If this house could just tell it's secrets! Located in Spring Hill, TN two miles off US 31, Oaklawn has held the imagination of Civil War buffs and historians for many years. Considered one of the finest in the region, Absalom Thompson built this brick plantation home in 1835.
Aerial view of Belle Grove Plantation home, White Castle, La
Gloucester--Natchez, MS The mansion was built for David Williams in 1800. Later, the house was inherited by Maria McIntosh Williams, the wife of Winthrop Sargent (1753-1820), who served as the first Governor of the Mississippi Territory from 1798 to 1801. Sargent expanded the house and its gardens in 1808. It was then inherited by their son, George Washington Sargent, who was killed inside the house by Union forces in the Civil War.It has been listed on the National Register of Historic…
The Godchaux-Reserve House on the Great River Road in Reserve, Louisiana ~ Built in the late 1700's by Jean Baptiste Laubel. Francois Rillieux bought the house in 1822 & added the 18th century French millwork. In 1833 Antoine Boudousquie bought the property, calling it the Reserve Plantation; it became one of the best-producing sugar plantations in the river area. (cont'd 1st reply) #South #Southern