Thursday, April 4, 2013
A Southern Plantation - Middleton Place
Settled in the early 18th century the main house was not built until 1755. It was destroyed by Union troops in 1865. What was left was the gentlemen's guest wing. It was restored after the war; made possible be relatives living in Philadelphia as the Middleton's had no money.
The gardens and walkways in April take my breath away!
This post was do e from my iPhone. Technology is amazing. No matter how beautiful the past, I'll take modern times.
I'm also glad to see all the education given regarding the slaves and how living here was for them
I will be back tomorrow hosting the Imaginary garden of Real Toad's challenge "Artistic Adventures".