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Nottaway Plantation by cclaude

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The majestic Nottoway, an architectural jewel, was completed in 1859 and is the largest antebellum mansion in the Southern U.S.

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This 53,000-square foot plantation home, constructed by John Hampden Randolph in 1858, is a fine example of an antebellum home. Randolph, whose father had come from Virginia in 1820, purchased the area in 1841. In 1860 Nottoway Plantation encompassed 6,200 acres and Randolph, the builder and owner of the property during that time, owned 155 African-Americans that worked his sugarcane plantation as slaves. When Randolph was ready to build his house, he went to New Orleans and asked various architects to submit designs, and chose Henry Howard’s. Nottoway survived the Civil War, however damage occurred when a Union gunboat on the Mississippi River attempted to destroy the magnificent house until the gunboat officer realized he had once been a guest there and decided to spare Nottoway The Randolphs held onto the house through the Civil War and Reconstruction until 1889, when Mrs. Randolph sold the mansion following her husband’s death.

Amateur photographer and publisher of websites on my hometown , Normandy and of a photoblog on the Normandy Coast .

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  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 2 years ago

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    Judith Hayesabout 2 years ago


  • ctheworld
    ctheworldover 1 year ago

  • ’Tis wonderful and exciting to get 2 features in the same week in the same group. Many thanks.

    – cclaude

  • fauselr
    fauselrover 1 year ago


  • Thanks again.

    – cclaude

  • ctheworld
    ctheworldover 1 year ago

  • It;s wonderful and exciting to get 2 features in the same week in the same group. Many thanks.

    – cclaude

  • ctheworld
    ctheworldover 1 year ago

    You are most welcomed. Love your work!

  • Forget-me-not
    Forget-me-notover 1 year ago

    I loved this place! Looks great b&w

  • Glad you like it. It’s certainly one of the grandest houses on the River Road. We had spent a night at Makewood once.

    – cclaude

  • Keala
    Kealaabout 1 month ago

    This is excellent work! :)

  • Thanks!

    – cclaude

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