Built in 1852, this was originally used as a college dorm then a private home. See what it looked like over the years…
A portion of this South Carolina home is believed to have been built in 1786 and added on to over time. It was also a busy stop for travelers along the Stagecoach Road. Back then, it sat at the center of a 1,200-acre rice plantation where hundreds were enslaved.
No craftsman of their day left a more indelible mark on North Carolina than Thomas Day, whose personal story is as fascinating as his skill as a woodworker.
The ruins of Elm Bluff hold the story of Alabama’s earliest settlers and the people who came to be enslaved here.
This historic home and tavern in North Carolina dates to 1804 and undoubtedly holds some fascinating tales. And although its been empty for years, it might have another chance if a willing preservationist steps up!
Ms. Bess was famous for her pies and her caring nature.
[Putnam County, FL]
The historic inn & plantation sits along the Natchez Trace and has been a refuge for travelers since 1780.
[Adams County, MS]
This old railroad town is much quieter today than it once was
[Clarke County, AL]
Built in the 1890’s, this hotel was built to serve passengers of the Florida Coastal Line.
[Marion County, FL]
Built in the 1880’s, this hotel once served hunting parties that traveled to the interior of Florida
[Alchua County, FL]