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    • Belle Grove Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Belle Grove Plantation;Columns, Corinthian;Decoration and ornament, Architectural, in interior decoration;Staircases;Windows;
    • Detail of fluted Corinthian column, staircase and stained glass window.
    • Live Oak Plantation

    • Historic buildings; Architecture, Domestic; Staircases; Woodwork;
    • Detail of staircase in Mrs. May house. This mansion is Live Oaks Plantation on Bayou Grosse Tete, Louisiana. It was built ca. 1838 for Charles H. Dickinson from Tennessee.
    • Ellerslie

    • Historic buildings; Architecture, Domestic; Greek revival (Architecture); Staircases; Woodwork; Columns, Doric; Wooden doors
    • Detail of staircase in rear hall of Ellerslie. The treads and risers are pine with a a faux bois treatment. The balusters and handrail are mahogany. Designed by James Hammond Coulter in the Greek Revival style, it was constructed during the four...
    • Ormond Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Ormond Plantation;Staircases;
    • Exterior staircase of Louisiana Colonial style built by Pierre d'Trepagnier ca. 1790. Constructed using bricks between cypress studs on the front and rear walls and a type of adobe filling on the sidewalls. Round cemented brick columns gallery,...
    • Evergreen Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Evergreen Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Staircases;
    • Exterior view including circular staircase. Located in the vicinity of Edgard, Louisiana. There are thirty-nine buildings on the plantation, including the main house and the double row of twenty-two slave cabins. All but eight of the buildings are...
    • Evergreen Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Evergreen Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Staircases;
    • Exterior view including circular staircases. Located in the vicinity of Edgard, Louisiana. There are thirty-nine buildings on the plantation, including the main house and the double row of twenty-two slave cabins. All but eight of the buildings are...
    • Evergreen Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Evergreen Plantation;Greek revival (Architecture);Staircases;
    • Exterior view including staircase. Located in the vicinity of Edgard, Louisiana. There are thirty-nine buildings on the plantation, including the main house and the double row of twenty-two slave cabins. All but eight of the buildings are...
    • Evergreen Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Evergreen Plantation;Staircases;
    • Interior staircase. Located in the vicinity of Edgard, Louisiana. There are thirty-nine buildings on the plantation, including the main house and the double row of twenty-two slave cabins. All but eight of the buildings are antebellum.
    • Rosedown Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Rosedown Plantation;Staircases;
    • Seventy feet of mahogany used for the main staircase at Rosedown Plantation. The house was constructed by Wendell Wright as a version of the Carolina Tidewater form (known as an extended I-house) with a neoclassical columned facade and double front.
    • Ormond Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Ormond Plantation;Staircases;
    • Staircase in Louisiana Colonial style built by Pierre d'Trepagnier ca. 1790. Constructed using bricks between cypress studs on the front and rear walls and a type of adobe filling on the sidewalls. Round cemented brick columns gallery, with wood...
    • 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...

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