Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site Maps

Beech Island, SC

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Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site Description

Redcliffe Plantation, completed in 1859, was once the home of James Henry Hammond, three generations of his descendants, and numerous African-American families like the Henleys, Goodwins, and Wigfalls who worked at the site as enslaved laborers and later as free men and women. Now one of the many historic plantations South Carolina has opened to the public, this site encompasses the ambition, wealth and power of James Henry Hammond as well as the injustices and suffering forced on the hundreds of enslaved peoples who were forced to live and work on the land. A successful cotton planter, congre

: 33.418, -81.868
: 350 acres (1.42 km²)
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: Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site

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