Old Frenchman Place Garden in The Hamlet (Location)

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Display Label: 
Ruined Garden
Type: 
Event
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1888
Y: 
1489
Description: 

The original "rose-garden" of the Frenchman's plantation, supposedly the site of buried treasure, is a mass of "man-tall briers and weeds and persimmon shoots" (375, 374). It lies on "a vague slope" that rises to the "shaggy crest" on which the ruins of the mansion house stand (375).

Role: 
Site of Event
Status: 
Continuous

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