180+ years later, this historic chapel in South Carolina is no longer in use, and today, still looks much like it did when it was first built
This Mississippi house was once the home of the overseer on a large cotton plantation. Over the years, many rumors and legends have come to define this place. But the true story here is an important one.
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.
This Virginia home was added to over time, creating a one-of-a-kind house that is currently for sale.
Built in 1873, this Methodist Church served the town of Ridgeway for 100 years before finally closing its doors for good in 1980.
A Masonic Lodge was founded here in 1852 and still meets to this day.
Built in 1887, this Florida house was designed by ship builders who built the steamboats for the Ocklawaha River nearby.
This antebellum Alabama church was built in the 1830s but was abandoned long ago. Today, a new spirit inhabits it’s walls.
The Morgan-Townsend House was built in the 1890s and moved by logs to a site overlooking a picturesque Florida spring
This brick plantation home sits at an important crossroads that has hosted many visitors, including Jefferson Davis.