Nottoway Plantation

Historic plantation in Louisiana, United States

Nottoway Plantation is a plantation house in a town called White Castle in the state of Louisiana. In 1980 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. John Hampden Randolph bought the area and then built the house in 1859. He owned 155 African-Americans as slaves. They worked in the sugarcane fields. After Mr. Randolph’s death Mrs. Randolph sold the plantation in 1889 for $50,000.[1] Nottoway There are 165 doors and 200 windows. This makes 365 openings. Plantation has a museum.

Plantation Big House, Nottoway

References Edit

  1. "The History of Nottoway Plantation – the Largest Antebellum Mansion in the South". Archived from the original on 2013-12-21. Retrieved 2013-12-28.