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    • Hermitage Plantation

    • Historic buildings; Architecture, Domestic; Plantations--Louisiana--Hermitage Plantation; Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Greek revival mansion was built in 1812 by Marius Pons Bringier as a wedding gift for his son Michel and named for his hero Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville. Hermitage was owned by the widow of Michel Bringier until her death in 1878 then...
    • Silliman College

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

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

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hermitage Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • A brick carriage house. Greek revival mansion was built in 1812 by Marius Pons Bringier as a wedding gift for his son Michel and named for his hero Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville. Hermitage was owned by the widow of Michel Bringier until her...
    • Hermitage Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hermitage Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • A brick carriage house. Greek revival mansion was built in 1812 by Marius Pons Bringier as a wedding gift for his son Michel and named for his hero Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville. Hermitage was owned by the widow of Michel Bringier until her...
    • Hermitage Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hermitage Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • A brick carriage house. Greek revival mansion was built in 1812 by Marius Pons Bringier as a wedding gift for his son Michel and named for his hero Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville. Hermitage was owned by the widow of Michel Bringier until her...
    • Hermitage Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Hermitage Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • A brick carriage house. Greek revival mansion was built in 1812 by Marius Pons Bringier as a wedding gift for his son Michel and named for his hero Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville. Hermitage was owned by the widow of Michel Bringier until her...
    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Asphodel Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Antebellum Greek revival architecture built c.1820 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick. View includes Doric columns, dormer windows, gable roof and brick chimney.
    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Asphodel Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Antebellum Greek revival architecture built c.1820 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick. View includes Doric columns, dormer windows, gable roof and brick chimney.
    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Asphodel Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Antebellum Greek revival architecture built c.1820 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick. View includes Doric columns, dormer windows, gable roof and brick chimney.
    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Asphodel Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Antebellum Greek revival architecture built c.1822 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick.
    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Asphodel Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Antebellum Greek revival architecture built c.1820 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick. View includes Doric columns, dormer windows, gable roof and brick chimney.
    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Asphodel Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Doric;
    • Antebellum Greek revival architecture built c.1822 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick.
    • Madewood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Madewood Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);
    • Exterior view, including complementing Greek revival wings on either side. Designed by Irish-American architect Henry Howard, the 21-room mansion was built in 1846 by Col. Thomas Pugh, a sugar cane planter. Its name is derived from the fact that it...
    • Madewood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Madewood Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Ionic;
    • Exterior view, including complementing Greek revival wings on either side and fluted Ionic columns. Designed by Irish-American architect Henry Howard, the 21-room mansion was built in 1846 by Col. Thomas Pugh, a sugar cane planter. Its name is...
    • Uncle Sam Plantation in St. James Parish in the 1940s.

    • United States. Works Progress Administration of Louisiana; Plantations--Louisiana; Greek revival (Architecture); Pigeonniers; Columns; Pediments; Historic buildings
    • B/W photo, 1940s. Uncle Sam Plantation, built in the 1840s. Greek revival architectural style. Built by Pierre Augusta Samuel Fagot in St. James Parish. Called Constancia Plantation prior to 1864. Demolished in the 1940s to make way for the levee...
    • Madewood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Madewood Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Columns, Ionic;
    • Exterior view, including complementing Greek revival wings on either side. Designed by Irish-American architect Henry Howard, the 21-room mansion was built in 1846 by Col. Thomas Pugh, a sugar cane planter. Its name is derived from the fact that it...

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