Monthly Archives: May 2015

General Anthony Wayne – Failed Rice Planter

General Anthony Wayne is best-known as a successful Revolutionary War officer from Pennsylvania. His successes in that war earned him the gift of two rice plantations from the Georgia legislature. Richmond and Kew plantation had been confiscated from Loyalists and … Continue reading

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The Slave Dwelling Project Comes to Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation

Joe McGill, the intrepid and inspired person behind the Slave Dwelling Project has been traveling from state-to-state for years now in order to stay in slave houses that remain standing. His next over-night will be at Hofwyl-Broadfield rice plantation near … Continue reading

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Archeology of Rice Culture in Cape Fear Region

A nice article appeared this week on archeological work being conducted by the Chicora Foundation at Kendal Plantation. They believe it is the first permanent English site in the Cape Fear area.

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