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Historic Sites

Afton Villa Gardens
St. Francisville, Louisiana

The 140 acres of rolling countryside which house the gardens include a mile and a half

Archibald Smith Plantation Home
Roswell, Georgia

For over 150 years, the Smith’s Plantation Home has stood the test of time as The Civil

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
Little Rock, Arkansas

The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program is devoted to getting the citizens of Arkans

Beauvoir: The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library
Biloxi, Mississippi

The house was built by James Brown, a wealthy plantation owner from Madison County, Mis

Belle Grove Plantation
Middletown, Virginia

Belle Grove was home to the sister, Nelly Conway Madison, of President James Madison.

Belle Meade Plantation
Nashville, Tennessee

The centerpiece of the property is the Belle Meade mansion built in 1853.

Belmont Mansion
Nashville, Tennessee

The moving spirit of Belmont Mansion was Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham.

Berkeley Plantation
Charles City, Virginia

One of Virginia's most historic plantations and the site of the first official Thanksgi

Billingsley House Museum
Upper Marlboro, Maryland

Although Major John Billingsley never lived on the property he acquired from Lord Balti

Booker T. Washington National Monument
Hardy, Virginia

Author and orator Booker T.

Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
Flagler Beach, Florida

Visitors can tour the sugar mill ruins and learn about the plantation's history at the

Cane River Creole National Historical Park
Natchitoches, Louisiana

In 18th century Louisiana, Creole referred to locally born Spaniards, French and enslav

Carnton Plantation And Battlefield
Franklin, Tennessee

Carnton was built in 1826 by

Castlewood Plantation House
Chesterfield, Virginia

One of the finest Palladian style period houses in Chesterfield County, Castlewood has

Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Sullivan's Island, South Carolina

Snee Farm, Pinckney’s coastal plantation, offers an opportunity to learn about the cult

Chelsea Plantation
West Point, Virginia

Furnished with period antiques and a large collection of paintings, this 1709 brick hou

Chippokes Plantation
Surry, Virginia

Chippokes Plantation State Park is one of the oldest working farms in the United States

Clarke County Historical Museum
Grove Hill, Alabama

Housed in the historic Alston-Cobb house, the Clar

Davies Manor Plantation
Memphis, Tennessee

Davies Manor Plantation is a remarkably preserved historic site within an urban area.

Destrehan Plantation
Destrehan, Louisiana

Erected in 1787 by Charles Paquet, Destrehan Plantation was purchased by indigo planter

Dudley Farm Historic State Park
Newberry, Florida

The plantation complex consists of eighteen buildings, including the house in which the

Dunlawton Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens
Port Orange, Florida

Interpretive signs recount the history of this famous 16th century sugar mill and of th

Evergreen Plantation
Edgard, Louisiana

Evergreen Plantation is the most intact plantation complex in the South with 37 buildin

Fort Dallas And The William Wagner House
Miami, Florida

Located in Miami's Lummus Park, Fort Dallas and the William Wagner House offer unique i

Gamble Plantation Historic State Park
Ellenton, Florida

The Gamble Plantation's history stretches from Major Robert Gamble, who presided over a

Goodwood Museum And Gardens
Tallahassee, Florida

This estate began in the 1830's as a cotton and corn plantation that ultimately encompa

Governor Ross Mansion And Plantation
Seaford, Delaware

This home belonged to William Henry Harrison Ross, who was the Governor of Delaware fro

Gunston Hall Plantation
Mason Neck, Virginia

George Mason was instrumental in the framing of the United States government, but he sh

Hacienda Buena Vista
Ponce, Puerto Rico

Hacienda Buena Vista, considered one of Puerto Rico's best remaining examples of a coff

Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens
Columbia, South Carolina

One of Columbia's oldest remaining historic houses, the Hampton-Preston Mansion was hom

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