As our excellent guide, Rose told us, "It's not about the furnishings and antiques, it's about the people of the plantation and their history". Laura's diary provides much insight to the lives of the four generation of women who ran this planation and the slaves they owned. Rose really brings Laura's story alive and without giving anything away, what happened to her once she left the plantation. This is a unique planation tour. Don't miss it!
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