These cabins are the property of the Cassina Garden Club. Martha was nice enough to give us a tour on a day when tours were not scheduled. There are two slave cabins existing today. One is in the process of being restored to the way it looked during the plantation era; the other will be restored to how it looked during the lumber mill era. There are a number of artifacts on display that were uncovered during the restoration. We watched about a 10-15 minute film detailing the history of the plantation and mill, and then Martha talked with us for an addition 30 or so minutes before we toured the slave cabin being restored. The slave cabins are worth a visit. The Garden Club is doing good work and cares deeply about preserving the historic cabins.
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