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    • Borough House

    • Historic buildings; Architecture, Domestic; Plantations
    • The Borough House is located in Statesburg, South Carolina. This home was built for Dr. William Wallace Anderson in 1821.
    • Hickory Hill Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hickory Hill Plantation;
    • Built c. 1804 from hickory, ash, hard pine and butternut from the surrounding woodlands near Wilson, Louisiana. Four white plastered brick Doric columns rise to a fanlight pediment.
    • Hickory Hill Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hickory Hill Plantation;
    • Built c. 1804 from hickory, ash, hard pine and butternut from the surrounding woodlands near Wilson, Louisiana. Four white plastered brick Doric columns rise to a fanlight pediment.
    • Hickory Hill Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hickory Hill Plantation;
    • Built c. 1804 from hickory, ash, hard pine and butternut from the surrounding woodlands near Wilson, Louisiana. Four white plastered brick Doric columns rise to a fanlight pediment.
    • Wakefield Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Wakefield Plantation;
    • Corner portion of gallery, shutters, brick chimney, and sugar kettle on ground. Wakefield Plantation owned by Lewis Stirling (1786-1858).
    • Wakefield Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Wakefield Plantation;
    • Gallery, shutters, brick chimney, dormer, and sugar kettle on ground. Wakefield Plantation owned by Lewis Stirling (1786-1858).
    • Wakefield Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Wakefield Plantation;Woodwork;
    • Interior featuring woodwork of paneling, moldings and china cabinet. Wakefield Plantation owned by Lewis Stirling (1786-1858).
    • Greenwood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Greenwood Plantation;Columns, Doric;Entablatures;
    • Detail of columns, cornice, frieze and architrave. c.1830. Owned by Charles Lewis Mathews (1824-1864) and wife Penelope Stewart (d. 1897) of Woodville, Mississippi.
    • Marston House

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic--Louisiana--Marston House;Columns, Ionic;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Two story Greek revival with Ionic columns. Henry W. Marston House.
    • Marston House

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic--Louisiana--Marston House;Columns, Ionic;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • A view of first floor gallery and Ionic columns. Henry W. Marston House.
    • Marston House

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic--Louisiana--Marston House;Columns, Ionic;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Two story Greek revival with Ionic columns. Henry W. Marston House.
    • New Hope Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture -- Details;Bell towers;Bells;Plantations--Louisiana--New Hope Plantation;
    • Brick bell tower enclosed by a wooden fence, includes bell. Plantation c. 1840 on the west bank of the Mississippi River near Donaldsonville. Alexander Franklin Pugh (1819-1883) part owner and manager.
    • New Hope Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture -- Details;Plantations--Louisiana--New Hope Plantation;
    • Exterior view of additional brick structures. Plantation c. 1840 on the west bank of the Mississippi River near Donaldsonville. Alexander Franklin Pugh (1819-1883)was part owner and manager.

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