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    • Woodlawn Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Woodlawn Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Exterior view including Ionic columns. Burned in 1962.
    • Woodlawn Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Woodlawn Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Exterior view including Ionic columns. Burned in 1962.
    • Welham Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Welham Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Exterior side view, including columns, gallery and picket fence in foreground.
    • Waverly Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Waverly Plantation;
    • Stately oaks line the walk to the antebellum Georgian-style plantation, built in 1821 by Dr. Henry Bains. In 1972, on Thanksgiving night, it burned to the ground.
    • 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).
    • Voisin Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana;
    • The Voisin family builds the Voisin Plantation ca. 1785. The house is a typical Louisiana colonial plan with three rooms, one room deep on each floor and the only stairs rising under the front gallery. There are plastered brick walls on the lower...

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