|Joe, our tour guide at Cheshire Hall.|
|Entrance to Cheshire Hall Cotton Plantation.|
tionary War, many of those who owned land in the southern states were originally Loyalists or those faithful to England during the Revolution. Then, in 1778, when the British armies pulled out of the south, many of the Loyalist abandoned their land and fled, along with their slaves, to British-held Florida.
|This is a replica of what the slave cabin would look like.|
|Joe is showing us how they would grind the|
corn for use as meal or perhaps flour, if
ground fine enough.
|A well was dug closely to supply the plantation with water.|
|This cannon was used to protect the island from invaders. It was moved to this spot, from the waterfront, just for display.|
|This was a storage building for the plantation. On the interior walls can be seen openings where wooden shelves had been placed to hold supplies.|