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    • Ellerslie

    • Historic buildings; Architecture, Domestic; Greek revival (Architecture); Staircases; Woodwork; Columns, Doric; Wooden doors
    • View of winding staircase.
    • Uncle Sam Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Uncle Sam Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • View of additional buildings. Pierre Auguste Samuel Fagot built Uncle Sam Plantation during the 1840s. The plantation was known as Constancia Plantation prior to 1864. Plantation demolished in 1940.
    • Belle Alliance Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Belle Alliance Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • View including exterior stairs. Located on the bank of Bayou Lafourche. Built in 1846 by Charles Kock, a Belgian aristocrat. It combines Greek revival with French Quarter features.
    • Belle Alliance Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Belle Alliance Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • View including exterior stairs. Located on the bank of Bayou Lafourche. Built in 1846 by Charles Kock, a Belgian aristocrat. It combines Greek revival with French Quarter features.
    • 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);
    • Two story Greek revival with Ionic columns. Henry W. Marston House.
    • Silliman College

    • Historic buildings;Architecture;Silliman Collegiate Institute, Clinton, La.;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Two connecting buildings in Greek revival architecture.
    • Silliman College

    • Historic buildings;Architecture;Silliman Collegiate Institute, Clinton, La.;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Two buildings in Greek revival architecture.
    • Silliman College

    • Historic buildings;Architecture;Silliman Collegiate Institute, Clinton, La.;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Two buildings in Greek revival architecture side by side.
    • Ellerslie

    • Historic buildings; Architecture, Domestic; Greek revival (Architecture);
    • The front of the home as seen from the right west corner and surrounded by moss laden trees. Ellerslie is located north of Bains, Louisiana. Designed by James Hammond Coulter in the Greek Revival style, it was constructed during the four year...
    • Houmas House

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Houmas Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Staircases;
    • Staircase. Houmas Plantation, in the vicinity of Burnside Louisiana, was a tract of land along the Mississippi River purchased from the Houmas Indians in colonial times by Maurice Conway and Alexandre Latil. Latil built the rear house in the late...
    • Houmas House

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Houmas Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Outdoor furniture;
    • Settee and three chairs on gallery. Houmas Plantation, in the vicinity of Burnside Louisiana, was a tract of land along the Mississippi River purchased from the Houmas Indians in colonial times by Maurice Conway and Alexandre Latil. Latil built...
    • Belle Alliance Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Belle Alliance Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Rear view including gallery. Located on the bank of Bayou Lafourche. Built in 1846 by Charles Kock, a Belgian aristocrat. It combines Greek revival with French Quarter features.
    • Belle Alliance Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Belle Alliance Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Rear view including gallery. Located on the bank of Bayou Lafourche. Built in 1846 by Charles Kock, a Belgian aristocrat. It combines Greek revival with French Quarter features.

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