Hall Plantation, South Carolina




Belle Meade Plantation, Tennessee




Greenwood Plantation, Louisiana




Mansfield Plantation, South Carolina




Rosedown Plantation, Louisiana




Belle Grove Plantation, Louisiana




Mcleod Plantation, South Carolina




Shirley Plantation, Virginia




Grassmere Plantation, Louisiana




Hutchinson Plantation, Georgia

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Sarah Ringering
Sep. 28th, 2011 02:41 pm (UTC)
Great pictures, but you're missing something
Boone Hall's main is a beautiful structure, but did you know the house pictured here was actually built between 1933 and 1935? Having worked in the Charleston Area, I know that's not a fact the guides draw much attention to on the tours.

Also, this blog is missing one of the oldest preserved plantation houses in America that's still open to the public! Drayton Hall, built in 1738 and also in Charleston, is an amazing place. I was there quite often when I lived in Charleston. Look into it. She's one of my favorites.
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