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Completed in the mid-1700s, Drayton Hall is the only plantation house along South Carolina’s Ashley River to survive both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, and is the oldest remaining example of Georgian Palladian style in the United States. The grounds also hold one of the oldest African-American cemeteries in the country, as slave labor contributed to the construction and early maintenance of the house. Although seven generations of Draytons occupied the home, they made few major renovations to the property, so it today hews very close to the original dwelling.
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