NameCountyPhotosSurvey FormDrawingsDate
ArcolaLoudounEast Duplex Form
West Duplex Form
East: 1844/1845 (dendro)

West: 1813 (dendro)
Bacon's CastleSurryPhotos FormPhase I: 1828/1829 Phase II: 1847/1848 (dendro)
Ben LomondPrince William Form1833/1834 (dendro)
Berry PlainKing GeorgePhotosForm
Clermont FarmClarkePhotosForm
Clover Hill FarmCity of ManassasForm
Four SquareIsle of WightPhotosFormPhase I: 1788/1789 Phase II: 1829/1830
Green Level FarmKing WilliamPhotos Form
Hartland QuarterFauquierForm
Howard's NeckGoochlandSlave Quarter B Form
Slave Quarter C Form
Ivy CliffBedfordPhotosForm
Logan FarmIsle of WightFormPhase I: 1785/1786
Phase II: 1837/1838 (dendro)
Mineral SpringsBrunswickBuilding 1 Form
Building 2 Form
Philips HouseStaffordPhotosForm
Presquisle Slave QuarterCulpeperPhotosDuplex 1 Form
Duplex 2 Form
Pruden FarmIsle of WightPhotosForm
Sanford-Burgess Log BuildingStaffordPhotosForm
Santee Slave QuarterCarolinePhotosForm
Sherwood ForestStaffordDuplex Photos
Kitchen Quarter Photos
Duplex Form
Kitchen Quarter Form
1845/1846 (dendro)
Spring HillCulpeperPhotos 1
Photos 2
Farm 1 – Frame Duplex Building (northern building of 2) Form
Farm 2 – Frame Duplex Building (southern); Tenant House Form
1858/1859 (dendro)
Tetley PlantationOrangePhotos 1
Photos 2
Building 1 FormBuilding 2 Form
Tuckahoe Plantation GoochlandTuckahoe A Photos
Tuckahoe B Photos
Tuckahoe D Photos
Quarter A Form
Quarter B Form
Duplex D Form
Walnut Valley PlantationSurryPhotosForm1815/1816 (dendro)
Weston Log DuplexFauquierForm


Judith C. Barnett

February 14, 2016 at 10:44 pm

Just saw the article in The Roanoke Times today about your students surveying and documenting home of Oak Hill’s slaves.

I am writing regarding Colonel William Preston’s Greenfield Plantation in Botetourt County where two surviving structures — a slave cabin and a kitchen/dwelling — are being moved from their original sites in order to build a shell building.

In the article it says that you want to explore and document less surveyed areas across Virginia. Would this location qualify for you?

Thank you.
Judith C. Barnett

BJ Bunch

February 16, 2016 at 4:30 am

There is a standing slave quarters at Old Deery Inn, Blountville, TN.

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