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Pleasant Hall is a historic home located at Virginia Beach, Virginia. It was built in 1769, & is a two-story, five bay, double pile Georgian style brick dwelling. It is topped by a shallow gable roof & has two wide interior-end chimney stacks with corbeled caps. Pleasant Hall was built as a private residence by George Logan. The City of Virginia Beach's Historic Preservation department reports that "The Victory Ball for the Battle of Great Bridge was held in this building in 1775."

Pleasant Hall is a historic home located at Virginia Beach, Virginia. It was built in 1769, & is a two-story, five bay, double pile Georgian style brick dwelling. It is topped by a shallow gable roof & has two wide interior-end chimney stacks with corbeled caps. Pleasant Hall was built as a private residence by George Logan. The City of Virginia Beach's Historic Preservation department reports that "The Victory Ball for the Battle of Great Bridge was held in this building in 1775."

Carter's Grove, also known as Carter's Grove Plantation, is a 750 acre (3 km²) plantation located on the north shore of the James River in the Grove Community of southeastern James City County in the Virginia Peninsula area of the Hampton Roads region of Virginia in the United States.

Carter's Grove Plantation is a 750 acre plantation located on the north shore of the James River in the Grove Community of southeastern James City County in the Virginia Peninsula area of the Hampton Roads region of Virginia.

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.

Oaklawn Plantation House: Located in Spring Hill, TN two miles off US 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

Thornhill Plantation ~ Forkland, Alabama ~ built in 1833 for James Innes Thornton. Thornton practiced law in Huntsville then served as Alabama's third secretary of state. County Road 19, Forkland, Greene County, AL

Thornhill Plantation ~ Forkland, Alabama ~ built in 1833 for James Innes Thornton. Thornton practiced law in Huntsville then served as Alabama's third secretary of state. County Road Forkland, Greene County, AL

Cedar Grove Mansion in Vicksburg, MS built 1840

Cedar Grove Mansion in Vicksburg, MS built 1840 by the Kleins who helped establish Vicksburg, he traded with the Emperor of China and owned the first Jewelry Store. He also built the Christ Episcipal Church among numerous others.

The Moore House, York Co., Virginia, is best known as the site where the Articles of Capitulation following the 1781 Battle of Yorktown were negotiated & drafted. The home was erected on  land originally granted to the Crown Gov.of Virginia, John Harvey in the 1630s. Lawrence Smith II later built the Moore House & the home stayed in the family until 1754 when his son, Robert, sold it to his brother-in-law Augustine Moore to avoid financial woes.

The Moore House, York Co., Virginia, is best known as the site where the Articles of Capitulation following the 1781 Battle of Yorktown were negotiated & drafted. The home was erected on land originally granted to the Crown Gov.of Virginia, John Harvey in the 1630s. Lawrence Smith II later built the Moore House & the home stayed in the family until 1754 when his son, Robert, sold it to his brother-in-law Augustine Moore to avoid financial woes.

Woodlawn, circa 1805. Alexandira, VA. This home was a gift from George Washington to his nephew Major Lawrence Lewis.

Woodlawn, the first site operated by the National Trust, was part of George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Operated as a historic house museum since Woodlawn is an interesting case-study of the cultural relevance of the house museum.

Carter's Grove Plantation on the James River near Williamsburg, Virginia was built for Carter Burwell, grandson of Robert "King" Carter, and was completed in 1755. It was probably named for both the prominent and wealthy Carter family and nearby Grove Creek.

Carter's Grove Plantation on the James River near Williamsburg, Virginia was built for Carter Burwell, grandson of Robert "King" Carter, and was completed in It was probably named for both the prominent and wealthy Carter family and nearby Grove Creek.

Ancestral Home- Carter's Grove Plantation, built for the grandson of Robert "King" Carter. Thank you Samuel Mencoff for taking on the stewardship of such an important historical landmark.

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