Dixie Hall | Constructed in 1735 on the Oakland Plantation by William Sanders. In 1816, it was either replaced or remodeled into it's present appearance by William Sanders, IV. On April 18, 1865 it was a Confederate headquarters and the very next day served as Union headquarters. It was renamed "Dixie Hall" in the 1950s and remained in the Sanders family until 1981. It is located on SC 261 between Boykin and Horatio, SC. Marker: www.flickr.com/photos/...
[This beautiful mansion in Marengo county has a long history that includes visitors and residents who were vital to the beginning days of Alabama. I’m glad Marengo County historical society restored it.] Bluff Hall also known as Lyon-Smith House Bluff ... Read More
The Henry House is a historic antebellum house in Marion, Perry County, Alabama. Historians believe that the house was built during the 1840s for Squire Lowry, a wealthy planter originally from North Carolina. The two-story, L-shaped house is wood framed with a brick masonry foundation & columns. A monumentally scaled hexastyle portico spans the three-bay front facade. Another two-story, L-shaped portico spans the exposed half of the rear facade & one side of the two-story rear wing.
Mount Airy Plantation, St John the Baptist Parrish, Louisiana. Photo taken in 1938. The lovely old civil war era mansion was demolished in 1954 to make room for the very unlovely Kaiser Aluminum plant.